Irish Pallottines Wyandotte Michigan

Irish Pallottines
3352 4th Street
Wyandotte, MI 48192

(734) 285-2966

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Donation Options For Our Cause

There are a number of ways to Donate to the Irish Pallottine Mission.  You can donate one-time or you can subscribe to donate on a monthly or annual basis. Both options can be found below.

The Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Irish Pallottine Fathers) are part of the "United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington, DC" for the purposes of 501(c)3.

The Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Irish Pallottine Fathers) will issue letters towards 501(c)3 donations, in which we will acknowledge all cash amounts received. All other donations received will describe ‘the donation’ and not add a value; this may be determined by the donor on their tax-return form.

If you require a letter of confirmation in relation to your donation please advise us and we will be delighted to assist you. Thank you very much for your generosity.  We couldn't do our good works without your help!

The Irish Pallottine Missionaries currently have a number of projects which can help fund through your generosity.

Below you can make a 'General Donation' to our work allowing the Irish Pallottines to put your generosity to use at our discretion.  We thank you for your support!

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DAF Donations

The Pallottine Community now accept Donation directly from Donor Advised Funds which allows donors to make a charitable contribution, and receive an immediate tax deduction. The Pallottines will use your generous donation as per your recommnndations.

Giving through DAF Direct means there are no transaction fees—Once approved, 100% of your donation goes to the Pallottine Missionary Works.

6 days ago

Irish Pallottines
In Memory of Fr Eugene Lynch SACThe Dash Poem by Linda Ellis: I read of a man who stood to speakAt the funeral of a friendHe referred to the dates on the tombstoneFrom the the endHe noted that first came the date of birthAnd spoke the following date with tears,But he said what mattered most of allWas the dash between those yearsFor that dash represents all the timeThat they spent alive on earth.And now only those who loved themKnow what that little line is worthFor it matters not, how much we own,The cars...the house...the cash.What matters is how we live and loveAnd how we spend our dash.So, think about this long and hard.Are there things you'd like to change?For you never know how much time is leftThat can still be rearranged.If we could just slow down enoughTo consider what's true and realAnd always try to understandThe way other people feel.And be less quick to angerAnd show appreciation moreAnd love the people in our livesLike we've never loved before.If we treat each other with respectAnd more often wear a smile,Remembering this special dashMight only last a little whileSo, when your eulogy is being readWith your life's actions to rehash...Would you be proud of the things they sayAbout how you spent YOUR dash? ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Irish Pallottines
Wednesday the 8th of December is The Feast of The Immaculate Conception. For Catholics a Holy Day of Obligation. During the Apparitions at Lourdes in 1858 young Bernadette Soubirious asked The Lady What was Her Name. The Apparition which was Mary The Mother of Jesus. Replied to Young Bernadette. " I Am The Immaculate Conception ". After the Apparition Bernadette went straight away & told The Parish Priest of Lourdes. From then on he Stood By Bernadette. ... See MoreSee Less
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