We’ll continue with our Book of the Month, Sanctity Through the Rosary, during November because I think it is timely and important for all of us to get serious about our faith and our spiritual life. But today is All Saints’ Day and tomorrow is All Souls’ Day, and the whole month is devoted to the Holy Souls, so during November we’ll do things a little differently. I’ll feature something specifically about the Holy Souls, a video or podcast or something, on Mondays, and continue with Sanctity Through the Rosary on Thursdays. We’ll see how that goes. I think both topics are very important for us, especially now. For many of us our spiritual lives need a jump start.
Susan Tassone is known all over the world as The Purgatory Lady. She’s written several books focusing on the Holy Souls. She’s been interviewed on EWTN Bookmark and EWTN Live, and various other Catholic shows and podcasts. Tonight I’m going to share one of her interviews with Johnnette Williams of Women of Grace.
Join me on Mondays as we continue to learn about devotion to the Holy Souls in Purgatory, and Thursdays as we continue with the book, Sanctity Through the Rosary.
Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. I pray that you and I will stay holy and virtuous, and help each other to become who the Lord intends us to be: SAINTS. God bless you and may His Peace be always with you. +JMJ+
Notes and Links
- Catholic Book of the Month Series Table of Contents
- Amazon search page for Susan Tassone books. The link has my Amazon affiliate link in it. See Full Disclosure below for more about that.
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