Terry Modica & Fr. Joseph KimuGood News Ministries and Monsignor Joseph Kimu invite you to give the gift of a Mass Intention.

Mass Intentions are a form of intercessory prayer that allow you to join your prayers to a priest’s prayers as he offers Mass. A Mass Intention is a gift of prayer that you can give to yourself, a loved one, a couple, a family member or a friend.

Father Joseph, our chaplain who is serving in Malawi, Central Africa, wants to help with the financial needs of Good News Ministries by offering Holy Masses for your intentions. The suggested donation for a Prayer Request’s Mass Stipend is $25; however, we are grateful for any amount you wish to donate.

Your donation is a tangible sign of your participation in Father Joseph’s Mass and in the spiritual works of Good News Ministries.

Prayer requests can be offered for any need; in addition to praying for the souls of the deceased, you might also want to pray for loved ones (living or passed) in honor of their Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries, Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Graduations, Ordinations, and Solemn Professions.

The Mass is the most powerful of all prayers since it is a participation in the redemptive act of Jesus Christ. Throughout history, it has been known as a sure means of assisting both the living and deceased in their healing and spiritual purification.

If you cannot make a donation, please send your prayer requests to the Good News Prayer Network instead.


Ready to make a donation?
What is your Mass Intention?

Monsignor Kimu will let you know when he will offer Mass for your intentions.

Good News Ministries of Tampa Bay is a non-profit (IRS 501C3) in the United States of America. Financial donations by U.S. citizens might be fully deductible for federal tax purposes, under section 170 of the ‘Internal Revenue Code’. Donations are tax deductible for US residents.

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