Dreams of Purgatory

Remember the dead. You could be their lifeline.

Veil of Veronica

Chapel of Purgatory

All who die in God’s grace, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven (ccc -1030).

I feel compelled today to tell you of a dream I had a few years back. The reason I feel compelled to tell it is because first, it was so clear to me that purgatory is a real process of purification and second, because the dream was about a Priest and I feel we are at a crossroads. Priests and lay people alike need to decide whose kingdom they are serving.

Of late we have seen many Priests who will not preach the full truth and some who defy it, and some who even defile it.

Priests, in particular, have a greater responsibility to preach the truth because they…

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  1. When me and my family converted to Catholicism, I started praying for my father who had died years before. It became a regular thing. One day, while I was taking a walk, I don’t even think he was on my mind, but I felt in my heart this assurance that he was in heaven. I still pray for others who have died, but whenever I try praying for him again, I feel like Mary tells me to stop and not worry about it because he’s already there.

    It’s such a blessing that we are still so near to those who have died.

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