Christ used several images to speak of the Kingdom of God and of life with Him, who is “not the God of the dead, but of the living: in fact all live for him” (Mk 12:27).
Jesus himself revealed to Saint Gertrude that he takes pleasure in the prayers addressed to him for the souls in purgatory. Saint Catherine of Bologna also wrote: “I have recourse to the souls of the deceased, so that they present my request to the Eternal Father, and I feel that I owe the success of my prayer to their intercession.” Praying for the deceased is within everyone's reach so that these souls intercede for us!
From the earliest times of the Church, living Christians have prayed for their deceased brothers. It was a way of putting fraternal charity into practice. Let us revive this ancient practice in these times where fraternity is undermined in favor of individuality...
This entire divine liturgy will last approximately 30 minutes and will be performed either in our chapel or in Egypt at the monastery of Saint Macarius in Scete.
So what to do?
All you have to do is ask us. Fill out the form above and we'll take care of the rest. The brothers of CIELS will carry out this work for you in the following way:
On the date of your request, will be done in the Bible, reading from the Book of Revelation (21, 01-27).
Then, the prayer “Memento of the deceased” will be performed and the deceased person will be named in order to intercede for their purification with Christ.
Then your message, if you have submitted one, will be read.
Afterwards, Psalm 129, better known under the title “De Profundis” will be pronounced for the deceased person.
After which the officiant will pronounce the ritual words of consequence including the “Song of Zechariah”, the prayer “Into the hands of Our Father” and the formulas of eternal rest.
After your order, you will receive a confirmation email with all the information on the progress of this mass. (Also check your spam).