Hallows and Muertos All Saints and All Souls Days About this Night Prior to the Life Night, instruct the teens to bring in a framed picture of a deceased loved one. During the Gather, the teens decorate skulls in a way that represents their deceased loved one. The Proclaim exposes occult practices that occur on Halloween and El Día de los Muertos and encourages the teens to embrace the traditions, celebrations, and prayers of All Saints and All Souls Day. The Break is a small group discussion on past and future celebrations of this season. The Send provides the teens with an opportunity to intercede for their deceased loved ones by writing their names in The Book of the Names of the Dead and placing their loved ones framed picture and skulls they decorated on the Altar de Muertos or Altar for the Dead. Goal of This Night The goal of this Life Night is to focus the celebration of Halloween and El Día de los Muertos on remembering, celebrating, and interceding for our deceased loved ones and the communion of saints. Catechism # 2116 # 2120 # 2853 Scripture 1 Corinthians 15:55 -57 Deuteronomy 18:10 -20 Hebrews 12:1 John 3:16 Key Concepts • All Saints and All Souls Days are Catholic celebrations in which we pray for and ask for the prayers of our beloved deceased so that all the faithful attain salvation in Christ Jesus. • Satan and demonic influences are real. It is beneficial to be aware of their disguises and reject them. • The enemy has been defeated by Jesus’ definitive victory over evil on the cross. Key Terms Canonization Communion of Saints Demon End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.