Automate, Integrate & Communicate!
More than a mission statement, our Ministry is to eliminate all paper processes in the parish office. Our suite of tools saves time and is accessible by many users concurrently, which eliminates the need to pass paper from staff member to staff member. Saving time equals saving money. And, our mission is to create new revenue streams and save the parish money.
Mass Intentions Online was created at Saint Matthew Parish, Forestville, CT, to meet the needs of the parish Secretary managing Mass Intentions. Previously this handwritten process would take up to 15 minutes. Today, this software completes the tasks of finding a date, creating the intention, receipt, and bulletin entry in less than one minute!
Established in 2018
Mass Intentions Online was initially launched in June of 2018
Incorporated in 2020
Mass Intentions, Inc., is incorporated in the State of Connecticut.
Rebranded in 2021
The MIO Online Family continued growing and thriving in parish offices nationwide and in Canada. Parish staff embraced our cloud-based software and came up with new ideas of how MIO could help to streamline life in the parish office. By 2021 our software suite addressed many parish processes, much more than managing Mass Intentions. Additions to the original base module and new Add-On features in the system now formed a complete Parish Management tool.
As the MIO Team began to prepare to bring our software suite to the International Catholic Stewardship Council's annual conference for the first time, it became evident that our marketing strategy needed to be expanded. So, in Fall of 2021 Parish Management Software was born.
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors consists exclusively of Pastors and Priests from across the United States. Visit our corporate website to meet our Board of Director Members
Data and Privacy Statement
Daniel Salce, reads God's word during Mass at St. Matthew Church, Bristol, CT.
Present is The Most Reverend Leonard P. Blair, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Hartford, Reverend John Dietrich, Pastor, St. Matthew Church, and Deacon Jim McCluskey .
The Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Creator
306: God is the sovereign master of his plan. But to carry it out, He also makes use of his creatures' co-operation. This use is not a sign of weakness, but rather a token of almighty God's greatness and goodness. For God grants his creatures not only their existence, but also the dignity of acting on their own, of being causes and principles for each other, and thus of co-operating in the accomplishment of his plan.