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Peregrino Hermitage Ltd.

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  • Peregrino Hermitage Limited is a 501(c)(3) charity recognized by both the Catholic Church, the Federal Government and the State of Colorado. I receive health-insurance and dental-insurance from my Archdiocese, but all of my room and board, as well as ministry expenses, comes from you, my donors.
  • You can donate one-time or recurring using Continue To Give. Just tap the above-link in green. All these donations go to my charity organization (501c3) titled Peregrino Hermitage Limited.
  • You can donate by snail-mail check. See the above snail-mail address in orange. (I’m usually a month-behind in cashing them.) This goes to my charity if you put “Peregrino Hermitage Limited” on the check. It goes to me if you put “Fr. David Nix” on the check.
  • You can donate using Zelle connected to my email, fathernix[@]gmail.com. (Obviously, drop the brackets.) The advantage of Zelle is that it takes no “cut” from your donation like Continue to Give, but it goes straight to me, not my charity. (You can do one-time or repeat.) If it’s your first time donating on Zelle, please email me just so I know how to thank you.
  • My main ministry is online-teaching. Search the channel “Padre Peregrino” on anything from YouTube to Spotify. This is what I give back to my donors (not spiritual-direction) even though it’s free for everyone.
  • I have an approved contemplative rule-of-life containing active apostolates.
  • I take the same salary as an American diocesan priest (about $2000/mo) but it comes from Peregrino Hermitage Limited (PHL) not my diocese. PHL also covers all expenses like room and board, ministry and travel. This more-or-less reflects the expenses of an American priest or bishop in active ministry.
  • I don’t travel to bring the low-Mass. For sacramental emergencies, I can travel within 100 miles of my current location for baptism or confession or extreme unction. I never take money for any sacraments. If you want to donate for my teaching, please do it here online.
  • You may email or text me prayer-requests (not Mass-requests.) I do not take money for Mass-stipends, but I can usually make your prayer-request one of a dozen intentions at Mass. Of course, donors and non-donors alike may email me.
  • If you send me a prayer-request in the mail, please do not attach a donation, or I will return both. (This is not to be rude, only to avoid sin.)
  • Feel free to send me a short email with a single theological question. I get a lot of correspondence, so please be patient. I do not have time to open links. I do not reply to anonymous emails (because that’s just creepy.)
  • See PHL’s Conflict of Interest Policy here.
  • Your donations help me to continue my online teaching and street ministry as well as occasional sacramental travels. That is why I am extremely thankful for all donations you send. I have no big traditional Catholic donors. No celebrities have ever given me money. Please keep in mind the main gift I give my donors is my teaching series (not spiritual direction). I especially offer you my audio and video versions of VLX and RCT (which is free also for non-donors.) Teaching Scripture (VLX) and Catechism (RCT) online is what I do, not long phone calls. See 1 Cor 1:17 and 1 Tim 5:17 to understand why some priests have had non-parish callings in life.


A few other notes…

  • My charity organization’s expenses are listed here by percentage.
  • I will continue praying Holy Mass and the Divine Office. I will be praying several hours a day for the restoration of the Catholic Church and the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
  • I am able to keep my site and channels ad-free and without “premium” or “patreon” subscriptions because of donors like you.
  • I hand out Miraculous Medals on chains to strangers on the streets. I hope to be something of an urban “monk-missionary” as I now have a habit in which I will pray and walk.
  • I do pro-life work, sometimes outside of abortion centers. Search my name at LifeSite News‘ internal search engine to see when this brings me inside them.
  • In a time when Catholics are wary of corrupt CCHD “cuts” from their donations, know that all your gifts here go to this organization.

In Jesus and Mary,
Fr. David Nix