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Do the deceased who don’t have Masses said on their behalf miss out on graces?


Is it really the teaching of the Church that Masses for the dead help the specific souls named by the priest in some way that others miss out on? That would be unfair to those, who through no fault of their own, don&#039;t have the intellect, money, or survivors to make such arrangements. Can you help me understand?<br />


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