In time for All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day, church-run Radio Veritas announced that the Our Lady of Veritas Commemorative Electronic Mass cards are now available with no price tags attached to them.
Radio Veritas said the E-Mass card may particularly be offered to the families of frontliners and victims who died during this coronavirus pandemic.
A Mass card, which is usually obtained from a parish, is sent to the grieving family who lost a loved one indicating that the sender has arranged for a Mass to be said in memory of the deceased.
“In memory of our fallen front liners who fought hard during this pandemic, we offer you the Our Lady of Veritas Commemorative Electronic Mass card to be offered to the family of our fallen heroes and victims,” Veritas said in its website.
It added that the E-Mass card may be sent via electronic mail.
Radio Veritas said there is no price for the E-Mass card, but those who will purchase it may choose to give a love offering or donation through DZRV Radio Veritas Foundation, Incorporated: Metrobank Savings Account No.: 076-3-076270210/Banco De Oro Savings Account No.: 001-630011876/BPI Savings Account No.: 0213-3251-91/and PNB – Savings account No.: 105-910-013-0910.
To avail of the E-Mass card, visit www.veritas846.ph/undasveritas2020 and provide the necessary details such as your name, contact number, email, name of the frontliner, and the receiver’s name and email.
The announcement was made in time for the observance of All Saints’ and All Souls’ Days on November 1 and 2 when Catholics honor the souls in heaven (Church triumphant), and pray for the souls in purgatory (Church penitent).