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Perpetual Adoration Chapel
Our Guild of St. Thomas Aquinas welcomes adorers to visit the Adoration Chapel and/or adopt an hour by contacting email@example.com.
Rooted in tradition
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 week's bulletin: 15 September 2019 Bulletin
In the Extraordinary Form, every season - spring, summer, winter and fall - has three days on a Wednesday, Friday and Saturday called Ember Days, days of special fasting, penance and prayer. Fr Smith has written a short little book on the Ember Days to explain their...
On 29 September, the feast of St Michael, Prince of Peace invites ALL police, firefighters, first responders, health, and legal professionals to wear the uniform appropriate to their office to the 10a Mass for a special blessing on their work and their families. The...
POP Catholic School kids exceed benchmarks on MAP testing compared to other Diocesan schools and Greenville County Schools
MAP testing is the standardized testing program utilized by the Diocese of Charleston, as well as Greenville County schools. It serves as a very valuable academic measurement for students, the school and the respective education systems that utilize it. Historically,...
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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.
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