By Leslie Ann Aquino
Filipinos overseas who still want to send prayer and Mass requests online for their dearly departed may still do so even after the observance of All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day.
Msgr. Pedro Quitorio, CBCP Media Office director, said they will continue to accept requests for prayers and Masses via the “Undas Online” website of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines.
“They can submit the names of their departed loved ones to be included in the Masses,” he said in an interview.
Quitorio said to do this, simply go to the website http://undasonline.com and click the “Prayer Requests” portion.
Then, list down the names of the souls that they wish to offer mass by filling out the form
Those who wish to send their mass requests via email may also do so at email@example.com.
While mass request is free, those who wish to make a donation or give mass stipends of whatever amount may also do so by simply clicking the “Donate” button located below the form.
The donation or mass stipends will be given to the priests who will be celebrating the masses.
Launched in 2011, Undas Online was created primarily for Filipinos abroad, overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), and seafarers who will find it hard to celebrate Undas.
That year alone, Undas Online has received request for prayers for not less than 20,000 dead Filipino Catholics.
All Saints’ Day is observed on November 1in honor of all the saints, known and unknown, while All Souls’ Day is the commemoration of all the faithful departed.
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