The Missionary Society of St. Paul is a religious Order based in Abuja, Nigeria.
The reason there are two address on their letterhead is because there are two offices in the States for priests to come to be processed for their assignment to parishes in the USA.
These precious African priests dedicate themselves to missionary work in the black community. They accept assignments in parishes that white priests don't want. Asian and Hispanic priests prefer assignments with their own people, as well.
African American parishes are poorly understaffed and have accepted staffing from priests who represent more than 30 countries from the continent of Africa.
Donations from people like you and me go to help Seminarians and school children in the homeland. The money helps villages to dig wells which brings clean water to villages for drinking, cooking, and sanitation.
Donations help children to learn to read so they can grow up having access to more opportunities than their uneducated ancestors.
We give back to Africa because Africa has given us her brightest and strongest men to leave their villages to serve Jesus Christ and his people all over the world. They give up their families to fly half way around the world to serve our families. It is a labor unto the LORD.
Missionary of St. Paul Fathers work closely with Josephite Fathers and Brothers to make sure Black Catholics are served by priests who honor a common kinship, heritage, and spirituality.
For more information, you are invited to take a moment to read about the M.S.P. and the work they do every day for the Kingdom of God and his Church.
May the Lord Jesus Christ bless you and your household for your generosity.
2 Corinthians 9.8