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Request traditional Masses from missionaries

Ever wished you could ask missionaries to offer traditional Masses for your loved ones – living & deceased – and for all your intentions?

Now you can. And it’s easy.

Operation Mission Stipends is an ongoing project of NCCL “Looking East”.

Just click here to download a form which you can post directly to NCCL, 621 Jordan Circle, Whitehall PA 18052-7119.

Or, cut and paste the text from the same .pdf form and e-mail your request to NCCL.

Your generous donation to the missionaries will go a long way to help spread the Gospel and the Kingdom.

NCCL sends to them 100% of the stipends collected.

In turn, the priests offer the Holy Sacrifice according to one of the traditional Catholic Liturgies (holy Mass in the Ethiopian/Ge’ez, Constantinopalitan, or extraordinary Roman rites) “for the intentions of the giver” – e.g. your loved ones, living and deceased.

These courageous priests, known to NCCL for years, work daily under dangerous, life-threatening conditions, amidst Muslims and fervent anti-Catholics, offering their labors also for your salvation. Among the poorest of the poor, they lack stable, reliable income to support themselves, let alone the basic material needs for those who depend on them.

To send your Mass stipends, please return the form with a donation payable to NCCL. Make a note on the check, “Operation Mission Stipends”.

Or donate securely online via PayPal. Just click here to get started. Then, at the bottom of the web page that will open, click on the “Make a Donation” PayPal button.


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