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By Kennedy Hall, OnePeterFive, Dec. 4, 2021

Kennedy Hall is a contributing editor for OnePeterFive. He is the author Terror of Demons: Reclaiming Traditional Catholic Masculinity (forthcoming from TAN) and Family Be Damned, a novel published by Our Lady of Victory Press. …

Continuing in our theme of the traditional mediation of the Four Last Things, this week we will consider the reality of Judgement. To begin, we must distinguish between the two forms of judgement that pertain to our eternal life.

First, we will each experience our own Particular Judgement. This means that we will stand before Our Lord and give an account of our lives immediately following our death. God willing, we will die in a State of Grace, and although our particular judgement might be humiliating, we will have the assurance of salvation through a holy death.

The second form of judgement is the General Judgement. At the General Judgement, Our Lord in His Second Coming will judge the entirety of the human race. There will be no secrets and not a single person will be able to hide from the clarity of Heaven’s judgement on the iniquity of the human race. …

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