The diametrically opposing views of death, especially the case of holy mother Mary, that she did not die, according to Mariologists have championed for the interpretation of one’s death in Catholic Church. In addition, the Catholic followers believe that there is life after death and that the followers of Christ have an everlasting life (Wildes, 2002). This is because the Catholic Church speaks of the existence of words of pardon. For example, if a Catholic believer dies, Christ’s words of pardon and absolution are said over the dying Christian. The assumption in this perspective is that the prayers and the gracious words help to seal the spirit of the believer with strengthening anointing. The philosophical belief of the Catholic Church on canonization and that every man on earth would receive his eternal retribution in his immortal soul at the very moment of one’s death is the reason behind the affirming of this doctrine in the Catholic Church (Himes, 2001). The accreditation that St. Paul vision approves of heaven occupied by many, who are not Canonized, and the subsequent follow-up by the church to honor these men and women in the Solemnity of All Saints is a proof that there were differing social understanding of one’s death hence this religious belief came to be.In fact, the CatholicChurch prays for their dead and never in a single day do they assume that the dead are in heaven for this would deprive them of the Masses and prayers that would help them pass through purification easily.