Frontline Faith Project


Please know that your donations go to provide spiritual support for our men and women in the armed services. You can help us take faith to the front lines.

Only $24 will place a Frontline Faith player in the hands of a U.S. military man or woman.

Your donations allow us to continue to send “care packages for the military person’s soul.”

Donate by Mail

To make your tax-deductible donation—of any amount—to Frontline Faith, please mail a check to the following:

The Frontline Faith Project
P.O. Box 341991
Austin, Texas 78734

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PLEASE NOTE: Clicking on the “Donate” button will take you to our secure online donations page.

All donations are tax deductible. The Frontline Faith Project is an outreach project of Mary’s Touch, a registered trademark of Mary’s Touch, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Thank you for sending the players. We’ve been without a priest on base, and I have found this very helpful. Thanks again. V/R, S Wozniak

Your support and prayers for our service men and women is greatly appreciated. Your continued prayers for family members is welcomed, also. CH Mack

On behalf of the entire St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Community of Fort Hood, I express my sincere gratitude for the donation of the Frontline Faith MP3 players. Many of our soldiers and their families are already benefiting from all the information and formation that is provided through this wonderful medium. I certainly hope that our brother and sister soldiers in other posts receive the same opportunity and blessing that we have received.

Please keep us in your prayers as we minister to our soldiers and their families. We in turn, will keep you in our prayers as you seek innovative ways to spread the Gospel to the ends of the earth. Sincerely, Father Issac Opara, Catholic Community Chaplain


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