St Mary by the Sea – Key West Florida

The Basilica of St Mary Star of the Sea Online Book

At the southernmost tip of the USA the Catholic Church of St. Mary by the Sea has recently been made a Basilica and here Father John and his team are using technology of the online book to help engage with their supporters to improve their communication and to raise funds, not only for the Church itself but also for the Diocese of Southern Miami.

Within this book there is a chapter where the lives of those who have died can be celebrated and their page shared but also there is another chapter to recognise those who have donated to particular campaigns that the Church may be running.
A recent initiative has been to create a chapter where all those in a particular Church who have donated to the Archbishop’s charity drive can be recognised too.

Our books can be set up so that each action taken within it has a subsequent reaction by sending out confirmatory emails, which can be copied into those who need to be kept informed.

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  • Member Login and Contribution
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  • Social Media Links
  • Video and Image Galleries
  • Visitor Messages
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