Purgatory

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Pugatory is a belief that is unique to the Roman Catholic Church. Other Christian denominations reject the concept. The Roman Catholic Church teaches that purgatory is a place or state of punishment or purification that occurs after death for Christians before they can enter heaven. It is not hell, because hell is a permanent state - eternal separation from God. Purgatory is only a temporary state, and once purified, the Christian enters heaven.

The word "Purgatory" comes from the Latin word purgare, meaning "to purify."

Purgatory is intimately connected to a few other Catholic ideas: substitutionary atonement, indulgences, and prayers for the dead.

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