Solemn High Requiem Mass with absolutions at the catafalque

Solemn High Requiem Mass with absolutions at the catafalque

On Friday, the second of November, there will be a Solemn High Requiem Mass followed by absolution at the catafalque in St Therese of Lisieux church, Somerton Road, Belfast at 7.30pm. The music will be provided by the Schola Redemptoris.

Come and assist at Holy Mass and pray for the Holy Souls.

Fr. Mark Bozada: Purgatory Is God’s Merciful Gift to Us

My Dear People,
It has been the glorious tradition of the Catholic Church to pray for the dead, particularly our own family members. We know that we all sin. We lack perfect contrition for our sin. And so, when we die, everyone with the exception of Our Blessed Mother, carries the stain of sin into eternity. There are no shadows in Heaven, because we are immersed in the Light and Beauty of God. God the Father is merciful. We have the opportunity to have “burned”from our souls any remaining stain of sin. Purgatory is God’s merciful gift to us.
 
Poor souls found there cannot sin nor pray for themselves. That’s where we come into the picture. Our prayers, masses, rosaries, novenas, indulgences, and sacrifices are what “lift up”the poor souls in Purgatory. PLEASE, please remember to pray and sacrifice daily for the deceased members of your family. Your “prayer relief” is the greatest treasure they can receive in their state of being purified. We pray each month at the poor souls mass, for all of your prayer intentions. Please make praying for the dead a daily habit in your life. When you and I find ourselves in Purgatory, after our own death ,it is then that we will thank God for all the prayers we will receive on our behalf.

Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,

Fr. Mark Bozada
 
 
 
http://gratefulforpurgatory.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/fr-mark-bozada-purgatory-is-gods.html
 
 
 

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