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Title: Church Approved Flame of Love Prayer: Help the Holy Souls in November.
Post by: Xavier on November 06, 2019, 09:04:09 PM
Please pray and spread this prayer. The Blessed Mother promised - with Church approval, so we can piously believe - some souls will be liberated from Purgatory as often as we say the below prayers. God also confirmed the capacity of Mediatrix of All Graces He has given to Her.


The Flame of Love in November
Holy souls in Purgatory
During the month of November devoted by the Church to the commemoration of the faithful departed and to pray for them, it is worth recalling that some of the promises that the Blessed Virgin Mary gave to Elizabeth Kindelmann are for the souls of the faithful departed who are in Purgatory.

What does it mean to remember the deceased? We recall first of all that we are the Body of Christ and that our family also includes those who have gone before us. The Catechism of the Catholic Church says that through the Communion of Saints, "a perennial link of charity exists between the faithful who have already reached their heavenly home, those expiating their sins in Purgatory and those who are still pilgrims on earth. Between them there is an abundant exchange of all good things."

The Blessed Mother said to Elizabeth: “Whenever My Flame of Love is invoked and three Hail Mary’s are recited in My honor, a soul is released from Purgatory. During November, the month of the deceased, ten souls will be released from Purgatory for each Hail Mary recited. Suffering souls must also feel the effect of grace of the Flame of Love of My maternal Heart.” (October 13, 1962)"

And this prayer is to be addressed to our God and Saviour, Jesus Christ, "May our feet journey together,
May our hands gather in unity,
May our hearts beat to the same rhythm,
May our souls be in harmony,
May our thoughts be in unison,
May our ears listen to the silence together,
May our glances melt in one another,
and may our lips beg our heavenly Father, together, to obtain Mercy." Imprimatur and other Church approval is documented in the links.