A Growing, Traditional Catholic Church ... embracing Faith, Family and Service.

Mass Times

Sunday Mass: 10:00 am

Vigil Mass: 4:30 pm
*Please check our calendar for any time changes on Vigil Mass

Weekday Mass Schedule:
9:00 am First Friday of the Month

Feast of the Immaculate Conception:
December 8th - 9 am School Mass and 6:30 PM

Christmas Mass Schedule:
Christmas Eve 4:00 pm, 7:00 pm, Midnight
Christmas Day 10:00 am

Office Hours

Closed for all Federal, State and Religious Holidays.
Monday - Friday:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

888 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 722-7018

Our office is located behind the Church on Benson Street.

A Special 2nd Collection December 9-10:

A special collection will be taken up December 9-10 for Retirement Fund for Religious.  


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Parish Office Staff

Pastor:  Very Rev. C Thomas Miles, MCL, JCL

Parish Secretary: Joan H. LaTorre

Administrative Assistant: Jordan H. Payne

Director of Liturgical Music: Justin Wham

Organist: Justin Wham

Director of Religious Education: Angel M. Prince

Wedding Coordinator: Jordan H. Payne

Parish Prayer Request Hotline

If you would like to have your prayer intentions prayed for by our

Prayer Team please call: (843) 900-7742


Sacramental Sponsorship Letters:

Active, Registered Parishioner for at least six months.


Saturday 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm 

Or by appointment


Registered parishioners should contact the parish office.

First Holy Communion, Reconciliation & Confirmation: 

Child must be registered in a Catholic School or Religious Education Instruction.


Must schedule at least six months in advance. 

Visitation to the Sick: 

Call the Parish Office if a parishioner is in the hospital or homebound.


Parishioners are invited to sign up to be Weekly Greeters and Offertory Gift Bearers! Families are welcome and encouraged to participate. Sign-up sheets are in the vestibule! 

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