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November is the Month to Commemorate the Dead

by Fr. Marcus Pollard

In our culture, it is download-3very easy to think that all the dead automatically go to heaven. Yet the faith and the continuous tradition of Judaism and Catholicism remind us of the need to pray for the dead.

This prayer need not to be complicated. We can talk to God directly or with the help and the prayers of the saints and angels. Our prayer for them can be very simple; we can ask God for fast and easy journey to heaven. (Click here to download full article.)

Noviembre es el mes de los difuntos

Cada persona que tiene un difunto necesitamos rezar y suplicar al Señor por ellos. Podemos hablar con Dios directamente o con la ayuda y las oraciones de los santos y los ángeles. (Clic aqui para leer articulo en español).


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