November 2 - All Souls' Day

November 2 - All Souls' Day

All Souls' Day – Feast day of mercy and grace

On All Souls' Day we commemorate all deceased souls. It is a wonderful day of charity, because you can turn to the deceased in love and call down the graces of heaven for them.

It is wonderful when you include souls in need of help in your prayers that you do not know. For All Souls' Day is especially dedicated to those souls who are trapped in lower planes of the afterlife and can no longer find their way out alone. The prayers of the living are a blessing and a grace for them.

Traditionally, the living commemorate the dead on this feast day. All over the world there are various customs, for example prayers and intercessions for the deceased.

Since many people pray on this day, the gates to otherworldly planes are wide open. This means that you can easily get in contact with Light Beings and ask them for their heavenly support. For example, do the following meditation to perform this selfless service for the deceased.

All Souls' Day Meditation

This meditation is not only suitable for All Souls' Day. You can do it anytime to pray for the deceased.

If you have an Angel's Gate, you may take it in your hands during this meditation. It envelopes you in a protected space of light. At the same time, it creates an access for the deceased to higher planes of light into which they may ascend at the hands of angels. Diese Meditation ist nicht nur für Allerseelen geeignet. Du kannst sie jederzeit durchführen, um für die Verstorbenen zu bitten.

Close your eyes, let your body relax and breathe calmly.
Dive into your inner world and open your heart.
Now call on archangels, saints or ascnended masters. Invoke also the divine source.
(In our experience, it is extremely effective if you ask especially Archangel Michael, Mother Mary and Padre Pio for their support)
Say prayers and petitions for your relatives and other loved ones who have already passed away. Today you can give them a gift by making intercessions for them to the heart of God.
Now also say prayers for deceased people you do not know.
(Ask, for example, for liberation and redemption of souls in lower planes and pardon for all their deeds)
Thank the saints and the heart of God for this immeasurable gift of divine grace.
Breathe deeply in and out a few times. Then return consciously into your body and end the meditation.

Pray with Padre Pio for the fallen souls

Padre Pio (1887 - 1968) is an Italian saint who beared the crucifixion wounds of Christ for 50 years. Thousands from all over the world visited Padre Pio during his lifetime and still make pilgrimages to the San Giovanni Rotondo Sanctuary. He is one of the most popular saints in Italy.

In a letter dated November 6, 1919, Padre Pio wrote:

"The greatest love is to wrest souls from the devil that he thought he had already won for himself, and to win them for Christ. And this is what I do unceasingly, day and night."

(Briefe, I. Band, San Giovanni Rotondo 2008, S. 1332)

Padre Pio is actually known for having fought for the salvation of souls even at night during sleep. So it is no wonder that even after his death he is committed to saving fallen souls.

Connect in deep meditations with Padre Pio. When we call upon him, he takes us by the hand and guides us. And when we pray for the living on earth and for the deceased in the hereafter, he has all the greater powers to work for them. Place all your intercessions trustingly into the hands of Padre Pio and into the grace of God.