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  1. Question: you said the promises were prohibited in 1954. I read somewhere that they were approved by a prior pope in the past. I can’t remember which one. I had a miraculous awakening to the faith 3+ years ago and God led me to these prayers and especially the promises. I started 3 years ago during lent.

    The revelation I received is this.

    Matthew 16:18-19

    And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven. And whatsoever thou shalt bind upon earth, it shall be bound also in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth, it shall be loosed also in heaven.

    –Since a pope who was a successor of Peter had approved them, they were bound on earth by his authority. Therefore with faith I could trust that they would also be bound in heaven.

  2. I gave these prayers to my father and his wife. They believed also and started the prayers after me. They were in an adulterous situation since they were both divorced and remarried. I got dad to go to confession and they lived as brother and sister after that. They were in their 80’s so financially separation would be devastating for her. She had never worked so she was dependent on my dads income. Dad’s wife died last year but she was praying them devoutly. She knew a month before her death that she was going. She went to the hospital and then 2 weeks later was released, then immediately fell and went back to the hospital another 2 weeks and died. One of the promises is that you will be notified of your death one month in advance. I believe with all my heart in these prayers AND the promises.

  3. My dad died last October after 30 years of suffering with a massive stroke and paralysis. My mom gave me his prayer book. My dad prayed the 15 prayers of st Bridget 3 different years. One of the promises from Jesus is that he will come with his Blessed Mothet prior to death. My dad spent the last three days of his life in hospice in a hospital. He was sedated with morphine. The morning of his death the hospice nurse told my mom that my dad called out which she said never happens. I KNOW that Jesus came with the Blessed Mothet that morning. My dad died at 6 pm that evening. I had spent the night sleeping in a chair next to my dads bed. Knowing that Jesus and Mary were in the room overehelms me. My dad had such faith. So do I. I have been praying the prayers. God is so so good.

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