Mass card

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Mass card ‎(plural Mass cards)

  1. (Christianity) A religious card that states that a Catholic Mass has been said in honour of a dead person, or as a request for special favours such as improved health or success in a worldly endeavour.

Usage notes[edit]

  • The cards are usually bought unsigned, and given after signing. The term Mass card usually means a signed card, although this is not always stated.