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Hi Anonymous,
Thanks for your question. While researching during the preparation of this article I came across a comment of Sister M. de . from the "Unpublished Manuscript on Purgatory" wherein she stated that there were in fact a good number of Protestants in Purgatory, just as there were a large number of Catholics, and we can presume that there are peoples of all religions, and also atheists, agnostics etc, --all according to the infinite mercy and justice of God. Although she did point out that in many ways such persons purgatory can be more rigorous since during their lifetime they did not receive the sacramental graces of the Church.

Concerning this we can call to mind what Jesus said to the Jewish leaders: “Amen, I say to you, tax collectors and prostitutes are entering the kingdom of God before you.” (Matt 21:31)

May God bless you and your loved ones,
Glenn Dallaire

What makes a song personal? Obviously, songwriters are often confessional, but only some go deep enough to expose bone. They're as likely to mine details from distant sources: fiction, overheard conversations, someone else's memories. A listener can make anything personal, anyway, so maybe the question's moot. If a soda commercial is playing while you fall in love, it's your song.

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