Blog The Last Words Of 25 Catholic Saints By uCatholic - April 30, 2016 64349 30 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Love uCATHOLIC?Get our inspiring content delivered to your inbox every morning - FREE! EMAIL Comments RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Catholic Saint of the Day Saint Germaine Cousin Catholic Saint of the Day Saint Joseph the Hymnographer Catholic Saint of the Day Saint Thomas Becket 30 COMMENTS Comment: O, blessed be God. We are already living in eternity. Reply Praise to you oh Lord God Jesus Christ. Reply Comment:God guard his children so that the end of each soul we should meet in paradise just as the rest of the saints. Reply its nice to be a saints, I love your stories so inspiring. pray for us. AMEN. Reply truly inspiring.. Reply May ur name be blessed 4 ever. Reply Blessed be God his Angels and his saints. Reply Informative and inspiring Reply This was beautiful….I pray that I may have the grace when I die to call upon Our Lord and His Mother Mary… Reply SANTO ANTÓNIO DE LISBOA Reply THANK YOU for this! It’s FASCINATING! I hope there will be many, many more! Reply 0=17Look here,,,,!my co-worker’s step-aunt makes $79 an hour on the computer. She has been out of a job for 9 months but last month her pay was $17477 just working on the computer for a few hours. Here’s the site to read more➜➜➜➜➜➜► See More Reply That’s lovely. But this is not the place to try to swindle gullible people. As you can see, these saints had no money but gained heaven. Be inspiried! Pax et bonum. Reply Pope St. John XXIII’s final words: “Stop the Council!” Reply Viva Jesus Viva Maria Viva Jose❤️❤️❤️ Reply St Francis of Assisi ” Welcome sister Death” Reply […] could spend a little more time in cemeteries praying for the dead and pondering our own mortality. This article, titled “The Last Words of 25 Catholic Saints,” helps us do that. Read it. Reflect on it. Pray […] Reply Blessed oh heavenly father on high pray for us for as we know your kingdom will reain on forever and ever amen Reply I love to read these things to get a glimpse of heavenly souls. It fills my heart with peace and hope. Beautiful. Reply Thanks be to God, for His grace & mercy… Reply There is no article. Reply Comment:can’t see it too.. Reply It’s amazing and touch me. God….. Reply He sat up with his arms outstretched, eyes fixed on top far corner of the room. He said “Mary! You came! Oh thank you so much!” Then his dead body was gently lowered, as though his hands were being held. Reply Comment:may Gods love endureth forever Reply Comment:so true marianne Reply I like the Canticle of Simeon in Compline (Night Prayer) in the Liturgy of the Hours (Divine Office): “Lord, now you let your servant go in peace; your word has been fulfilled: my own eyes have seen the salvation which you have prepared in the sight of every a light to reveal you to the nation and the glory of your people Israel.” (Lk 2:29-32 Reply We need to keep the thought of death before our eyes. Reply God is really WONDERFUL Reply I agree.. believe and endorse for every one to be blessed with love and thoughtfulness. Om shanti. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.