Holy Souls detained in Purgatory
I was saying my evening prayers for the Holy Souls, especially for those who had died throughout the world, from the coronavirus.
Suddenly, the angel of the Lord appeared to me and said, “Come with me and see for yourself!”
He took me to a place in Purgatory where souls are detained to do penance for the sins they committed during their life on earth, especially at this time when they are dying without repentance, as the disease comes so quickly and they have no time to repent.
The angel and I found ourselves in a large open space like somewhere in the countryside, a barren landscape with no trees and no vegetation, where the sky was cloudy and overcast. It was a very depressing place.
At the sight of so many souls detained here, I exclaimed to the angel, “Oh, how many people! I have never seen so many people.”
The angel responded, “You see, you have had a lot of suffering lately, but all this suffering produces good fruit and goodness. These people are waiting for you to offer them to God, to the Light. You should be very grateful that part of your suffering helped them because by dying suddenly, they did not repent of their sins, and it is God’s goodness that has saved them.”
The angel continued, “There are many priests who have died from this by trying to help people. Even though they sacrificed their lives for these people to help them, they still need to be detained in Purgatory for the time being.”
The angel showed me many priests. Some of them came up to me and started speaking to me in Italian. They were all dressed in brown. They contracted the sickness from the virus by helping people.
They said, “We didn’t want to die yet, but through this sickness, we sacrificed our lives for people. Valentina, please ask our Lord to help us and to be merciful to us.”
They were all together in one group at least fifty of them. I saw mainly young faces with some older in their fifties. They all looked very sad. They sacrificed their lives, saving others, and they couldn’t understand why they had to be detained in Purgatory.
Lord Jesus, have mercy on these souls who sacrificed their lives for others.