Pray for your Loved Ones and Support our Apostolate
Submit your Request for Masses here ...
We are aware how difficult it is today to find a priest to offer the traditional Latin Mass for your intentions. To help you in this regard we accept Mass intentions via this website. This means that you can have Mass offered for your loved ones, living and deceased, confident in knowing that it will be offered according to the traditional Rite of Mass as stipulated by Pope St. Pius V and the Council of Trent. All you need to do is complete the form below and send us your Mass stipend.
To Request a Mass
Click on the link below and submit the Mass request form. Make sure you specify for each intention whether it is for the living or the deceased, Catholic or non-Catholic, and whether any specific date is requested for the Mass. You may also include other pertinent information, such as the reason you wish the Mass to be offered, for example, a birthday or anniversary, illness, and so on.
To Send Stipend
The suggested Mass Stipend is $25.00 (U.S. Dollars), which goes towards the support of our priests in their daily apostolate. Simply adjust the figure in the box on the form according to the number of Masses you wish to be offered, and may God answer all your prayers and reward you for your support of The Guild of St. Peter ad Vincula.
Submit Mass Intentions
The Mass Schedule
To Know When Your Mass Will Be Said
Check the Dean’s Mass Schedule every week on his Infant of Prague Mission web page to see when your Mass will be offered. Masses are generally scheduled in the order the requests are received. The Dean will try to accommodate requests for a Mass on a specific date, providing he is given sufficient advance notice (a minimum of one week is required, except in emergencies).
Due to the difficulty in committing to a schedule of nine or thirty consecutive Masses, the Dean is unable to accommodate requests for Novenas and Gregorian Masses at this time. He respectfully asks that you limit your intentions to no more than four per month until such time as he is able to accommodate more Masses.