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The following applies if you are
a baptised Catholic, and a Communicant [1 | 2 | 3].
wouldn't hurt if you were Confirmed [1 | 2 | 3]
First, keep the Ten Commandments
[1 | 2
and the Great Commandment [1 | 2 | 3];
enjoy saying the old Latin prayers [1 | 2 | 3],
especially the Prayer To St. Michael The Archangel [1 | 2 | 3]);
Third, go to Confession once
a week. [1 | 2 | 3]
Fourth, take Communion at
least once a week. [1 | 2 | 3]
from that which is both pleasing to you, and licit;
Seventh, give alms;
So far this is standard stuff for
a good Catholic.
Now, here is the 'back door' into
promised to the Catholic faithful over the centuries have never been rescinded,
despite what modernists think.
It is possible
to do penance for your sins and greatly increase
your chances of getting out of Purgatory and into Heaven quickly,
if you follow the conditions attached to them faithfully. Some
of them are very simple to do, and easy to find using a search engine.
To start you
off, here are links to web searches. This is in case particular web sites
change or disappear:
Indulgences 2 | 3 | 4*
Heart Devotion - Nine First Fridays 2 | 3
Heart Of Mary Rosary - Five First Saturdays 2 | 3
Of The Seven Sorrows 2 | 3
Mass 2 | 3
Brown Scapular 2 | 3
Miraculous Medal 2 | 3
Benedict Medal 2 | 3
first four simple ones on this page.
To be certain that it will work,
an indulgence must be formally approved by a Pope. This draws power from
Jesus' statement 'Whatsoever you bind on Earth shall be bound in Heaven,
and whatsoever you shall loose on Earth shall be loosed in Heaven'.
Subsequent Popes cannot rescind these,
unless they were to publicly and formally do so. Should that ever happen,
you may be sure that the Church and indeed the Earth itself is in dire
These practices are not much mentioned
any more. This is because the Hierarchy was, up to recently, 'hell bent'
on modernisation and progress. As any factory worker knows, when the management
talks about 'modernisation' and 'progress', it means mass sackings(!)
In my opinion, a smart Catholic would,
in these decadent days, attend the nearest Tridentine or 1962 Latin Mass,
follow the practices above and say his prayers in Latin for an added boost.
A wise Catholic would try to save
others also, besides himself. That would go down very well indeed with
Another 'trick' is to petition
individual archangels, saints or the Virgin Mary, depending on your
case. As you know, you can get the ear of the Boss much more easily by
going through his P.A.
Lastly, in my opinion, prayers
for the benefit of others fly higher than ones for oneself.
- It is sacrilege to take Communion
unless you have been formally received into the Church. So join up.
[1 | 2 | 3]
Admission fee: the putting aside
of your infernal pride.
- Theologians who say you can get
to Heaven without rituals, icons and ancient prayers are like those who
say you can climb Everest without oxygen tanks, sherpas and a map. Sure,
you can, in theory, but only a fool would risk it.
- There are various revelations available
which claim to show that Heaven is not at all pleased with humanity at
the moment. Some, like Fatima [1 | 2
and La Salette [1 | 2 | 3]
are approved by the Catholic Church. Some, like Medjugordje and Bayside,
are not. If you want to give yourself a real fright, research the following
phrase: 'Warnings From The Beyond' [1 | 2 | 3]
You see, The Devil can perform miracles
too, and put on a holy face. So you have to be careful. We are asked to
have faith, but we are not required to be credulous. The Church usually
does exhaustive research before pronouncing on what are called 'private
A smart Catholic would abide by the
phrase 'by their fruits shall ye know them'; i.e. what comes of the
Is the visionary profiting personally
from the phenomenon? Are they to the forefront, like a pop star, or are
they humble? Are they asking for money? Do their revelations contradict
the Bible or the established doctrine of the Church? Do they bring agitation
and discord, or do they bring peace?
"His ways are ways of pleasantness,
and all his paths are peace."
An added problem in these liberal
times is that it's hard to know the path of righteousness; our grandfathers
would be shocked at how little time we spend in religious practice, and
how casual it has become.
The answer I think is to hark
back to what the saints of the Church did before the 1950s, even back to
before the late 19th century, and do likewise.
Lastly: I confess I'm not putting
up these pages out of pure charity.
I figure if I can help get you and
a few more through the Heavenly Gates, the Lord will take it into account
when my own turn comes for Judgement.