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Hallowed Days

  Are you annoyed when someone says “Happy Holidays” instead of “Happy Thanksgiving” or “Merry Christmas”? Think of it this way:   Happy holidays. Happy holy days. Happy, hallowed days.  

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Hallowed When?

  Halloween, Hallowed Eve. Hallowed means “holy.” What’s holy this week?   “Hallowed be Thy name” Halloween? Hardly holy Holy cow! Can’t we just have fun? Per Merriam-Webster, holy means worthy of complete devotion as one perfect in goodness and … Continue reading

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