Spread the Word

Giving money isn’t the only way to support. Give your approval by speaking about it with people. Let them know that this is happening. Inspire them to join. Show them how important this project is for the future of the Priesthood, of the Faith, of Catholicism.

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One of the most effective means of gaining support in the community and showing one’s support of a cause is to become a part of it. By organizing fundraising events in your area, you are not only raising the necessary funds for the completion of this project, but also giving an example to one who is inspired by the profound necessity of this project. People just like you are already taking up the cause and making a difference. We all have our part to play if this project is to be completed. Will you join in and help?  Let us know by filling in the information below.


With your contribution, you will not only be helping the building of the new seminary, but you are also investing in the future. You are investing in the priesthood. Within the walls of this building, young men will be formed into holy priests.

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Don’t worry if you cannot give as much as you want at one time. Make a pledge to give a certain amount each month for as long as you like. Some make their pledges last a year. Others have committed to give their amount until the project is completed.

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Perpetual Mass Fund

With the commitment to give a total $10,000 or more over any period of time, you and your family will be included in the perpetual Mass fund. Each year, a novena of Masses will be celebrated for the living and deceased family members each May and November.

Perpetual Mass Fund

Operation 5000

Operation 5000 gives you the chance to be remembered. By donating a total of $5000 your name will be inscribed on a plaque in a seminarian’s room. You will be remembered in his daily prayers. It will stand as a reminder of your commitment and devotion to the new seminary and the priesthood.

Operation 5000