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Main Contact Information2700 E. 4th Street Greenville, NC 27858
Main Office: (252) 757-3259
Mass ScheduleSunday: 8:00 AM Mass, 10:30 AM Mass, 12:10 PM Mass, 6:00 PM Life Teen Mass (School year)
Monday: 8:00 AM Mass, 6-7:00 PM Eucharistic Holy Hour
Tuesday-Thursday: 8:00 AM Mass
Friday: 8:00 AM Mass (Summer), 9:00 AM School Mass (School Year Only)
Saturday: 9:00 AM Mass, 5:00 PM Vigil Mass
Sacrament of Penance celebrated Saturday at 9:30 AM & 4:00 PM or by appointment.
Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Acolytes & Greeters Schedule
Peter’s Way Gift ShopPeter’s Way Religious Articles Store is the perfect place to buy religious books (adult or children), medals, rosaries and gifts for Christening, First Communion, and Confirmation. Located beside the Parish Hall. Call (252) 757-3259 for hours and more information.
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Posted on 05/07/13 | No CommentsHomily Easter 6C The Readings for the 6th Sunday of Easter seem to shift gently toward Pentecost, the feast of the Holy Spirit. It will be celebrated this year in exactly two weeks on May 19th. The Spirit is mentioned in both the first reading...
Posted on 03/22/13 | No CommentsHomily Lent 5C There was a time when this Gospel would have been excluded by people copying the bible. Before they had printing, some copyists didn’t include this Gospel because they felt it made Jesus look like He was easy on sin. They missed the...
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Posted on 11/26/12 | No CommentsChrist the King B In 1925, Pope Pius XI established this Feast of Christ the King. Purportedly, it was to honor the 1600th Anniversary of the Council of Nicaea held in 325. In actuality, the feast was in response to the rising tide of nationalism,...
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