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Package of measures for plenary indulgence “Holy Year 2025”



With the “Holy Year 2025,” Pope Francis is once again showing all his mercy. A plenary indulgence is possible. But this is only possible after completing a whole package of measures.

Complete indulgence possible

With the proclaimed “Holy Year 2025,” faithful Catholics will once again have the opportunity to shorten their time in purgatory. The distribution of indulgences by the pontiff continues to flourish. The voices of protest against the Roman Catholic Church’s sale of indulgences, which began with the 95 theses posted on the castle church in Wittenberg on October 31, 1517, have now completely fallen silent. There is no more protest (Info).

Interior view of St. Peter's Basilica
Sun worship presented in all modesty

The “Holy Year 2025” is an occasion for the Roman Church to celebrate an anniversary indulgence. However, this shortening of the time in purgatory does not just happen. Here the believers have to perform a certain amount. No “performance and no return” is the motto of the Holy See. The Vatican has now published the conditions for receiving an indulgence (Source). A package of measures that believing Catholics must adhere to. Otherwise, the sentence remains in purgatory.

Conditions for indulgence

In principle, this anniversary indulgence only applies to baptized Catholics. This probably goes without saying. Furthermore, the believer must not be excluded from communion, i.e. excommunicated. In addition, the Catholic needs the blessing of his trusted priest, who gave absolution after confessing sins. As always, the focus here is on participation in the Eucharist and is therefore also a prerequisite for shortening the purgatory period through an anniversary indulgence.

With the letter, the Vatican reminds confessors of their duties. They are required to teach believers “lovingly about the seriousness of sins.” However, this instruction must be met with reservations and censure. The confessor must determine appropriate penitential measures and call on the believers to make amends.

If these basic requirements are met, then the believer can work with hope to receive an indulgence. The Vatican has put together a small catalog for this purpose.

A pious pilgrimage

The Pontiff, also known as the “Holy Father” within the Church, grants indulgences after a “pious pilgrimage”. The goals are set:

Rome – The “Most Holy Savior” in the Lateran, the four papal basilicas of St. Peter in the Vatican, St. Paul Outside the Walls and St. Mary Maggiore are available there.

Holy Land – Anyone who makes a pilgrimage to Israel with full hope can choose the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem and the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth.

Alternative regions – The pilgrims also have access to a place designated by the local ordinary in their respective regions for the hopefully won anniversary indulgence. These are usually selected churches or other “holy places”. The “local church” will provide information about this.

However, simply walking to one of the pilgrims’ domiciles is not enough. Once you have reached your destination, the “Holy Mass” is once again mandatory. This is intended for reconciliation and forgiveness of sins. The program would then include a ritual mass for the administration of the sacraments, anointing of the sick, liturgy of the hours, Marian rosary, penitential celebration with a final individual confession.

Visit holy places piously

Vatican Basilica
The Vatican – Historically assured unchanging character

If you are not comfortable with pilgrimage or are not able to do so, you can also visit one of the “holy places” selected for the “Holy Year 2025” in order to receive the anniversary indulgence. No matter whether as an individual or in a group. The main thing is to be pious. But going back and forth again is not an option. Visitors are required to stay in this Jubilee site for an “appropriate amount of time” in “Eucharistic adoration and meditation.” The entire ritual must be concluded with the Lord’s Prayer. The obligation also includes the profession of faith and the invocation of Mary.

There would also remain hope for all faithful Catholics if they are unable to undertake a pilgrimage or a “pious visit.” For this to happen, the believer must be “truly repentant.” These can receive the Jubilee Indulgence if they are united in spirit with the believers present at one of the “holy places”. This is especially true when the words of the pontiff or diocesan bishop are disseminated through the media. For those, the Lord’s Prayer, the Creed and other prayers that correspond to the goals of the “Holy Year” apply.

Good works

Believers can also receive an indulgence if they take part in further training events on the texts of the Second Vatican Council and the Catechism of the Catholic Church “in a pious spirit”. Pious participation in popular missions and retreats also opens the way for an anniversary indulgence. These events will take place in a church or other appropriate places, according to the Pope’s will.

Special quota – 2 indulgences per day

According to the Roman Church, indulgences are tied to “works of mercy and penance.” Actually, in the Roman Catholic Church only one indulgence is granted per day. But on the occasion of the “Holy Year 2025” there may also be 2 indulgences per day. But! While the first plenary indulgence can be used for oneself, the second indulgence can only be used for a deceased person. However, this enables believers to carry out the “laudable exercise of supernatural charity”. Believers who still live on earth, together with those “who have already completed their path, are united in the mystical body of Christ.”

The whole pagan blasphemy package

Such a “Holy Year” of the Roman Catholic Church is apparently used to bring the entire arsenal of arrogance and blasphemy to bear. Pretty much everything that makes this person described in the Bible as a “man of sin”

The whole package of practiced paganism contains:
– Pilgrims
– Purgatory concept
– indulgences (trading)
– Eucharist
– Forgiveness of sins by priests
– Invocation to Mary
– Death cult
– Rosary
– Mystical Body of Christ


Christianity according to the Gospel does not know pilgrimage to “holy places”. This practice was or is always a ritual of paganism, dating back to ancient times. When the disciples traveled through the country with Jesus Christ and also in the time after Jesus’ ascension, it was exclusively for the spread of the Gospel. But never for the supposed achievement of any kind of salvation after arriving at a defined “holy place”.

Purgatory concept

Merciful Pope ‘granted’ indulgence from Purgatory

The concept of purgatory is exclusive to the Roman Catholic Church. There is nothing about this to be found in the Bible. This idea primarily created the necessary fear among people so that they would submit to the paganism of Catholicism and also promoted the sale of indulgences, which was once extremely profitable in monetary terms. Purgatory, indulgences and, last but not least, the Catholic image of hell contributed enormously to creating a completely false image of God in people’s minds (Info).


It is no coincidence that the Eucharist plays a central role in the Roman Catholic Church. This ritual is the concentration of blasphemy against God and the greatest possible mockery of Jesus Christ – more info.

Forgiveness of sins

“Who can forgive sins but God alone?” even the Pharisees asked. As a matter of fact. Sins are violations of God’s law. But the Roman Catholic Church presumes to be able to simply forgive these sins through a sinful person, the priest. According to Catholic teaching, God even has to submit to the priest’s decisions. But this is only one important point within the blasphemies of this church (Info).

Marian devotion

The ‘deified’ Catholic Mary

The “Mother of God”, who, according to equally exclusive Catholic teaching, ascended to heaven and resides there as queen. The intercessor between the priest and Jesus. “No one comes to the Father except through me,” said Jesus Christ in John 14:6. But for the Church of Rome, people only come to the Father through the church, the priest, Mary (alternatively “Saint”) and only then to Jesus. It is obvious that the Catholic Mary is merely a cover for the secretly worshiped Egyptian pagan goddess Isis – more info.

The cult of the dead practiced by this church is linked to Egyptian mythology. But the Bible speaks clearly. These adored “saints” cannot exist at all, since humans do not have an immortal soul at all (Info).


The rosary prayer in its various forms is a relic of paganism. An endless babble of prayer formulas. “You shall not babble like the Gentiles,” says the Bible – Infos.

Mystical Body of Christ

The so-called mystical body of Christ has it all. Very hidden in this teaching is that Jesus Christ did not come in the flesh. This was only possible because of Mary’s “immaculateness”. (Denial – more info). But it is precisely through this teaching that the Roman Catholic Church proves what it actually represents, as stated in 2. John 1:7 describes:
For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.

The evidence is already overwhelming. You just have to want to see them – Infos.

And he shall plant the tabernacles of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end, and none shall help him.
Daniel 11:45

Bible verses from King James Version

Package of measures for plenary indulgence “Holy Year 2025”
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