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Fictitious Place
    Name derived from the Latin 'limbus' meaning 'edge,' referring to the edge of Hell
    Consists of two parts:
    Limbo of the Patriarchs for people who died in the friendship of God but could not enter Heaven until after Christ's crucifixion
    Limbo of Infants for those who died too young to commit personal sins but had never been baptized to be freed of original sin
    The Limbo of Infants has no Biblical basis.
    It is not an official part of Catholic doctrine.
    Basically, its inhabitants are kept from God because of factors they had no control over.
    It is knee-deep in babies.
    Sending people to Limbo is like voting 'Undecided' on -- make a decision, dammit!
    Unlike Hell or Purgatory, its inhabitants are not punished.
    The residents of the Limbo of the Patriarchs were freed by Jesus in the 'Harrowing of Hell.'
    A theological study commissioned by John Paul II suggested that God could allow unbaptized infants to go directly to Heaven.
    If you are reading this, odds are you are neither an infant (unbaptized or otherwise) nor a pre-Christian patriarch, so you can cross Limbo off your list of future destinies.

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