Pagan Catholic Hollidays - (Holy-Days) - Man Created Part 1

The seventh day was the only day hallowed by God in the Bible

Trick or Treat?

The term Halloween, and its older spelling Hallowe'en, is shortened from
All-hallow-even, as it is the evening of/before "All Hallows' Day"[1] (also
known as "All Saints' Day"). The holiday was a day of religious festivities in various northern European Pagan traditions, until Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV moved the old Christian feast of All Saints Day from May 13 to November 1.
the ninth century, the Church measured the day as starting at sunset,in accordance with the Florentine calendar. Although we now consider All Saints (or Hallows) day to be on the day after Halloween, they were, at that time, considered to be the same day. In Ireland, the name was All Hallows' Eve (often shortened to Hallow Eve), and
though seldom used today, it is still a well-accepted label. The festival is
also known as Samhain or Oíche Shamhna to the Irish, Calan Gaeaf to the Welsh, Allantide to the Cornish and Hop-tu-Naa to the Manx. Halloween is also called Pooky Night in some parts of Ireland, presumably named after the púca, a mischievous spirit.
Many European cultural traditions hold that Halloween is one of the liminal times of the year when spirits can make contact with the physical world and when magic is most potent (e.g. Catalan mythology about witches, Irish tales of the Sídhe).