Chaplet for the Souls in Purgatory (1850)

NOTE; To be said on an ordinary Blessed Rosary, by repeating the De Profundis at the cross; the Pater at the large beads; and at the smaller, the following invocations: O good Jesus, have mercy on the souls in purgatory (or the soul, or souls of N.), and grant them eternal rest. When the Chaplet is … Continue reading Chaplet for the Souls in Purgatory (1850)

THREE GLANCES AT THE CEMETERY by Rev. John Evangelist Zollner, 1884

THREE GLANCES AT THE CEMETERYby Rev. John Evangelist Zollner, 1884"Only the grave remaineth for me"--Job, 17: 1. On this day, and during the Octave of All Souls, the faithful everywhere are accustomed to visit the graves. Many make even long journeys in order to adorn the graves of their parents, brothers and sisters, or other … Continue reading THREE GLANCES AT THE CEMETERY by Rev. John Evangelist Zollner, 1884

The Third Secret of Fatima was to be revealed in 1960: “because the blessed Virgin wishes it so.” (Sister Lucy)

Our Lady of Fatima said, "If My requests are heeded, many souls will be saved and there will be peace." Among Her requests was that the Third Secret of Fatima be revealed to the world no later than 1960. In the words of Brother Michael of the Holy Trinity (Little Brothers of the Sacred Heart), … Continue reading The Third Secret of Fatima was to be revealed in 1960: “because the blessed Virgin wishes it so.” (Sister Lucy)

Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

PRAYER AGAINST DEMONIC SPIRITS AND EVERY EVIL Heavenly Father, I love You, I praise You, and I worship You. I thank You for sending Your Son Jesus Who won victory over sin and death for my salvation. I thank You for sending Your Holy Spirit Who empowers me, guides me, and leads me into fullness … Continue reading Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

Tell about Purgatory: Short Stories from Saints

From the manuscript of Sister M. de L.C., written from 1874-1890 To get an idea of how Purgatory is arranged, we can get a good glimpse of it from a nun from France who had died on February 22, 1871 at the age of 36, and 2-1/2 years later (in November 1873) she began appearing … Continue reading Tell about Purgatory: Short Stories from Saints

The Greatest Salutation to Mary given to St. Mechtilde

St. Mechtilde's "Our Father" For The Holy Souls In Purgatory JESUS taught Saint Mechtilde this PRAYER to be said for the y Souls and she WITNESSED every time she said it that many SOULS were released in Purgatory. Our Father who art in heaven. I beg of Thee, loving Father, to pardon the souls in … Continue reading The Greatest Salutation to Mary given to St. Mechtilde

Fatima: The Ordeal And God’s Providence

It is 1917, and the three young visionaries of Fatima – brother and sister Francisco and Jacinta Marto, and their cousin, Lúcia dos Santos – have learned much over the preceding months. Part of God’s plan, the true identity of the Lady who appears over the holm oak, and the terrors of hell have been … Continue reading Fatima: The Ordeal And God’s Providence

The Pardon Crucifix; It’s A Power House, Discover Why!

Dear devotee of the Holy Souls, The Little Known Pardon Crucifix is a Power House for the Holy Souls in Purgatory The Pardon Crucifix with Pope St. Pius Approved Holy Souls Indulgences What is a Pardon Crucifix? It’s a thorn in Satan’s side, slammed in there by Pope St. Pius X. It is unclear why … Continue reading The Pardon Crucifix; It’s A Power House, Discover Why!

St. Christine the Admirable,Victim Soul for the Holy Souls In Purgatory

St. Christine the Admirable lived in Belgium at the close of the twelfth century, and her body is preserved today in St. Trond, in the church of the Redemptorist Fathers. The Life of this illustrious virgin was, written by Thomas de Cantimpre, a Religious of the Order of St. Dominic, an author worthy of credit … Continue reading St. Christine the Admirable,Victim Soul for the Holy Souls In Purgatory

This is the Sound of a Lost Soul

One January night seven years ago, I wasn’t able to sleep because I heard loud train whistles all night. I have never heard so many trains in my life. It was constant. And what was really odd is that it was winter, and all the windows were shut. But the trains were so LOUD! I … Continue reading This is the Sound of a Lost Soul

The Daily Practice of Adopting an Unknown Dying Soul

THE DAILY PRACTICE OF ADOPTING AN UNKNOWN DYING SOUL This daily practice, so simple, so helpful should appeal to every Catholic. One soul saved each day means 365 each year. What a rich harvest of souls to present unto God. St. James says: "He who causeth a sinner to be converted....shall save his own soul … Continue reading The Daily Practice of Adopting an Unknown Dying Soul

Instructions for All Souls’ Day by Leonard Goffine, 1871

What is All Souls' day? . It is the day set apart by the Catholic Church for the special devout commemoration of those of its members, who have departed this life in the grace and friendship of God, for whom we pray, that they may soon be released by God from the prison of purgatory. … Continue reading Instructions for All Souls’ Day by Leonard Goffine, 1871