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Do we need your help? Absolutely!

Catholics for Israel is a small, financially independent apostolate, which depends upon the generosity of its donors to keep operating. 

At this time our greatest need is to finance the translation of our website into Hebrew.  This will make it the first online Catholic resource presenting the teachings of the Catholic Church in Hebrew.  

Thank you for your generosity and your support of our work towards peace and reconciliation in the Holy Land!

May the Lord bless you from Jerusalem!


Donate now via PayPal (not tax-deductible) 

 

 

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Payment is made through PayPal, which is fast, easy and secure. You will be redirected to the PayPal site when click on the 'Donate' button.  You can then directly pay with your credit card and do not need to open a PayPal account.

*At this time, donations to Catholics for Israel via this website are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes. 


Donate through the Association of Hebrew Catholics (U.S. tax-deductible)

Online Contributions

U.S. contributions (tax-deductible) can also be made through the Association of Hebrew Catholics* (click to donate online).

Contributions by Mail 

Please send cash, check, money order or credit card information to:

Association of Hebrew Catholics • 4120 W Pine Blvd • St Louis MO 63108 • U.S.A. 

IMPORTANT: Please add a note or line in the memo of each check indicating Catholics for Israel or CFI Project.  

Please do not send any correspondence to this address; you are welcome to contact us via this website or to post your comments on our forum

Checks or money orders must be in U.S. funds and payable at the U.S. bank printed on the check or money order.Credit cards: Please send card type (American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa), card number, expiration date and amount to be charged.

*The Association of Hebrew Catholics is a non-profit corporation. All U.S. contributions to the Association of Hebrew Catholics are tax deductible in accordance with §501(c) 3 of the IRS code.

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