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Thursday, 02 November 2017 18:59

The Tradition Of All Saints And All Souls

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Every year, All Saints Day and All Souls Day are marked in Trinidad and Tobago with families visiting the graves of their dearly departed.

The graves are cleaned and prayers are said for them.

Marie-Therese Bernard spoke with Roman Catholic Priest Father Garfield Rochard about the feasts.

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