Plenary Indulgences

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Plenary indulgences are granted to the faithful who perform certain works and prayers. This means the full remission of all temporal punishment ...

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11:59 PM on November 27, 2015 
wellll, that's novel. that a catholic can obtain a Plenary INdulgence for a deceased non-catholic. it's heretical. i believe.. since Pius 9 decreed that a catholic can't even hope for the salvation of a person who dies outside the Catholic faith. that's from the Syllabus of Errors contained in Quanta Cura which is an ex cathedra pronouncement.
Reply ann
8:06 AM on July 22, 2014 
Plenary Indulgences are said for the remission of temporal punishment due for sin this continues in purgatory unless it is remitted for. to gain a P I the penitent must be truly remorseful for sin particularly mortal ones and be detached from venial and mortal sin. a P I cannot be said for the living.
Reply Elaine
6:25 AM on July 22, 2013 
God bless this site...
Reply Elaine
6:20 AM on July 22, 2013 
Glad I found this site! God bless all!
Reply Nunie Falcon
10:04 PM on November 3, 2012 
Would like to see video.