Though I didn’t want or like Bin Laden…two other men that I’d dated during my era as an actress-model in North Africa were also billionaires…of them married a Black woman, the other married a Korean. So, you see, this is the other side of the coin…one that isn’t talked about.
Luckily I went on to marry a wonderful Black Man, a marine, Simon Palacio, who during our 10 year marriage selling his own electronics to the U. Black Women may not get the hoodrat athletes and rappers.
In addition, 1032 states, "The Church also commends almsgiving, indulgences, and works of penance undertaken on behalf of the dead." Finally, a quote in 1032 from St.
John Chrysostom refers to Job 1:5 then concludes, "Let us not hesitate to help those who have died and to offer our prayers for them." To summarize Church teaching, we've been given an active role to pray and to do good works on behalf of those who have gone before us in death.
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The Final Purification, or Purgatory," 1030-1032 of the To explain for readers who haven't heard the Church's voice on this doctrine of faith, Article 12, 1030 of the Catechism says, "All who die in God's grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven." The next statement in 1031 assures that purgatory "…is entirely different from the punishment of the damned," then cites references to Matthew , I Corinthians , and I Peter 1:7.
Similarly Article 12, 1032 cites II Maccabees 12, which refers to the time before Christ when Judas Maccabeus made atonement for the dead.
If you look at scripture, I think it means that if you die you will be in purgatory and waiting for Jesus to return to judge the living and the dead. If you look at scripture it seems that only a few are already up there, like the Apostles and the Prophets and the Holy Family.
For me it is not an issue of will I be in Heaven when I die; it is when will I be able to see Jesus vouch for me at the Right Hand of God and hear my name in the Book of Life?
When someone dies, most priests talk about that person as if he or she is already in Heaven.