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Rest in Peace, Father Tighe -- And how to donate to his Summorum Pontificum fund for training altar servers


Father Philip Tighe, of the Diocese of Raleigh (North Carolina), an exemplary priest of Our Lord Jesus Christ, was called by God at the age of 57, on Aug. 31, 2020.


One of his life's works was to increase the spread and knowledge of the Traditional Mass. As his official obituary by the Diocese mentions, this is how you can donate to his fund:


During his life, Father Tighe founded a fund to provide financial assistance for the training of servers assisting in the celebration of the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite and seminarian training in the Latin Mass. To donate to that fund, visit https://www.foundationdor.org/donate/endowments-donate/ and select the Diocese: Summorum Pontificum Endowment Fund from the dropdown menu.



Father Tighe, Good and Faithful Servant: Rest in Peace!

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