Gregorian Masses

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Gregorian Masses

Gregorian Masses and Masses for the deceased

The book of 2 Maccabees 12:46 in the Bible states: “It is therefore a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may be loosed from sins.” Having a single Mass or a spiritual bouquet of prayers for a departed loved one is a great act of love and mercy. Since the Holy Mass is the highest form of prayer, a bouquet of Gregorian Masses for a deceased loved one is the greatest gift you can ever give.

The origin of Gregorian Masses began with St. Gregory the Great. There was a monk named Justus who during life was not always faithful to his vow of poverty. Upon his death, St. Gregory was concerned for his salvation. Out of brotherly love and mercy, he offered 30 consecutive masses for the deceased monk’s soul. It is recorded in St. Gregory’s Dialogues on the thirtieth day, Justus appeared to another monk in the abbey to let him know he was rescued from the flames of purgatory and had finally entered heaven.

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