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The American Association offers Mass Cards to our members through Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. The Mass Card is a beautiful portfolio with the Armorial Bearings of the Order on the front, a picture of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, the home church of the Association, and a beautiful page that you can personalize with the name of the donor and the name of the person(s) for whom the Mass will be offered. Masses can be offered for the repose of the soul of a loved one and for the intentions of someone who is living.
The Mass Card is presented in a 9″ x 11.5″ white leatherette booklet. Each booklet will come with two pages to be personalized, one for a Mass for a deceased person and one for a Mass for someone’s special intentions.
Mass Card recipients are remembered during Mass offered by Missionaries who are serving in third world countries. While some Masses may be offered at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, the limited number of Masses available here and the high volume of requests that the Cathedral receives makes it impossible for all of them to be offered at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Msgr. Ritchie will make all arrangements for the Masses to be said.
In addition, once a year, all of the prior year’s Mass Card recipients will be remembered in a special Mass at the Lady Chapel at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on or near the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.
Click here to order Mass Cards for Lourdes, offered by the Boston Area.
The minimum requested donation is $60.00 per Mass Card. If you would like to pay by check, please click here to download the Mass Card form and submit it to the New York Office. Completed forms can be mailed, emailed, or faxed. Please see the Mass Card form for more details.
Your pre-paid Mass Card(s) will be mailed to you for use as you need them. When you wish to use one, return the Recipient Information Post Card which will be included with the Mass Card. A Mass will then be arranged as you requested.
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