THE FOUR LAST THINGS ----
DEATH, JUDGMENT, HELL and HEAVEN
FATHER MARTIN VON COCHEM, O.S.F.C.
Father Martin von Cochem was born at Cochem, on the Moselle,
year 1625, and died at Waghausel in 1712.
“Remember thy last end, and thou shalt never sin.”
HOLY REDEEMER LIBRARY
Nihil Obstat: Thomas L
Kinkead, Censor Liborium
Imprimatur: Michael Augustine
--- Archbishop of New York (New York
October 5, 1899)
Copyright, 1899, by Benziger Brothers
Generously contributed by Derrick
PART I. ON DEATH.
I. On the Terrors of Death.
II. On the Assaults of Satan at the Hour
III. On the Apparition of the Spirits of
IV. On the Fear of Hell.
V. On the Judgment.
PART II. THE LAST JUDGMENT.
I. On the Signs that shall Precede the
II. On the Resurrection of the Dead.
III. On the Manner in which the Good and
will be Conducted to the Place of Judgment.
IV. How all Men will Await Christ’s Coming
in the Vale of Josaphat.
V. On the Appearance of Christ’s Cross in
VI. On the Advent of the Judge.
VII. On the Manner in which Christ will
take His Place on the
VIII. On the Reason why Christs Appearance
on the Day of Final Judgment
will be Terrible,
and on the Heinousness of Mortal Sin.
IX. On the Manner in which the Final
Judgment will be Commenced.
X. On the Length of Time that the Final
Judgment will Last.
XI. On the Publication of the Sentence
Passed upon the Good and the
XII. How the Damned will ask in Vain for
Mercy, and will be cast down
XIII. How the Blessed will go up into
Heaven after the Judgment.
PART III. ON HELL.
I. On the Fire of Hell.
II. On the Hunger and Thirst Suffered in
III. On the Vile Odors of Hell.
IV. Some Other Torments of Hell.
V. On the Company of Hell.
VI. On the Loss of the Beatific Vision of
VII. The Worm that Dieth Not.
VIII. On Eternity.
PART IV. ON HEAVEN.
I. On the Nature of Heaven.
II. On the Joys of Heaven.
III. On the Joys of Heaven (Continued).
IV. On the Number of the Saved.
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PRAYERS FOR A HAPPY DEATH