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8 thoughts on “ Souling

  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia English festivals are the Christian and secular festivals that are traditionally celebrated in England. Most festivals are observed throughout England but some, such as Oak Apple Day, Souling, Rushbearing, Bawming the Thorn and Hocktide are local to certain regions.
  2. A medieval custom synonymous with the feast of All Souls was the visiting of houses within each community, where local people would recite verse, play music, sing, etc, in return for charity, and the custom was known as ‘souling’, ‘a’souling’ or ‘soul caking’.
  3. Souling “Music Souling” is a new Performance Art by Dust of Soul. Dust of Soul is an artists duo consisting of two musicians – Singer Dusty and Pianist MiKey. Dust of Soul believe in the power of music and the possibility to use it to affect people’s lives positively.
  4. SoulingName Meaning Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the dictionary can be traced back to Britain and Ireland.
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  7. The old English custom of "soul-caking," or "souling," originated in pre-Reformation days, when singers went about on All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day, November 1 and 2, to beg for cakes in.
  8. The medieval preacher, John Mirk mentions this tradition of “souling” as old in a sermon from around – “ wherefore in olden time good men and women would this day buy bread and deal [give] it for the souls that they loved, hoping with each loaf to get a soul out of purgatory” [2]. Another tradition was the ringing of bells on.

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