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Visit the cemetery, undasonline.com this ‘Undas’
ARE you visiting your dearly departed loved ones’ resting place this “Undas” but do not know what prayers to say on their grave? Now, you don’t need to buy prayer books for this. Just visit undasonline.com on your tablets, smartphones or laptops to access online copy of the prayers for the dead.
The Eternal Rest prayer, Penitential Psalms, Prayer for the Holy Souls in Purgatory, Prayer for the Forgotten Dead, Novena for the Dead, and Chaplet for the Faithful Departed are among the prayers one can access though the website’s Prayer page.
Undasonline.com was set up by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Media Office to primarily to reach overseas Filipino workers and seafarers who find it hard to observe All Saints’ and Souls Days on November 1 and 2 because of their remoteness to their hometowns and their departed loved one’s final resting place.
Through the website, OFWs may request Masses to be celebrated for their beloved dead on the occasion of “Undas.” CBCP Media Office director Msgr. Pedro Quitorio III said submitted names of the dead would be included in the intention of Mass that will be celebrated at the CBCP Chapel from November 1 to 8 at 11:30 a.m. Names can be email to email@example.com.
The website also includes resources about the All Saints’ and Souls’ Days, Praying for the Dead and Gaining Indulgences, and Catechism, Liturgical Notes and Papal Message about the Departed. (YouthPinoy)