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Our Guild of St. Thomas Aquinas welcomes adorers to visit the Adoration Chapel and/or adopt an hour by contacting email@example.com.
The mission of Prince of Peace is to share the fullness of the Gospel to all we encounter in our lives by equipping disciples to create and strengthen a personal relationship with Christ. By the grace of God, we are called to strive for personal holiness, participate fully in the vibrant life of the Church’s Tradition and transform the world.
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Click below to read this weeks bulletin in PDF. Bulletin 1 October 2017read more
Jesus told us, “Let the children come to me and do not hinder them; for to such belong the Kingdom of Heaven.” (Matthew 19:14) Prince of Peace invites all children, birth to high school, to a special Children’s Holy hour on Saturday, 7 October, 9am-10am. This Holy...read more
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Click below to read this week's bulletin: 24 September 2017 Bulletinread more
On 19 September, Erin Lewis, a member of the Catholic Identity SubCommittee, spoke to the General Meeting of the school's PTO. Erin is the mother of 4 gentlemen: Robert (3rd grade), Daniel (1st grade), Cullen (K5), and two-year old Andrew. The subcommittee includes 7...read more
On the 10th Anniversary of Summorum Pontificum going into effect, Prince of Peace welcomed religious from across the Diocese of Charleston to celebrate the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross with our relic of the cross in an Extraordinary Form Mass. Photos by Brent...read more
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Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
StewardshipAll the tithe of the land is the Lord’s. It is holy to the Lord. And all the tithe of herds and flocks, every tenth animal of all that pass under the herdman’s staff shall be holy to the Lord. - Leviticus 27.30, 32
When you come to church, how did you go about thinking of what you were going to bring to the Offertory? When you received the just reward for your labors in your check from work, what was the first thing you thought about doing with it? Abel, the just man, gave his first fruits from the LORD and was blessed for it. Cain, his older brother, gave what was left over to God, who did not look with favor upon the offering. Do you want to be blessed by God? Give your first fruits to him.
10% to the LORD = 5% to the Parish Offertory + 1% to the Bishop’s Stewardship Appeal + 4% to a Charity of your choice: St Vincent De Paul or another worthy organization.
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