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When streets and neighborhoods are filled with ghosts, goblins or princesses this Halloween, hardly any of them – or their parents – would be familiar with the roots of the custom of trick or treat.
But although some churches may appear hesitant in endorsing the sort of wholesale supernatural spookiness and gruesomeness of the day, Thursday’s activities actually were born of religious celebrations.
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