Purgatory Mystic: They Live Among Us -The Seven Secrets from the Invisible world – Don’t do this at Mass

Austrian Mystic Maria Simma has revealed secrets about purgatory that have captured the imagination of many Catholics around the world. Maria  died on March 16, 2004.
In an interview  Maria was asked if  poor souls in Purgatory experience  joy and hope in the mist of their suffering?
Maria: Yes. No soul would want to come back from Purgatory to the earth. They have knowledge which is infinitely beyond ours. 

They just could not decide to return to the darkness of the earth. Here we see the difference from the suffering that we know on earth. 
In Purgatory, even if the pain of the soul is terrible, there is the certitude of living forever with God. 
It’s an unshakeable certitude. The joy is greater than the pain. There is nothing on earth which could make them want to live here again, where one is never sure of anything.


According to Austrian Mystic – Maria Simma the holy souls in Purgatory have revealed to her the following:
  1. -That priests and nuns should always wear their habits/clerics, in as much as possible.
  2.  -That Extraordinary Eucharistic Ministers should be used very rarely, that is, only when it is absolutely            necessary; that priests and deacons should make every effort to distribute Communion to the faithful, even though it takes longer to do so.
  3.  – That receiving Holy Communion in the hand should be avoided as much as possible.
  4. -That holding hands during the Lords prayer and that the sign of peace after the Eucharistic prayer should be avoided in as much as it is possible, since both of these are a distraction from Jesus who is present upon the altar and that we should be concentrating upon Jesus alone during this important time of the Mass.


-That dogs are the most hated animals by the devil and the demons because they are the closest and most helpful animal to mankind.

6.-That outside of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint Joseph is one of the greatest Saints who advocates for the souls in Purgatory.  The Angels, especially St Michael the archangel, and also the poor souls own guardian angel are also very powerful in helping to obtain mercy and pleading their cause before God. Also very important is any Saint that the person might have had a devotion to during one’s lifetime.  Maria also pointed out that the Patron Saint of the poor souls in purgatory is St Nicholas of Tolentino

7 -The holy souls have also revealed to Maria that it is on Christmas day that the most souls are released from purgatory and then also Good Friday, Ascension day, All Souls day and the feast of the Assumption.