Digital Online Email Mass Cards
Funeral Needs Made Easy
Consoling a friend or a relative who is mourning the death of a loved one?
Order a Digital Mass Card as a sign of sympathy and condolences as they grieve. This is a simple way to support friends and families. We will generate the digital mass cards and the enlist the names of the deceased. They will be remembered by the convent indicated on the card during their daily mass celebrations with the petition for the repose of the souls.
There are a variety of Perpetual Digital Mass Cards you can choose from our online store.
Pieta Digital Mass Card
Immaculate Heart of Mary Digital Mass Card
Digital Mass Card
Please take note that no physical mass cards will be delivered to the recipient.
Most frequent questions and answers
By definition, it is a card signifying that the person who passed away will be remembered during the celebration of the Holy Mass. It is typically sent by the donor to the family of the deceased.
No. Unfortunately, we have already discontinued the printing and delivery of physical mass cards. These are all digital mass cards to be sent virtually via email.
The digital mass card will be sent to the emails of the recipient (product page) and the sender (checkout page). Please ensure that there are no typos as this system is fully automated.
These mass cards are from the Carmelite Nuns, Carmel of St Therese. All names of the deceased are submitted to them for prayers daily. They are located at Gilmore Avenue, Quezon City.
Yes. All of these are perpetual mass cards.
Names of the deceased are remembered starting on the enlistment date. They are all remembered during the masses of the Carmelite Nuns.
No. We are not affiliated with the Carmelite Nuns. However, all these mass cards are purchased from them and all names of the deceased are coordinated to them on a daily basis to ensure they are registered and prayed for.
Funeral Checklist Guide
We understand the passing of a loved one is never easy, and we want you to know that you’re not in this alone. We’ve prepared an End of Life Planning Guide to help you get your deceased loved one’s affairs in order in the upcoming days, weeks and months.
You can use this guide to walk you through the primary tasks that need to be fulfilled before and after the passing of your loved one.
Please take note that this is not an exhaustive list, and that there may be variations in certain circumstances. Feel free to share this with your family members and loved ones supporting you throughout the process.