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

Mass Times

Sunday Mass: 10:00 am

Vigil Mass: 4:30 pm

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

Office Hours

Closed for all Federal, State and Religious Holidays.
Monday - Friday:
8:00 am - 3:00 pm

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

Our office is located behind the Church on Benson Street.

Volunteers

Parishioners are invited to sign up to be Weekly Greeters and Offertory Gift Bearers! Families are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

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Publications


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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 and Organist: Justin Wham

Director of Religious Education: Angel M. Prince

Wedding Coordinator: Nicole DeNeane

Parish Prayer Request Hotline

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

Prayer Team please call: (843) 900-7742

Sacraments

Sacramental Sponsorship Letters:

Active, Registered Parishioner for at least six months.

Confessions:  

Saturday 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm 

Or by appointment

Baptism: 

Registered parishioners should contact the parish office.

First Holy Communion, Reconciliation & Confirmation: 

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

Marriage:

Must be a registered, active parishioner and 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.

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