Some articles on hallows:

All-Hallows-the-Less - Destruction
... All-Hallows-the-Less was not amongst those chosen instead the parish was united with that of All-Hallows-the-Great, and the site of the church retained as a burial ground ... All-Hallows-the-Great itself was demolished in 1894 and the united parishes were in turn joined with that of St Michael Paternoster Royal under the ... The last physical evidence of the existence of All-Hallows-the-Less, an old watch house, was destroyed during the Second World war ...
... All-Hallows-the-Less (also known as All-Hallows-upon-the-Cellar) was a church in the City of London ...
Samhein - Related Festivals - All Saints' Day
... The Roman Catholic holy day of All Saints (or All Hallows) was introduced in the year 609, but was originally celebrated on 13 May ... Over time, the night of October 31 came to be called All Hallows' Eve (or All Hallows' Even) ... Samhain influenced All Hallows' Eve and vice-versa, and the two eventually morphed into the secular holiday known as Halloween ...
All Hallows Episcopal Church
... The construction of All Hallows Episcopal Church, also known as All Hollows, Snow Hill, located at 109 West Market Street in Snow Hill, Maryland was ... All Hallows Parish is one of the original 30 Anglican parishes in the Province of Maryland ... All Hallows Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 ...
All Hallows Lombard Street - Medieval Church
... All Hallows was first mentioned in 1054, when a citizen of London called Brihtmerus gave its patronage to the prior and chapter of Canterbury Cathedral ... John Stow calls it "All Hallows Grasse Church" because "the grass market went down that way, when that street was far broader than now it is" ... monastery of St John of Jerusalem, near Smithfield was reconstructed at All Hallows ...

Famous quotes containing the word hallows:

    You say it is the good cause that hallows even war? I say unto you: it is the good war that hallows any cause.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Wealth often takes away chances from men as well as poverty. There is none to tell the rich to go on striving, for a rich man makes the law that hallows and hollows his own life.
    Sean O’Casey (1884–1964)