PURGATORY AND FATIMA Sunday, May 13, 1917
I remembered then to ask about two girls who had died recently. They were friends of mine and they used to come to my home to learn weaving with my eldest sister.
Is Maria das Neves already in Heaven? Yes, she is. It seems to me that she was about sixteen years old.
And Amelia? She will be in Purgatory until the end of the world. It seems to me that she must have been between eighteen and twenty years old.
So, if a girl of 18 years of age, from a remote village at the turn of the 20th century, is sent to Purgatory until the end of the world, where do I stand before God when my turn comes to account for this life that I have lived surrounded by all of the world’s modern temptations and sins. What can I do for Amelia and others like her in Purgatory rendering an account for each and every idle word until the last farthing is paid. Can I also reduce, if not eliminate my own sentence if I am fortunate enough to escape the fire of hell? The answer is yes, by using the prayers in this booklet and making sacrifices for the Holy Souls in Purgatory.
Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. (Matt. 5:7).
Blessed is he, says the Holy Ghost, that understandeth concerning the needy and the poor: the Lord will deliver him in the evil day (your death and judgement). (Ps. 40)
This 64 page manual has 24 prayers for the Holy Souls, 5 prayers for the dying and 20 illustrations.
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