Advocate staff photo by ELIOT KAMENITZ--After the ghoulish costumes and the garnered candy of Halloween has been put to rest, the local area populace turn to the more solemn celebration of remembering their dead on All Saints Day in New Orleans, La. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. The Catholic tradition is carried by cleaning, sprucing up and placing flowers at the final resting place of family and friends. Masses are also conducted in some of the cemeteries. According to the website Catholic On Line, All Saints' Day, in the Roman Catholic Church officially the Solemnity of All Saints and also called All Hallows or Hallowmas, often shortened to All Saints, is a solemnity celebrated on 1 November by parts of Western Christianity, and on the first Sunday after Pentecost in Eastern Christianity, in honor of all the saints, known and unknown. It is celebrated by various other christian religions as well. Kathleen and Lonnie Gill walk with flowers to put on the grave of Kathleen's aunt Teresa Evans in Greenwood Cemetery.