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A Gift in Your Will or Living Trust

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Throughout the United States, and Latin America, Trinity Missions' priests and Brothers are working - in inner city ghettos and in immigrant communities, on Native American reservations, in remote communities in the tropics and in rural Southern towns, wherever we are needed. Our priests and Brothers serve 'not only in parishes, but as chaplains, and counselors as well. We walk with those who feel abandoned, alone, and marginalized. We minister to the sick, the elderly, the incarcerated, the addicted, and the troubled.

This work is only made possible by the generosity of good friends like you.

Are you interested in helping Trinity Missions with our mission but feel overwhelmed by the thought of writing another check or giving up your assets today? A simple, flexible and versatile way to ensure we can continue our work for years to come is a gift in your will or living trust, known as a charitable bequest.

By including a bequest to Trinity Missions in your will or living trust, you are ensuring that we can continue our mission for years to come. Your gift also entitles your estate to an unlimited federal estate tax charitable deduction.

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Saying Thanks with her Will

Mrs. Dolores Juditz

Life for Mrs. Dolores Juditz took an unexpectedly positive turn at a very young age. Dolores was only four years old when she found herself living in Brooklyn, New York. Her parents, unable to care for her, sent her to live with a guardian. While in Brooklyn, Dolores came to know our Sisters, the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, at the Fr. Judge Settlement House. It was there that she spent her days while her appointed guardian worked in the Navy Yard.

Between the ages of 4 and 15, our Sisters took her to Church (where she was baptized), to the Motherhouse and to retreats at our Shrine of St. Joseph in Stirling, NJ. Additionally, there was the occasional trip to Coney Island with the other children.

It was through the Sisters that she first learned about the missions that were served by the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity. During the summer months, our priests and Brothers came to the Settlement House to work with the children. Along with the Sisters, the priests and Brothers essentially became a surrogate family to Dolores and the other children under their care.

For Dolores, the Missionary Servants provided her with an opportunity to see the world in a whole new way. As she has said in recent years, "I could never repay the Missionary Servants for the love and kindness they showed me as a child. God was good to me!"

Due to the loving care of our missionaries, Dolores regularly provides financial support to Trinity Missions and she has also chosen to remember Trinity MIssions with a gift in her will to provide future support for the work of the Congregation.

 

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Legal Name: Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity (Trinity Missions)
Address: 9001 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20903
Federal Tax ID Number: 52-0591670

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