Vigil of All Saints

The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies will host its annual Vigil of All Saints on All Hallow’s Eve, Thursday, October 31st.

Poster for the Vigil of All Saints

Held in the Main Chapel of the Dominican House of Studies, the Vigil begins at 7:30 p.m. and consists of readings from the saints, the Office of Compline (sung Night Prayer), a procession to the House Reliquary, and a chanted Litany of the Saints. Confessions will be available throughout the evening and a reception will follow.

For more information, see the television profile of the Vigil of All Saints produced by Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (PBS Maryland).

Attendees are advised to arrive early,
as seating is limited.

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