Translation for 'purgatory' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a purgatory | purgatories
purgatory {noun}
чистилище {ср}
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Translation for 'purgatory' from English to Bulgarian

purgatory {noun}
чистилище {ср}религ.
Usage Examples English
  • While in purgatory, she discovered that every nine years after a person dies, they can returned to earth around Halloween and live as a mortal.
  • Immediately upon death each person undergoes the particular judgment, and depending upon one's behavior on earth, goes to heaven, purgatory, or hell.
  • Purgatorial societies are Roman Catholic Church associations or confraternities which aim to assist souls in purgatory reach heaven.
  • The Visio of Fursey is recognized to contain one of the earliest coherent expressions of the idea of purgatory, which would not reach its fullest form until some six hundred years after Fursey's death.
  • As the doctrines of heaven and hell and (Catholic) purgatory developed, non-canonical Christian literature began to develop an elaborate mythology about these locations.

  • While Wessel rejected the Catholic doctrine of purgatory, he did not absolutely reject a similar concept.
  • In Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy", Cato is portrayed as the guardian of the mountain of Purgatory (Cantos I–II).
  • Thomas Cranmer would himself later subscribe to Frith's views on purgatory, and published the 42 articles which explicitly denied purgatory.
  • The Chiesa del Purgatorio ("Church of the Purgatory"), also called the "Chiesa delle Santissime Anime del Purgatorio") is a Roman Catholic church located on Piazza della Repubblica in the city of Ragusa, in southern Sicily, Italy.
  • These people are condemned to expiate their sins in Purgatory.

  • Across the Western world charity and purgatory became the two themes that were often in conflict.
  • Peter believed that purgatory is an example of the Church corrupting the New Testament by adding traditions, thus he denied the doctrine of purgatory.
  • Medieval theologians accepted the association of purgatory with fire.
  • His name is an anagram of "purgatory;" however, the show producers have stated on more than one occasion that the survivors are not in purgatory.
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