Author of award-winning Catholic fiction
Faith-filled fiction for children, teens, new adults, and adults.
igniting charity for the holy souls
by Theresa Linden
Faith-filled Christians know how to love. Granted, we aren’t perfect, but we wake up every morning to care for our children, go to work to provide for our families, embrace our religious vocation—or fulfill whatever responsibilities God calls us to. We give up little things countless times a day so that we can please God and others. Because we know Jesus, the source of love, we know that love is about sacrifice—sacrificing our comfort, money, time, and will—for the sake of another. Through our prayers, words, actions, and donations, our love encompasses not only those we personally know but those we’ve never met.
And while all this is true, I can’t help but think one group is often forgotten: the souls in purgatory (aka the Church Suffering). God desires our prayers on their behalf because He longs for those souls to be with Him in heaven but also because it helps us grow in holiness.
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Presentation titles include:
"The Power of a Story
in the Life of Faith"
"Igniting Charity for
the Suffering Souls"
"Sharing the Adventure"
"Confidence in the Truth"
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Click HERE for her interview of Theresa Linden from August 21, 2019.
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tortured soul adult fiction
Set in modern times, this supernatural thriller is loosely
based on the apparitions to Eugenie von der Leyen (1867-1929).
"Theresa Linden’s Tortured Soul gives an accurate,
captivating, and 'novel' way for readers to learn about and better understand the Church’s teaching on purgatory. Thank you, Theresa!"