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To make your donation via PayPal or credit card, please indicate the ammount of donationand and the currency below and then click the "Donazione" button below that; on the next page click on the word "Continua" and choose your country, this will bring up the form in the language of that country. Note that country names are in Italian: Stati Uniti => United States of America U.S.A. Thank You.

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This is a way of contributing through the fruit of your own labor to the good of the Church through the sustenance of the celebrant and the evangelization and works of charity of the Church. The offering proposed for the celebration is 10 Euro according to the indications of the Italian Bishops. You may offer what you wish. Please note that it is not possible to celebrate a Mass intention on a particular day or to indicate the date it will be celebrated since the Masses are celebrated in the order that the request is received.

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Gregorian Masses are celebrated for 30 consecutive days.
The practice of Gregorian Masses goes back to a tradition beginning with Pope St. Gregory the Great (540-604). According to legend, a deceased monk appeared and requested 30 Masses to be celebrated for the release of his soul from purgatory. On completion of the stipulated days the deceased monk appeared once more radiant in heavenly glory. After this revelation, the practice of celebrating thirty consecutive masses for a deceased person began.
This practice was first approved by a Decree of the Congregation of Indulgences of March 15, 1884. The present regulation stems from a declaration published by the Sacred Congregation of Divine Worship on Feb. 24, 1967.
The Gregorian Mass is a series of 30 consecutive celebrations generally celebrated by the same priest. Because of this greater burden, the offering for the 30 Masses is generally more substantial.

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