St. Joseph Society
Thank you for your interest in the St. Joseph Society. The materials in this packet are to assist you in making a decision that would benefit Nativity of Our Lord Parish by assuring a future full of hope. If you should have any questions, please call Father Paul DeLuca at (513) 531-3164. Every inquiry and decision will be held in strict confidence.
If you should decide to become a member of the St. Joseph Society, you and you alone will choose to make that information public. You will not be included in any listing or recognition until you give your signed permission to do so. Please consider remembering Nativity of Our Lord Parish in your plans for the future.
Your decision to be a St. Joseph Society member is strictly voluntary. No one will call you or solicit your membership without you expressing interest in providing for Nativity of Our Lord Parish.
Thank you for your concern for Nativity of Our Lord Parish.
What Is St. Joseph Society?
The St. Joseph Society was established to recognize and honor patrons of Nativity of Our Lord Parish. Like our patron saint, St. Joseph, who used his resources to care for Jesus and his Mother, Mary, members have the wisdom and spirit to share their gifts with the future generations of Nativity of Our Lord Parish.
Membership in the St. Joseph Society is extended to all individuals who establish planned gifts to benefit Nativity of Our Lord Parish. With membership, one will be acknowledged in the following ways: Mass for the intentions of members celebrated on the Feast of St. Joseph, Husband of Mary on March 19th, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker on May 1st, and at Mass on Christmas, our parish Feast day.
St. Joseph Society membership does not require a gift of any pre-determined amount. We ask that you make sure your wishes are known to your family and loved ones by preparing a will. We ask that Nativity of Our Lord Parish be included.
We invite you to remember us last. Take care of your family, your friends, other charities and institutions and then, think of us. A simple percentage of the remaining estate after all your obligations is an easy way to be a part of Nativity of Our Lord Parish for future generations. If you prefer, a gift of a specific dollar amount can be one of your provisions. There are many ways to remember Nativity of Our Lord Parish.
If you need more information about ways to leave a legacy for Nativity of Our Lord Parish, please consult your legal advisor or contact Fr. Paul DeLuca at the parish office. What will take just moments now will impact Nativity of Our Lord Parish for the future. Thank you for all you do now and for our future.