Renewing Our Baptismal Call01-13-2019Rev. Gregory B. Wilson, VF
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Monday evening, January 14 at 7:00pm in St. Angela Hall, St. Mary’s will host the entire Aiken Deanery for a visit from our Bishop. During this town hall-style meeting, Bishop Guglielmone will talk about the current crisis in the Church. He also plans to answer your related questions. Of course, wecontinue to pray for the healing of all victims of abuse. With God’s help, the Church can truly become the place of healing and love we are meant to be.READ MORE
Jan 15 6:15pm - 7:45pm
All are welcome to join us – whether you are just beginning to learn about the faith, you are a life-long Catholic wanting a refresher or are anywhere in between.
Jan 16 9:30am - 11:00am
Wednesdays, 9:30-11:00am in Mother Teresa Hall.
Jan 16 6:15pm
The Pray and Praise Prayer Group meets on Wednesdays in the Oswald Building.
Jan 17 11:15am - 12:30pm
We meet Thursday mornings downstairs in Smith Hall. All are welcome.
Jan 17 6:30pm
Annual Prayer Service - Fellowship of South Carolina Bishops. An invitation to prayer and action in support of public education.
Are you an adult still registered with the church under your parent's names?
We have an URGENT need for 7:00pm Thursday and 2:00am Sunday (Saturday night).
We have many hours in need of a second adorer. If you can spend an hour each week with our Lord, please contact us.
For the chart of available hours, click here.
Hospitalized at Aiken Regional Hospital?
If you or a family member is hospitalized at Aiken Regional Medical Center and would like to receive a visit and/or Holy Communion, please contact the Parish office at 803-649-4777 ext. 101 or 113. Legion of Mary members will visit to pray and bring Holy Communion (as appropriate) during your hospital stay.
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We have made changes to the Nursing Home Mass schedule to better meet the needs of our facility parishioners.
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