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Since 1732, the Redemptorists — a congregation of missionary priests and brothers — have followed in Jesus’ footsteps, preaching the Word and serving the poor and most abandoned.
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Perpetual Help Center

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In 1866 His Holiness Pope Pius IX placed in the hands of The Redemptorists the challenge to make Our Mother of Perpetual Help known throughout the world. It is the founding principle of the Perpetual Help Center.

The mission of the Perpetual Help Center today is to share the beauty of our faith by offering Mass enrollment cards that honor loved ones, both living and deceased. Those who enroll find healing, forgiveness, comfort, and renewal in Christ, the Redeemer.

The vision of the Perpetual Help Center is aligned with the teaching of our Catholic faith and the mission of the Redemptorists, which centers on the Mass and the Eucharist.

If you would like more information, please feel free to contact Theresa Montminy at the new location of the Perpetual Help Center in Philadelphia. May the Redeemer and His Mother, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, guide and comfort you.

Theresa Montminy, C.F.R.E.
Toll free: 877-876-7662
E-mail (preferred)

The Redemptorist Office of Mission Advancement

Our mission is to provide for the financial future of Redemptorist priests and brothers and assure their continued ministries and evangelization efforts, which form the faithful in building real and lasting relationships with Jesus Christ, the Redeemer, making God a priority in people’s lives.

The office’s vision is to live out the Redemptorists’ mission to serve the poor and most abandoned and to create consciousness of the pastoral programs and services they provide in our region and throughout the world. The Office of Mission Advancement strives to build awareness of the Redemptorists’ financial needs in simplicity, goodness, and transparency, following a strong moral and ethical code that honors donors and benefactors.

All contributions received by the Office of Mission Advancement are used to support a future that assures The Redemptorists will continue to build communities of conversion wherein people can encounter the plentiful redemption offered by Jesus Christ.

If you would like information on ways to provide financial support for the important work of The Redemptorists, please feel free to contact Theresa Montminy, whose office is located at the beautiful National Shrine of St. John Neumann in Philadelphia.

Theresa Montminy, C.F.R.E.
The Redemptorist Office of Mission Advancement
1019 North 5th St.
Philadelphia, PA  19123
Direct line: 215-309-1580
E-mail 

On behalf of The Redemptorists of the Baltimore Province, thank you for your generosity, which makes it possible to continue serving the poor and most abandoned.

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The Redemptorists
1019 N. 5th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Toll free: 877-876-7662
Direct office line: 215-309-1580
E-mail

News, press inquiries, and questions for the webmaster
Mary C. Weaver, director of communications
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Baltimore Province

Our Lady of Good Counsel Residence
7509 Shore Road
Brooklyn, NY 11209-2807
718-833-1900

Vocations

Father Matthew Allman, C.Ss.R.
Vocations Director
718-321-1394

Redemptorist Archives

Patrick Hayes, Ph.D.
c/o St. Peter the Apostle Rectory
1019 North Fifth St.
215-922-2871

Parish Missions

To schedule a parish mission, have your pastor contact Father John Murray.

Retreats

For information about retreats offered at Redemptorist retreat centers in the Baltimore Province, please visit the individual retreat house websites.

Redemptorist cemeteries

The Redemptorists maintain cemeteries in Baltimore, Dundalk, and Annapolis, Maryland, and in Philadelphia. To learn more, visit the Redemptorist Cemeteries website.