Sixth Day

Meditation/Reflection – Our prayers for the salvation and release of those in purgatory, now brings them even more pain. They now struggle greatly with guilt. Guilt born of their ingratitude for the love and passion bestowed upon them, by Jesus Christ during their life. Guilt, that his love for them still prevails, even in purgatory. While they are grateful that we pray for them. They feel unworthy of the love and compassion we’ve shown them through our prayers. As they endure for their own sins. They are now racked with the guilt of needing our help to set them free.


“My Divine Redeemer, Thou didst die for me on the Cross, and hast so often united Thyself with me in Holy Communion, and I have repaid Thee only with ingratitude. Now, however, I love Thee above all things, O supreme God; and I am more grieved at my offences against Thee than at any other evil. I will rather die than offend Thee again. Grant me the grace of holy perseverance. Have compassion on me, and, at the same time, on the holy souls suffering in Purgatory. Mary, Mother of God, come to their aid with thy powerful intercession.”
Followed by:
1 x Our Father
1 x Hail Mary
1 x Prayer to Our Suffering Savior for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

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