All Souls Day
                                                                                Dan Lynch
 

November 2 is All Souls Day. It is also known as The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed.
 
On this day we pray for souls who are being sanctified in Purgatory that they will be released for their eternal rest in peace in heaven. Praying for these souls is a great act of charity.

 
Jesus King of All Nations said, “My little one, every time you say the prayers I taught you in connection with My image as ‘Jesus, King of All Nations’, I promise that I will convert ten sinners, bring ten souls into the One True Faith, release ten souls from Purgatory and be less severe in My Judgment of your nation, the United States of America. My little one, this not only applies to your nation, but also all other nations. My child, each time you say these prayers, I will mitigate the severity of the chastisements upon your country.” (Journal 41).
 
The “prayers” that Jesus referred to in His message above was His revelation of The Novena in Honor of Jesus as True King. Please click here to pray the Novena for your family, friends or loved ones, both living and dead, especially during this month for the poor souls in Purgatory.


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