Halloween, aka All Hallows Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, is celebrated around the world every year in October. Ancient Celtics began the event as a pagan festival of Sanehain, or Summer’s End. They believed a door was opened this day between our world and the next, allowing spirits to crossover. Irish immigrants first introduced Halloween into the American culture in 1840. Pope Frances of the Catholic Church commented in 2014 that the pagan celebration was not Christian and an invitation to participate in occult activities such as ritual sacrifices, defilement of cemeteries, or the stealing of sacred bones. Let Christians who innocently dress up in spooky costumes and celebrate Halloween in our schools and churches across America not forget that All Saints’ Eve is a time for treats and not tricks.