Thou art all-powerful, O God, and livest forever in light and joy. Look with pity and love, we beseech Thee, upon those men who have bravely fought and gallantly died for our country. By laying down their lives, they have showed supreme love for others. We implore Thee to accept their sacrifice and their belief … Read more
O Adorable Trinity, cast upon us Thy merciful glance. Look at these souls whom Thou has created, and who suffer far from Thee an unutterable grief. Look at Thy poor contrite servants, humbly supplicating Thee in their behalf. For the sake of the glorious Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ, and our Mother also, deign … Read more
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon them and may they rest in peace. Amen.
Based on Psalm 130, a cry to God for help from a soul in Purgatory. Out of the Depths Out of the depths I have cried unto Thee, O Lord – Lord hear my voice! Let Thine ears be attentive to the voice of my supplication. If Thou, O Lord, shalt mark our iniquities, O … Read more
A prayer calling on Jesus’ sorrowful mysteries to help the souls in Purgatory, especially the ones who are the most forsaken. My Jesus, by the sorrows Thou didst suffer in Thine agony in the Garden, in Thy scourging and crowning with thorns, on the way to Calvary, in Thy crucifixion and death, have mercy on … Read more
There are two types of revelation: general and private. <span style=”font-weight: bold;”><span style=”color: red;”>General revelations</span> are the teachings handed down to us from Jesus and the Apostles.</span> These revelations ended with the Apostles and they must be believed by all Christians. <span style=”font-weight: bold;”><span style=”color: red;”>Private revelations</span>, on the other hand, have been occurring since … Read more
Indulgences are just as misunderstood as the doctrine of Purgatory. This is a closely related doctrine and, like Purgatory, rejected by most of our Protestant brethren. Even Catholics today don’t believe in indulgences mainly due to ignorance in what it is and prefer to believe that it’s a relic of the past that was abolished … Read more
Purgatory is a much misunderstood doctrine among Catholics. It is commonly believed that this place is a second chance to be saved, or that one can sin all they want and still be saved through its expiatory fires. Purgatory exists as a result of God’s mercy. The requirements for entering Heaven are very high because … Read more