Judgement Day, according to Christian belief, will come after the Resurrection of the Dead and the Second Coming. It is when God will make his final judgement on mankind. This concept is found not only in the Christian faith, but also in Judaism and Islam.
It is believed by the Roman Catholic Church that Sanctifying Grace will make the soul holy, that is, place it in a state of grace. On dying, these souls will pass into purgatory or go straight to heaven. If a mortal sin is committed, they lose this state of supernatural grace.
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame" was a film made in 1939, based on the classic novel by Victor Hugo. Charles Laughton played the part of the hunchback, Quasimodo.
These are the words of the Sacrament:
Through this Holy Unction or oil, and through the great goodness of His mercy, may God pardon thee whatever sins thou hast committed by evil use of sight (sight, hearing, smell, taste and speech, touch ability to walk).
Founded by Fr Paul Cullen in 1888, "The Messenger of the Sacred Heart" had a circulation of 73,000 by 1904. It was distributed by volunteers recruited by priests, teachers, housewives and farmers and in this way it reached the most remote parts of the country. These volunteers often continued through subsequent generations.
The readership today is over 300,000.