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New Videos Helps the Faithful Pray for the Holy Souls in November

Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy
Oct. 27, 2020

CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct. 27, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- A unique series of video prayers has been produced to help the faithful in praying for the holy souls in purgatory for the month of November.

The video series consists of 30 video prayers, one for each day of the month. The series was made in preparation for November, the month traditionally dedicated to pray for the souls in purgatory. The series, on YouTube, premieres Nov. 1 and is the brainchild of Fr. Daniel Bowen, of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy.

"Many Catholics have forgotten about the souls in purgatory. But they still need our prayers," Fr. Daniel said. "Videos have become so widespread today that we have to use this new medium to help others pray."

"This series breaks new ground - it seems to be the first series of 30 days of video prayers for the holy souls in purgatory," Fr. Daniel said.

Fr. Daniel, who narrates the 30 days of prayers, took each day's reflection and prayers from an old prayer book issued by his order, "Daily Thoughts and Prayers for Our Beloved Dead."

The video meditations begin with this:

    "When we love, we remember; and this memory, the effect of love, is not a barren thought. It resolves itself into DEEDS for the loved one.... Most pitiful Jesus, let thy Precious Blood flow down into Purgatory and refresh and revive the captive souls suffering there."

Readers can sign up for email reminders of the 30 Days of Prayer at https://forms.gle/hN9xQnBXMBqmCLvv5. The email reminders begin Nov. 1.

A new promotional video explaining the need for prayers for the dead is at https://youtu.be/hKnOxcz90go.

Friars of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy are present in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and New York. Their charism is Redemptive ministry: setting Christian captives free. Those who feel attracted to the spirituality of the Order should contact Fr. Daniel Bowen, O. de M. at frdanielbowen@gmail.com. Check out the Mercedarians' website at www.OrderofMercy.org.

SOURCE Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy

CONTACT: Fr. Daniel Bowen, O. de M., 216-651-5043, frdanielbowen@gmail.com