Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society


An update on the Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society ...


Just 24 hours ago we announced the new Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society (see previous post below). I would like to personally thank everyone who has wished us well on this new apostolate and offered prayers for its success.

In terms of the response, we have already received names to be enrolled by nearly 40 people, most of whom each sent numerous names of passed loved ones.

Possibly even more remarkable is that we also have already secured three holy priests to offer weekly Traditional Latin Masses for all the souls enrolled in the Society! I will make two of the priests' names known on Friday when the first listing of souls is posted (one of the priests must remain anonymous for now). The first TLM will take place this Friday, October 1, at 11 a.m. CST for those here who would like to unite themselves spiritually to the Mass. If there are other priests who would like to do the same, please email me. Also, for our readers, please remember these good priests in your prayers as well.

I would also like to thank The Remnant, New Advent and Vatican Watcher for sharing the news of our Purgatorial Society on their fine websites and I ask all of our sister blogs to please consider sharing the original link to our announcement below with your readers. We want everyone to know that, while sadly many Catholics neither pray for the dead nor even believe in Purgatory, there is a place they can turn, free of charge, to help bring eternal rest and perpetual light to their suffering loved ones.

Our Lady Queen of Purgatory, ora pro nobis!

And please remember to follow @RorateCaeli on Twitter.

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posted by Christopher J. Paulitz at 1:08 AM 0 comments

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2 comments:

Anita Moore said...

May I make a suggestion on a good priest to approach for offering the TLM for the Souls in Purgatory:

Rev. Andrew Szymakowski
504 Locust Ave.
Nyssa OR 97913

Father needs more requests for Mass intentions.

nazareth priest said...

Thank you, Anita.
Please help Fr. Andrew, any of you, if you can.
We must be devoted to the Holy Souls; they are truly the "poorest of the poor"...they cannot merit anything on their own; they need us to offer Masses, Rosaries, suffrages of all kinds.
Requiescant in pace! Fidelium omnium requiescant in pace! Amen.
(May they rest in peace. May all the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.)