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Help Support DTS in Africa

The Dead Theologians Society is very happy to announce the apostolate has taken root in Africa with our new chapter at St. Joseph Cathedral in Ghana – West Africa. There is much optimism from the Reverend Sylvester Ennin-Essien who is the President of the Diocesan Association in Ghana that DTS will spread to other parishes in the diocese. We are committed to assisting and sponsoring with the needs of the new chapter at St. Joseph Cathedral and with the anticipated new chapters.

We would be so grateful for your help in this effort.

  1. $500 will sponsor a new DTS chapter including all supplies (DTS shirts, rosaries, posters, manual, scapulars and resources) for a group of ten. (Sponsor will receive a beautiful 24 inch statue with glass eyes of St. Therese of Lisieux, one of the Patrons of the Missions)
  2. $175 will provide a beautiful 43 inch crucifix for the DTS chapter
  3. $150 will provide a beautiful 24 inch statue of the Sacred Heart or Our Lady for the DTS chapter.
  4. $35 will sponsor a child for all four years in the DTS program and will provide a DTS shirt, olive wood rosary from Bethlehem and Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

If you would like to help please click here

You may also send a check or money order payable to the Dead Theologians Society and mail to: Dead Theologians Society
             P.O. Box 368
             Black Earth, WI 53515-0368

Our benefactors and their intentions are remembered monthly at Mass at St. Joseph Cathedral in Ghana-West Africa.

All who help will receive an olive wood rosary from Bethlehem made especially for DTS.

Thank you and May God continue to bless you and yours



If you have any Comments or Questions please contact Eddie Cotter, Jr.: