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Fegefeuer, selten Fegfeuer, bezeichnet die Läuterung, die nach einer besonders in der Westkirche entwickelten theologischen Lehre eine Seele nach dem Tod erfährt, sofern sie nicht als heilig unmittelbar in den Himmel aufgenommen wird. Purgatory (engl. „Fegefeuer“) steht für: Purgatory (deutsche Band), eine deutsche Death-Metal-Band; Purgatory (indonesische Band), eine indonesische Nu-. Purgatory sind eine deutsche Death-Metal-Band aus Nossen. Sie spielen den sogenannten Old-School-Death-Metal. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Geschichte; 2. Many translated example sentences containing "purgatory" – German-English dictionary and search engine for German translations. purgatory Bedeutung, Definition purgatory: 1. the place to which Roman Catholics believe that the spirits of dead people go and suffer for the. Übersetzung im Kontext von „purgatory“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: They wander like souls in purgatory. Purgatory - Borealis: ugamela.eu: Musik. Purgatory wird Fans von Evergrey, Kamelot & Nocturnal Rites begeistern. Zeitgemäßer Sound, Mix von Sean.
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Catherine asserts that God is so pure and holy that a soul stained by sin cannot be in the presence of the divine majesty.
We too feel how distant we are, how full we are of so many things that we cannot see God. The soul is aware of the immense love and perfect justice of God and consequently suffers for having failed to respond in a correct and perfect way to this love; and love for God itself becomes a flame, love itself cleanses it from the residue of sin.
In his encyclical Spe salvi , Pope Benedict XVI, referring to the words of Paul the Apostle in 1 Corinthians —15 about a fire that both burns and saves, spoke of the opinion that "the fire which both burns and saves is Christ himself, the Judge and Saviour.
The encounter with him is the decisive act of judgement. Before his gaze all falsehood melts away. This encounter with him, as it burns us, transforms and frees us, allowing us to become truly ourselves.
All that we build during our lives can prove to be mere straw, pure bluster, and it collapses. Yet in the pain of this encounter, when the impurity and sickness of our lives become evident to us, there lies salvation.
His gaze, the touch of his heart heals us through an undeniably painful transformation 'as through fire'.
But it is a blessed pain, in which the holy power of his love sears through us like a flame, enabling us to become totally ourselves and thus totally of God.
In this way the inter-relation between justice and grace also becomes clear: the way we live our lives is not immaterial, but our defilement does not stain us for ever if we have at least continued to reach out towards Christ, towards truth and towards love.
Indeed, it has already been burned away through Christ's Passion. At the moment of judgement we experience and we absorb the overwhelming power of his love over all the evil in the world and in ourselves.
The pain of love becomes our salvation and our joy. It is clear that we cannot calculate the 'duration' of this transforming burning in terms of the chronological measurements of this world.
The transforming 'moment' of this encounter eludes earthly time-reckoning — it is the heart's time, it is the time of 'passage' to communion with God in the Body of Christ.
Detail of altar in Lutheran church in Auhausen , Bavaria. Purgatory, drawing by unknown artist from Strasbourg.
Altar predella in the town church of Bad Wimpfen , Baden-Württemberg. Stained-glass window in Puerto Rico Cathedral. Miniature by Stefan Lochner showing souls in purgatory.
Azulejo of souls in purgatory, Seville , Spain. Previously, the Latin adjective purgatorius , as in purgatorius ignis cleansing fire existed, but only then did the noun purgatorium appear, used as the name of a place called Purgatory.
The change happened at about the same time as the composition of the book Tractatus de Purgatorio Sancti Patricii , an account by an English Cistercian of a penitent knight's visit to the land of purgatory reached through a cave in the island known as Station Island or St Patrick's Purgatory in the lake of Lough Derg , County Donegal , Ireland.
Le Goff said this book "occupies an essential place in the history of Purgatory, in whose success it played an important, if not decisive, role".
Whitewashed long ago, this fresco was only restored in The painter was likely Jacopo di Mino del Pellicciaio, and the date of the fresco is around Purgatory is shown as a rocky hill filled with separate openings into its hollow center.
Above the mountain St Patrick introduces the prayers of the faithful that can help attenuate the sufferings of the souls undergoing purification.
In each opening, sinners are tormented by demons and by fire. Each of the seven deadly sins — avarice, envy, sloth, pride, anger, lust, and gluttony — has its own region of purgatory and its own appropriate tortures.
Le Goff dedicates the final chapter of his book to the Purgatorio , the second book in Dante 's fourteenth-century La divina commedia The Divine Comedy.
In an interview Le Goff declared: "Dante's Purgatorio represents the sublime conclusion of the slow development of Purgatory that took place in the course of the Middle Ages.
The power of Dante's poetry made a decisive contribution to fixing in the public imagination this 'third place', whose birth was on the whole quite recent.
Dante pictures purgatory as an island at the antipodes of Jerusalem, pushed up, in an otherwise empty sea, by the displacement caused by the fall of Satan, which left him fixed at the central point of the globe of the Earth.
The cone-shaped island has seven terraces on which souls are cleansed from the seven deadly sins or capital vices as they ascend.
Additional spurs at the base hold those for whom beginning the ascent is delayed because in life they were excommunicates, indolent or late repenters.
At the summit is the earthly paradise , from where the souls, cleansed of evil tendencies and made perfect, are taken to heaven. The Catholic Church has not included in its teaching this idea of purgatory as a place, any more than it has sealed with its authority the idea of a Limbo , which also has been postulated by some theologians.
Those who, after death, exist in a state of purification, are already in the love of Christ who removes from them the remnants of imperfection as "a condition of existence".
Similarly in , Pope Benedict XVI , speaking of Saint Catherine of Genoa — in relation to purgatory, said that "In her day it was depicted mainly using images linked to space: a certain space was conceived of in which purgatory was supposed to be located.
Catherine, however, did not see purgatory as a scene in the bowels of the earth: for her it is not an exterior but rather an interior fire.
This is purgatory: an inner fire. While the Eastern Orthodox Church rejects the term purgatory , it acknowledges an intermediate state after death and offers prayer for the dead.
According to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America :. The moral progress of the soul, either for better or for worse, ends at the very moment of the separation of the body and soul; at that very moment the definite destiny of the soul in the everlasting life is decided.
There is no way of repentance, no way of escape, no reincarnation and no help from the outside world. Its place is decided forever by its Creator and judge.
The Orthodox Church does not believe in purgatory a place of purging , that is, the inter-mediate state after death in which the souls of the saved those who have not received temporal punishment for their sins are purified of all taint preparatory to entering into Heaven, where every soul is perfect and fit to see God.
Also, the Orthodox Church does not believe in indulgences as remissions from purgatorial punishment. Both purgatory and indulgences are inter-corelated theories, unwitnessed in the Bible or in the Ancient Church, and when they were enforced and applied they brought about evil practices at the expense of the prevailing Truths of the Church.
If Almighty God in His merciful loving-kindness changes the dreadful situation of the sinner, it is unknown to the Church of Christ.
The Church lived for fifteen hundred years without such a theory. Eastern Orthodox teaching is that, while all undergo an individual judgment immediately after death, neither the just nor the wicked attain the final state of bliss or punishment before the Last Day,  with some exceptions for righteous souls like the Theotokos Blessed Virgin Mary , "who was borne by the angels directly to heaven.
The Eastern Orthodox Church holds that it is necessary to believe in this intermediate after-death state in which souls are perfected and brought to full divinization , a process of growth rather than of punishment, which some Orthodox have called purgatory.
Among the latter, such souls as have departed with faith but "without having had time to bring forth fruits worthy of repentance The state in which souls undergo this experience is often referred to as " Hades ".
The Orthodox Confession of Peter Mogila — , adopted, in a Greek translation by Meletius Syrigos, by the Council of Jassy in Romania, professes that "many are freed from the prison of hell The Church never maintained that which pertains to the fanciful stories of some concerning the souls of their dead who have not done penance and are punished, as it were, in streams, springs and swamps.
The Eastern Orthodox Synod of Jerusalem declared: "The souls of those that have fallen asleep are either at rest or in torment, according to what each hath wrought" an enjoyment or condemnation that will be complete only after the resurrection of the dead ; but the souls of some "depart into Hades , and there endure the punishment due to the sins they have committed.
But they are aware of their future release from there, and are delivered by the Supreme Goodness, through the prayers of the Priests and the good works which the relatives of each do for their Departed, especially the unbloody Sacrifice benefiting the most, which each offers particularly for his relatives that have fallen asleep and which the Catholic and Apostolic Church offers daily for all alike.
Of course, it is understood that we do not know the time of their release. We know and believe that there is deliverance for such from their direful condition, and that before the common resurrection and judgment , but when we know not.
Some Orthodox believe in a teaching of " aerial toll-houses " for the souls of the dead. According to this theory, which is rejected by other Orthodox but appears in the hymnology of the Church,  "following a person's death the soul leaves the body and is escorted to God by angels.
During this journey the soul passes through an aerial realm which is ruled by demons. The soul encounters these demons at various points referred to as 'toll-houses' where the demons then attempt to accuse it of sin and, if possible, drag the soul into hell.
In general, Protestant churches reject the Catholic doctrine of purgatory although some teach the existence of an intermediate state.
Many Protestant denominations, though not all, teach the doctrine of sola scriptura "scripture alone" or prima scriptura "scripture first".
The general Protestant view is that the Bible, from which Protestants exclude deuterocanonical books such as 2 Maccabees , contains no overt, explicit discussion of purgatory and therefore it should be rejected as an unbiblical belief.
Another view held by many Protestants, such as the Lutheran Churches and the Reformed Churches , is sola fide "by faith alone" : that faith alone is what achieves salvation , and that good works are merely evidence of that faith.
However, most Protestants teach that a transformation of character naturally follows the salvation experience; others, such as those of the Methodist tradition inclusive of the Holiness Movement teach that after justification, Christians must pursue holiness and good works.
Some Protestants hold that a person enters into the fullness of one's bliss or torment only after the resurrection of the body, and that the soul in that interim state is conscious and aware of the fate in store for it.
As an argument for the existence of purgatory, Protestant religious philosopher Jerry L. He lists some "biblical hints of purgatory" Mal ; 2 Mac ; Mat ; 1 Cor that helped give rise to the doctrine,  and finds its beginnings in early Christian writers whom he calls "Fathers and Mothers of Purgatory".
Rather his basic argument is that, in a phrase he often uses, it "makes sense. He documents the "contrast between the satisfaction and sanctification models" of purgatory.
In the satisfaction model, "the punishment of purgatory" is to satisfy God's justice. In the sanctification model, Wall writes: "Purgatory might be pictured He believes the sanctification model "can be affirmed by Protestants without in any way contradicting their theology" and that they may find that it "makes better sense of how the remains of sin are purged" than an instantaneous cleansing at the moment of death.
While purgatory was disputed by the Reformers, some early patristic theologians of the Eastern Church taught and believed in " apocatastasis ", the belief that all creation would be restored to its original perfect condition after a remedial purgatorial reformation.
Clement of Alexandria was one of the early church theologians who taught this view. Protestants have always contended that there are no second chances.
However, for Lutherans a similar doctrine of what may happen to the unevangelized is expressed in the book titled What about those who never heard.
Anglicans, as with other Reformed Churches , historically teach that the saved undergo the process of glorification after death.
Walls and James B. Gould with the process of purification in the core doctrine of purgatory see Reformed, below. Purgatory was addressed by both of the "foundation features" of Anglicanism in the 16th century: the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion and the Book of Common Prayer.
The 19th century Anglo-Catholic revival led to restoring prayers for the dead. He highlighted the fact that it is the "Romish" doctrine of purgatory coupled with indulgences that Article XXII condemns as "repugnant to the Word of God.
As of the year , the state of the doctrine of purgatory in Anglicanism was summarized as follows:.
Purgatory is seldom mentioned in Anglican descriptions or speculations concerning life after death, although many Anglicans believe in a continuing process of growth and development after death.
Anglican Bishop John Henry Hobart — wrote that " Hades , or the place of the dead, is represented as a spacious receptacle with gates, through which the dead enter.
Leonel L. Mitchell offers this rationale for prayers for the dead:. No one is ready at the time of death to enter into life in the nearer presence of God without substantial growth precisely in love, knowledge, and service; and the prayer also recognizes that God will provide what is necessary for us to enter that state.
This growth will presumably be between death and resurrection. Anglican theologian C. Lewis , reflecting on the history of the doctrine of purgatory in the Anglican Communion , said there were good reasons for "casting doubt on the 'Romish doctrine concerning Purgatory' as that Romish doctrine had then become" not merely a "commercial scandal" but also the picture in which the souls are tormented by devils, whose presence is "more horrible and grievous to us than is the pain itself," and where the spirit who suffers the tortures cannot, for pain, "remember God as he ought to do.
By this poem, Lewis wrote, "Religion has reclaimed Purgatory," a process of purification that will normally involve suffering.
The Protestant Reformer Martin Luther was once recorded as saying: . As for purgatory, no place in Scripture makes mention thereof, neither must we any way allow it; for it darkens and undervalues the grace, benefits, and merits of our blessed, sweet Saviour Christ Jesus.
The bounds of purgatory extend not beyond this world; for here in this life the upright, good, and godly Christians are well and soundly scoured and purged.
In his Smalcald Articles , Luther stated: . Therefore purgatory, and every solemnity, rite, and commerce connected with it, is to be regarded as nothing but a specter of the devil.
For it conflicts with the chief article [which teaches] that only Christ, and not the works of men, are to help [set free] souls.
Not to mention the fact that nothing has been [divinely] commanded or enjoined upon us concerning the dead. With respect to the related practice of praying for the dead, Luther stated: .
A core statement of Lutheran doctrine, from the Book of Concord , states: "We know that the ancients speak of prayer for the dead, which we do not prohibit; but we disapprove of the application ex opere operato of the Lord's Supper on behalf of the dead.
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Or maybe some other prisoner had been brought here, to purgatory , to wait. Nothing was declared either for or against the subject of purgatory.
Sid I could tell was once more going through the purgatory of decision. What about those who have already entered a purgatory of debt?
So what was it like, one recent evening in supermarket purgatory? Does someone go through purgatory upon death or directly into paradise?
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See Article History. Purgatory in world religions The idea of purification or temporary punishment after death has ancient roots and is well attested in early Christian literature.
Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Subscribe today. We need more than forgiveness and justification to purge our sinful dispositions and make us fully ready for heaven.
Purgatory is nothing more than the continuation of the sanctifying grace we need, for as long as necessary to complete the job". The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , teaches of an intermediate place for spirits between their death and their bodily resurrection.
This place, called "the spirit world," includes "paradise" for the righteous and "prison" for those who do not know God. Spirits in paradise serve as missionaries to the spirits in prison, who can still accept salvation.
In this sense, spirit prison can be conceptualized as a type of purgatory. In addition to hearing the message from the missionary spirits, the spirits in prison can also accept posthumous baptism and other posthumous ordinances performed by living church members in temples on Earth.
This is frequently referred to as "baptism for the dead" and "temple work. In Judaism , Gehenna is a place of purification where, according to some traditions, most sinners spend up to a year before release.
The view of purgatory can be found in the teaching of the Shammaites: "In the last judgment day there shall be three classes of souls: the righteous shall at once be written down for the life everlasting; the wicked, for Gehenna; but those whose virtues and sins counterbalance one another shall go down to Gehenna and float up and down until they rise purified; for of them it is said: 'I will bring the third part into the fire and refine them as silver is refined, and try them as gold is tried' [Zech.
The Hillelites seem to have had no purgatory; for they said: "He who is 'plenteous in mercy' [Ex. Still they also speak of an intermediate state.
Regarding the time which purgatory lasts, the accepted opinion of R. Akiba is twelve months; according to R. Johanan b. Nuri, it is only forty-nine days.
Both opinions are based upon Isa. During the twelve months, declares the baraita Tosef. The righteous, however, and, according to some, also the sinners among the people of Israel for whom Abraham intercedes because they bear the Abrahamic sign of the covenant are not harmed by the fire of Gehenna even when they are required to pass through the intermediate state of purgatory 'Er.
Maimonides declares, in his 13 principles of faith , that the descriptions of Gehenna, as a place of punishment in rabbinic literature, were pedagocically motivated inventions to encourage respect of the Torah commandements by mankind, which had been regarded as immature.
Islam has a concept similar to that of purgatory in Christianity. Barzakh is thought to be a realm between paradise Jannah and hell Jahannam and according to Ghazali the place of those who go neither to hell or to heaven.
In some cases, the Islamic concept of hell may resemble the concept of Catholic doctrine of purgatory,  for Jahannam just punishes people according to their deeds and releases them after their habits are purified.
A limited duration in Jahannam is not universally accepted in Islam. Indian religions believe in purification of the soul in Naraka.
There is belief in Tengrism , that the wicked would get punished in Tamag before they would be brought to the third floor of the sky. According to Zoroastrian eshatology , the wicked will get purified in molten metal.
The Mandaeans believe in purification of souls inside of Leviathan ,  whom they also call Ur. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Religious belief of Christianity, primarily Catholicism. For other uses, see Purgatory disambiguation. For the practice of cleaning the bodies of the recently deceased observed by various cultures, see Last offices.
Main article: History of purgatory. Purgatory, by Peter Paul Rubens. See also: Prayer for the dead in Eastern Christianity and Orthodox memorial service.
Further information: Last Judgement. Main article: Barzakh. Retrieved The Birth of Purgatory. Arthur Goldhammer. Retrieved 8 March Wipf and Stock Publishers.
The Roman Catholic and English Methodist churches both pray for the dead. Their consensus statement confirms that "over the centuries in the Catholic tradition praying for the dead has developed into a variety of practices, especially through the Mass.
The Methodist church Methodists who pray for the dead thereby commend them to the continuing mercy of God.
Walls Purgatory: The Logic of Total Transformation. Oxford University Press. London: Richard D. Retrieved 10 April Anglican orthodoxy, without protest, has allowed high authorities to teach that there is an intermediate state, Hades, including both Gehenna and Paradise, but with an impassable gulf between the two.
Protestant Reformed Churches in America. Retrieved 23 May Hanover Historical Texts Project. Retrieved 18 February Catechism of the Catholic Church.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Retrieved 10 January Cambridge University Press. He was received into the Catholic Church on 9 October of the same year.
Theological Studies. Griffiths In Jerry L. Walls ed. The Oxford Handbook of Eschatology. Eschatology: Death and Eternal Life.
CUA Press. Saunders, "Do we know what happens in Purgatory? Is there really a fire? Homily VI on Exodus section 4 Patrologia graeca , vol.
The Todi Fresco and St. Patrick's Purgatory, Lough Derg. Clogher Record, 12, The souls of men, being conscious and exercising all their faculties immediately after death, are judged by God.
This judgment following man's death we call the Particular Judgment. The final reward of men, however, we believe will take place at the time of the General Judgment.
During the time between the Particular and the General Judgment, which is called the Intermediate State, the souls of men have foretaste of their blessing or punishment" The Orthodox Faith.
Archived from the original on Philaret of Moscow , and ; Constas H. Demetry, Catechism of the Eastern Orthodox Church p.
Andrew, we find in Ode 7: "All holy angels of the Almighty God, have mercy upon me and save me from all the evil toll-houses" Evidence for the Tradition of the Toll Houses found in the Universally Received Tradition of the Church.
Archived at the Wayback Machine "When my soul is about to be forcibly parted from my body's limbs, then stand by my side and scatter the counsels of my bodiless foes and smash the teeth of those who implacably seek to swallow me down, so that I may pass unhindered through the rulers of darkness who wait in the air, O Bride of God" Octoechos, Tone Two, Friday Vespers.
Archived at the Wayback Machine "Pilot my wretched soul, pure Virgin, and have compassion on it, as it slides under a multitude of offences into the deep of destruction; and at the fearful hour of death snatch me from the accusing demons and from every punishment" Ode 6, Tone 1 Midnight Office for Sunday.
Millet, By what Authority? United Methodist Doctrine. Abingdon Press. Faith is necessary to salvation unconditionally.
Good works are necessary only conditionally, that is if there is time and opportunity. The thief on the cross in Luke —43 is Wesley's example of this.
He believed in Christ and was told, "Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise. The man was dying and lacked time; his movements were confined and he lacked opportunity.
In his case, faith alone was necessary. However, for the vast majority of human beings good works are necessary for continuance in faith because those persons have both the time and opportunity for them.
Retrieved 27 March A Christian must continue to walk in all the light he or she has or become guilty of walking in darkness, which is willful sin.
A person practicing willful sin is not saved 1 John —6; — This rest is its paradise. Nash, John Sanders. Walvoord, Zachary J. Hayes, Clark H. Stackhouse, Jr.
Waxmann Verlag. In the Ordo Salutis Order of Salvation of the Anglican faith, the soul must first be regenerated before it can be resurrected or glorified in Christ.
The Order of Salvation involves a number of steps said to lead to man's salvation and glorification or resurrection in Christ.
In the Anglican Church, the Order of Salvation is officially Calvinistsic, placing regeneration before faith. The State of the Departed.
New York: T. London: Joseph Masters. We are further taught by it that there is an intermediate state between death and the resurrection, in which the soul does not sleep in unconsciousness, but exists in happiness or misery till the resurrection, when it shall be reunited to the body and receive its final reward.
Applewood Books. Mars, too, was different from the one who had been in office when she first came to Purgatory. Or maybe some other prisoner had been brought here, to purgatory , to wait.
Nothing was declared either for or against the subject of purgatory. Sid I could tell was once more going through the purgatory of decision.
What about those who have already entered a purgatory of debt? So what was it like, one recent evening in supermarket purgatory?
Does someone go through purgatory upon death or directly into paradise? As Purgatory reached the point when they got the record deal, the label wanted them to change their name.