Our normal schedule of Wednesdays 5-6p and Saturdays 3.30-4.30p. In addition, the following are added for Advent:
- Sunday, 17 Dec 7.30-9p
- Monday, 18 Dec 5-7p
- Tuesday, 19 Dec 7-9a, 11a-2p, 5-9p
- Wednesday, 20 Dec 7-9a, 11a-2p, 5-9p
- Thursday, 21 Dec 7-9a, 11a-2p, 5-9p
- Friday, 22 Dec 5-7p
- Saturday, 23 Dec 11a-2p & 3.30-4.30p
Confession before Christmas is encouraged in Catholicism to purify the soul and embrace the spiritual renewal symbolized by Jesus’ birth. It allows believers to reflect, seek forgiveness, and reconcile with God, fostering a deeper connection to the essence of Christmas. By acknowledging shortcomings and receiving absolution, one enters the season with a cleansed spirit, ready to embrace the significance of Christ’s arrival. It embodies the spirit of repentance and prepares the heart to fully appreciate the transformative message of hope, love, and redemption that Christmas represents, fostering a meaningful and spiritually fulfilling celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
Join us for Compline on the Sundays of Advent, 3 December – 17 December, at 7p.
The official public night prayer of the Church’s Liturgy of the Hours, Compline is a time where we gather as Christians to examine our conscience, sing psalms with their proper antiphons, and listen to the Word of God. The highlight of the service is the Anthem to Our Lady, in which we process to the Lady Altar and the faithful are sprinkled with Holy Water.
Join your parish community in praying the Novena to the Holy Ghost from Friday after Ascension Thursday to Whitsun Eve (Saturday before Pentecost). A booklet is available in the Narthex and via this link.
Spark an understanding and love of the Extraordinary Form of Mass by attending all OR part of a 5-week workshop on Sundays at 10a starting 24 September in the Parish Activity Center (PAC) on the campus of Prince of Peace Catholic Church & School (1209 Brushy Creek Road, Taylors). Questions? Call Paul Pizzuti at 843.616.1766.
· 24 September – Why Latin? with Fr. Jason Barone of the Diocese of Charlotte
· 1 October – The Mass & the Missal with Fr. Richard Tomlinson
· 8 October – Sacred Music with Fr. Christopher Smith
· 15 October – The Beauty of the EF Mass with Joseph Pearce
· 22 October – Sacred Art & Architecture, What Changed with Vatican II with Jacob Wolfe
Prince of Peace Catholic Church invites you to attend the Extraordinary Form Mass on Sundays at 12n.
Join the Knights of Columbus in the Knights of Columbus Building for their next Family Rosary Night.
Saturday, 1 April, after the 5p Mass
We interrupt the austerities of Lent to celebrate the Solemnity of St Joseph, spouse of Our Lady. Joseph was an ordinary manual laborer, descended from the royal house of David. In the designs of Providence he was destined to become the spouse of the Mother of God. His high praise is expressed in a single phrase, “Foster-father of Jesus.” About this Sacred Scripture has little more to say than that he was a just man – an expression which indicates how faithfully he fulfilled his high trust of protecting and guarding God’s greatest treasure upon earth, Jesus and Mary.
Although, the Solemnity of St Joseph is transferred to Monday the 2oth, we will still honor him on Sunday, 19 March, with a Father’s Brunch. Bring the favorite dish of the father in your family to share with your parish family. There will be crafts for kids and opportunities for Fathers to take fun photos with their children. We will also be taking donations for our new Holy Family Foster Closet.
After the 10a Solemn English Mass in the PAC