Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday that mirrors the Christian celebrations of All Saints and All Souls on Nov. 1 and 2. I use the word “mirror” intentionally, because Día de los Muertos encourages us to look at the same thing (remembering those who have died) from a different angle. While our remembrances are typically serious and somber, the Mexican tradition is joyful and fun. Death is the ultimate monster. What can we learn from this celebration by our southern neighbors? Speaking of neighbors, the music that precedes this sermon was written and performed by one of our neighbors, Randall Kromm. You can hear more of Randall’s music on his website,https://www.randallkromm.com
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