Purgatory vs Sabbatine - What's the difference?

purgatory | sabbatine |


As adjectives the difference between purgatory and sabbatine

is that purgatory is tending to cleanse; expiatory while sabbatine is of or relating to an indulgence granted to the carmelite order in 1322 which promised liberation from purgatory on the saturday after death.

As a noun purgatory

is (theology) in catholicism, the stage of the afterlife where souls suffer for their sins before they can enter heaven.

purgatory

Noun

  • (theology) In Catholicism, the stage of the afterlife where souls suffer for their sins before they can enter heaven
  • any situation causing suffering
  • Derived terms

    * purgatorial

    See also

    * heaven * hell * limbo

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Tending to cleanse; expiatory.
  • (Burke)

    sabbatine

    English

    (Sabbatine Privilege) (Carmelite order)

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Of or relating to an indulgence granted to the Carmelite order in 1322 which promised liberation from purgatory on the Saturday after death.