Eternity

Prière pour les défunts
Is praying for our dead and hoping they are saved incompatible?

We would love to know whether or not our deceased loved ones are in Heaven. Is praying for our deceased and hoping they are saved incompatible? If it is impossible to know, we must trust that they are in Heaven and pray for them tirelessly.

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The Last Judgment: good news or not?

Most people fear the Last Judgment, whilst a few see it as good news…What is the Last Judgment about? Is it to fear? Guidelines from Rev. Fr. Pierre Gazeau in a brief interview by Guillaumes Desanges, for RCF (national French Catholic Radio). Why are we […]

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The prayer of Montligeon in Breton

Can one pray to Our Lady of Montligeon in Breton? The prayer to Our Lady of Montligeon was translated in breton and offered to the shrine by Tiegezh Santez Anna (Saint Ann’s Family in Breton), a private association of faithful located in the diocese of […]

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Parish priest’s prayer to St Joseph for his parishioners

How should one go about praying for one’s parish? St Joseph’s fervent friend, Fr. Buguet, founder of the Work of Montligeon wrote in 1873 a prayer to Saint Joseph to petition for his parishioners. Find out more. Prayer for my parishioners “Saint Joseph, guardian and […]

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Pilgrimage for the unborn

On April 24, for the sixth year in a row, the shrine of Our Lady of Montligeon organizes a pilgrimage in memory of the the deceased little ones. It will take place on Divine Mercy Sunday, and will be dedicated to all unborn children, and […]

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Antichrist who are you?

The figure of the antichrist is presented in the christian tradition, and even in Islam. What does “antichrist” mean? Who is he? What does the Roman Catholic Church say about him? How to avoid becoming one of his followers? Thus is the topic of the […]

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Mary, mother of hope in purgatory

Mary, sign of hope, for all human beings. Yet can she also touch souls in purgatory?   The Roman Catholic Church professes that Mary is the mother of all human beings. Tradition asserts that Mary attends souls in purgatory. Father Buguet assumed this insight in his […]

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Will the resurrection of my body really occur?

No matter how, whether buried or cremated, our remains are doomed to disappear, even unto dust. In such a context, will the resurrection of one’s body really occur? If so, how? Rev. Fr. Don Guillaume d’Anselme, chaplain at the shrine of Montligeon, answers. Our body […]

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Montligeon on major US TV channel!

Rev. Fr. Paul Denizot was Fr. Mitch Pacwa’s guest on his EWTN-Live show on Dec. 8, 2021. Together with Martine Courvoisier, he presented the vocation of the shrine of Montligeon and the purpose of praying for the dead. Replay. Fr. Paul Denizot was the guest […]

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What are Near Death Experiences (NDEs) about?

Near Death Experiences (NDE) are intriguing. Much literature and films talk of people who have experienced near death and testify to having made a passage into the “other world”. What are NDEs about? What to make of them with regard Catholic faith? Are they death […]

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