This question is more for Episcopalians and Lutherans. Do you observe All Saints Day? How about all Souls Day?
When I was Episcopalian All Saints was combined with All Souls on Nov. 1. It was basically when they read a list of the people who had died in the last year. Flowers were bought as a memorial, and the names printed in the bulletin. And that was about it. But the two days are separate on the calendar. They just seem to ignore that fact.
I have never been to a Lutheran church on Nov. 1. What do Lutherans do on those days? Is it overshadowed by Reformation Day?
And how about more Evangelical Protestants, those who lack a liturgical calendar. Do you observe any special days other than Christmas Easter and Pentecost? Do you believe that all are Saints and ignore All Saints Day?
And the mormons, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day SAINTS. What do you do?