Definitions for "Purgatory"
Keywords:  sin, expiate, heaven, catholic, grace
Tending to cleanse; cleansing; expiatory.
A state or place of purification after death; according to the Roman Catholic creed, a place, or a state believed to exist after death, in which the souls of persons are purified by expiating such offenses committed in this life as do not merit eternal damnation, or in which they fully satisfy the justice of God for sins that have been forgiven. After this purgation from the impurities of sin, the souls are believed to be received into heaven.
A place of expiation where a soul that has died in grace and is saved is sent to purge the shortcomings of his soul and also pay for the sins he has committed, it is the impermanent part of Hell. More
Keywords:  album, nicko, tossers, trax, airplay
Purgatory is Chicago Celtic Punk band The Tossers fourth studio album. It was released in 2003 on Thick Records and was their last album with the label.
"Purgatory" is Iron Maiden's fifth single and second single from the Killers album. This song is a remake of a very early Iron Maiden song originally called "Floating" which they used to play live during 1976 to 1977. According to current drummer Nicko Mc Brain, "Purgatory" is a faster re-arrangement of the original.
Purgatory was a band from Cleveland formed in the early 1980s. They were perhaps best known for their 1986 album Tied To The Trax, which received airplay on the old Z Rock.
Keywords:  edel, uli, fantasy, western, film
Purgatory is a 1999 western fantasy film directed by Uli Edel.
Sacrifice for the dead is mentioned and a final testing and refining by fire.
"Purgatory" is the 106th episode of the television series Third Watch and the 18th episode of the 5th season.