What is to offer a Mass?

One of the best acts of charity a person can perform is to offer a mass for a friend or relative, a deceased person or even themselves. The greatest action we can perform is nothing in comparison to what God himself has disposed in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Frecuently Asked Questions

Mass Intentions can be offered for the following:

• A deceased loved one

• A living person who is sick or suffering

• A living person who is celebrating a birthday, anniversary or other special moment

• In thanksgiving to God (including the Lord Jesus or the Holy Spirit)

• In thanksgiving for a prayer from a Blessed or a Saint

• For a prayer intention (so long as the intention does not contradict Church teaching)

A Mass intention may not be set for: A unknown or "private" intention or an intention that contradicts Catholic moral doctrine.

Beyond of the spiritual benefit that you are receiving from the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the blessing from being a contributor to the needed missions that the Church encourages.

If you are unable to provide a donation, do not be discouraged. Even if you are not able to make a contribution please submit the name of the person using this form and your intention will be included in the common intention of prayer by our community.

Gregorian masses are a series of 30 consecutive masses offered for the soul of our deceased. More info.

Forms

Complete the following form to request an intention. In the message part, specify the intention. Once you press send, you will be redirected to a Paypal page to make the payment of the financial contribution.

Complete the following form to request an intention. In the message part, specify the intention. Once you press send, you will be redirected to a Paypal page to make the payment of the financial contribution.