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Helpers of the Holy Souls - Apostolate of Purgatory

Click here to go to the Helpers of the Holy SoulsHelpers of the Holy Souls is an Apostolate of Purgatory inspired by Blessed Mary of Providence and the original mission of the Order she founded in 1856, Society of Helpers of the

Our mission, one of mercy, is to relieve and gain release for the suffering souls in purgatory who can no longer help themselves. We do this by holding monthly collections used solely to have Masses said for the Holy Souls.

We encourage you to start a similar apostolate in your area! Find out more about how to start a Purgatory Prayer apostolate in your town or city at our web site.
Take a look at the people who have shown an interest in starting a Purgatory Prayer Program where they live.

YES, I'M VERY INTERESTED. Send me my FREE prayer program today!

IMPORTANT NOTE: This apostolate assumes that you are Catholic and have some Rosaries for the program. If you don't have any Rosaries and are a Catholic, you can probably get some at your local parish.

Non-Catholic Christians are welcome with open arms to start one of these Purgatory prayer programs.

If you are a non-Catholic Christian, and do not have any Rosaries for this program, { mention your Protestant denomination in your e-mail } along with your wish to have one or two Rosaries, and we will send you what we can.



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