Society of St. Peter the Apostle
Mass Offerings for Mission Priests
When a Mass offering is made to The Society of St. Peter Apostle, the stipend is sent to the missions, along with the name of the person or intention for whom the Mass is to be celebrated. Priests serving the Church in Africa, Asia and South America unite themselves and their congregations to you in the clearest sign of our Church’s universality – the Eucharist.
Father Bernard Zulu of the Diocese of Chipata, Zambia is a recipient of Mass Offerings. Father lives in one of the largest and poorest dioceses in his country. The territory ‘s one paved road covers the length of the diocese – 400 miles. Despite the vast area, Chipata has only 51 priests to serve a population of almost 430,000 Catholics.
None of the priests receive a salary; instead, they depend on the kindness of parishioners, who themselves may live in poverty.
Father Bernard writes, “Your donors’ support is truly life giving and an extraordinary experience. We are able to do more pastoral ministry with less personal worries.” Please help us support the ministry of priests in the missions by having Masses offered in the names of family and friends.
For more information, call our office at 617-542-1776 or email email@example.com
The benefits are both earthly and eternal.
Your offering for a Mass to be celebrated in the missions will be shared with priests who minister for little to no salary. Your gift will enable them to bring the Sacraments of the Church to needy rural outposts of our faith. Your intention or loved ones name will be said at the altar of a mission priest during Mass.
Please note that to ensure the mission priest receives the full offering, the online bank processing fee will be added to your gift.
Please choose if your intention is living or deceased.
Mass to be Celebrated for the Deceased
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