El Día de los Muertos commerorates loved ones

by Linda Hubbard Gulker on November 1, 2009

After an evening of ghosts and ghouls, came a morning to remember family and friends who have died, particularly during the past year. The Day of the Dead (El Día de los Muertos), traditionally observed in Mexcio and Latin America but increasingly transplanted to the U.S., is observed in connection with the feast day of All Saints in large and small “c” catholic churches. Parishioners at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church brought photos of loved ones to adorn a seasonally-festive altar.

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