OUR SUPPORTERS

Theology of the Body Institute is deeply grateful for donors and supporters who provide the necessary practical means for crucial spiritual renewal. Supporters’ sacrificial gifts allow Theology of the Body Institute to accomplish its life-giving mission.

PRAYER WARRIORS

Theology of the Body Institute is most thankful for the stewardship of dedicated prayer warriors who offer specific monthly supplications for the success of the Theology of the Body Institute mission.

129 SOCIETY

The 129 Society is a donor program named for the number of Pope Saint John Paul II’s famous Theology of the Body audiences. Members of the Society support Theology of the Body Institute with an annual gift of $1,000 or more, and receive a range of exclusive member-only benefits. These generous men and women play a vital role in helping Theology of the Body Institute to fulfill its mission to educate minds, transform hearts, change lives, and evangelize the culture.

HOW TO DONATE

Join the Theology of the Body Institute donor family with your monthly gift to help spread the beauty of Theology of the Body TODAY! Theology of the Body Institute is grateful for all large and small donations from faithful friends like YOU! Generous supporters enable Theology of the Body Institute to train hundreds of men and women to more fully appreciate and live out God’s plan for their lives. The incredible Theology of the Body message is then amplified when Theology of the Body Institute course participants share their experience with parishes, classrooms, families and communities!

All Theology of the Body Institute donations are tax deductible and go directly toward Institute costs. Theology of the Body Institute accepts all credit cards, and checks made payable to: “Theology of the Body Institute,” 400 Boot Road, Downingtown, PA 19335-3405. Help Theology of the Body Institute educate minds, transform hearts, and change lives TODAY!

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