Pray for Holy Souls they are unable to pray for themselves, but they are able to pray for us. Pray for them, they will help us immensely in Purgatory and in Heaven.


“The clients of this most merciful Mother are very fortunate. She helps them both in this life and in the next, consoling them and sponsoring their cause in Purgatory." - St. Alphonsus Liguori

“For the simple reason that the Souls in Purgatory need help so desperately, since they cannot help themselves, our Mother of Mercy does so much more to relieve them." - St. Alphonsus Liguori

"To assist the souls in purgatory is to perform the most excellent of the works of mercy." St. Francis de Sales 

"If, during life, we have been kind to the suffering souls in purgatory, God will see that help be not denied us after death." - St. Paul of the Cross

"We must empty Purgatory with our prayers." - St. Padre Pio

"As we enter Heaven, we will see them, so many of them coming towards us and thanking us. We will ask who they are, and they will say a poor soul you prayed for in Purgatory." - Fulton J. Sheen.  

Do not neglect to pray for the souls in purgatory. It is not only a counsel, but also a duty of holy charity... We are obliged to succor these holy prisoners! - St Alphonsus Maria de Liguori 

"This fire of Purgatory will be more severe than any pain that can be felt, seen or conceived in this world." - St. Augustine

“If only you knew with what great longing these holy souls yearn for relief from their suffering. Ingratitude has never entered Heaven.” - St. Margaret Mary

"I saw the torments of hell and those of purgatory; no words can describe them. Had poor mortals the faintest idea of them, they would suffer a thousand deaths rather than undergo the least of their torments during a single day." - St. Catherine of Siena

“The more one longs for a thing, the more painful does deprivation of it become. And because after this life, the desire for God, the Supreme Good, is intense in the souls of the just (because this impetus toward Him is not hampered by the weight of the body, and that time of enjoyment of the Perfect Good would have come) had there been no obstacle; the soul suffers enormously from the delay.” - St. Thomas Aquinas

"We must say many prayers for the souls of the faithful departed, for one must be so pure to enter heaven." - St. John Vianney

“He who saves a soul saves his own and satisfies for a multitude of sins.” - St. James the Apostle