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Old 11th August 2017, 08:21 PM
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Mirjana asked our lady why God cant save souls that are already in hell. Our lady replied that souls in hell dont want to pray anymore and that they hate God even more then they did on earth.

Yes, they have no grace at all, neither habitual grace, nor actual graces.
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Old 12th September 2020, 08:19 PM
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The Apostle St. Jude also tells us that there are souls in Hell:

{1:6} And truly, the Angels, who did not keep to their first place, but instead abandoned their own domiciles, he has reserved with perpetual chains under darkness, unto the great day of judgment.
{1:7} And also Sodom and Gomorrah, and the adjoining cities, in similar ways, having given themselves over to fornication and to the pursuing of other flesh, were made an example, suffering the punishment of eternal fire.

Those who gave themselves over to actual mortal sins of fornication (and the like) from Sodom and Gomorrah, and the adjoining cities, are suffering the punishment of eternal fire. That eternal fire is non other than Hell.

By this teaching, we can clearly know that there are many souls suffering in Hell. This leaves no room for us to hope and pray that "no one is in Hell".
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Default At Mass, we are implicitly taught that not all are saved.

We hear from the priest (in persona-Christi) say the following words of Consecration:

"...Take this, all of you, and drink from it: This is the cup of my blood, the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for many so that sins may be forgiven. Do this in memory of me.

The transition into English from the Latin was recently corrected from "for all" to "for many". The previous translation did not affect the validity of the consecration at all for, certainly, Christ died for us all.

But notice that the "for many" indicates that, even though Christ died for us all, "not all" accept this gift of salvation (sins be forgiven). Many do, but not "all". This is taken from the infallible written Word of God (Matthew 26:28 ).

Therefore, not all are saved (unfortunately, or course, by their free will decisions).
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