13 March 2017
By Tom O’Sullivan
The Catholic order of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) have unveiled a whole new look at www.mscmissions.ie. The order is familiar to many due to it’s centrally located building off the Western Road, enroute to Wellington Bridge.
A spokesman for the order today said:
With a new design, a new logo, and a new and improved website, we’re looking to the future as we continue our work in transforming lives in areas of real need.
Our new website makes it easier than ever for visitors to learn about the work that we do as Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, incorporating both the pastoral services we provide and our mission projects worldwide.
The website is interactive, giving our mission friends better access to the exciting new services on offer. Visitors to www.mscmissions.ie can now submit a prayer petition for a special intention, light a candle in our online gallery, order Mass cards, enrolment books, and religious gifts for direct delivery, and watch daily Masses and special celebrations live from the Sacred Heart Church in Cork.
Our visitors will find a host of useful information about our ongoing project work in the mission fields, with updates on how the money we raise is being spent and how each and every donation makes a real difference.
The website also links with our new social media accounts. Mission friends can now connect with us on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates, announcements, reflections, and stories from the mission fields. As we move into a new era, this is a wonderful way for our mission friends all over the world to connect and keep up to date on the positive changes we’re making around the world.
Our face may have changed, but the heart of our mission remains the same: to make God’s love known everywhere and to everyone. Our missionaries across the globe continue to work tirelessly towards building a better world for those who struggle daily with poverty, illness, and injustice. Be sure to check out www.mscmissions.ie today, and find out more about how you can become part of our journey – a little support goes a long way.