Journey with the Holy Souls In Purgatory
Our journey this week will be unique and special in many ways. Come along with Jason Nunez and his guest Susan Tassone, “The Purgatory Lady” and take a journey with the Holy Souls in Purgatory. Susan Tassone has long been a passionate champion for the holy souls in purgatory and is recognized as leading a worldwide “purgatory movement.”
On today’s journey, you will learn:
- Who are the holy souls and why are they called Poor and Holy?
- What is the best way to help them?
- What inspiration can we take from this, for our daily journey of life?
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Susan Tassone has long been a passionate champion for the holy souls in purgatory and is recognized as leading a worldwide “purgatory movement.”
The award-winning author of thirteen best-sellers, including Jesus Speaks to Faustina and You. Day by Day with St. Faustina, St. Faustina Prayer Book for Adoration, and Day by Day for the Holy Souls in Purgatory, Susan makes speaking appearances throughout the country. Over a dozen cardinals and bishops worldwide have endorsed her works. She’s a frequent and popular guest on national radio and television programs as well as social media. EWTN said: “Susan Tassone is the all time best selling author in the history of the network.”
In 2013, she was featured in the groundbreaking documentary Purgatory: The Forgotten Church and was on the cover of Catholic Digest magazine in 2017.
She also continues to work tirelessly to raise donations for Masses for the holy souls.
Susan holds a master’s degree in religious education from Loyola University Chicago and had the honor and privilege of being granted two private audiences with St. John Paul II, who bestowed a special blessing on her and her ministry for the holy souls.
Jewel for the Journey:
“As we enter Heaven, we will see them, so many of them, coming toward us and thanking us. We will ask who they are and they will say: ‘A poor soul you prayed for in purgatory.’”– Venerable Fulton J. Sheen
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