Gregorian Masses

The Holy Gregorian masses are celebrated for 30 consecutive days.

St. Gregory the Great celebrated continuously for a deceased confrere. While at the altar for the 30th Mass, his soul appeared to him: I have been looking forward to this last Sacrifice. Now I am leaving Purgatory! Behind this revelation, the practice of thirty masses has arisen, called "Gregorian". It is not guaranteed that after one such celebration a soul will absolutely come out of Purgatory, since God can assign, as mentioned above, the suffrage also to other deceased persons. However, the Gregorian Mass has great value because it has the intercession of St. Gregory the Great.

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