Join us Sunday 21 August 2022 at 10 am in the Cathedral Center Hall All parishioners are welcome as we greet our Religious Education Students returning for the 2022-23 school year! Egg casseroles are provided. Click here to RSVP and sign up to bring a side item!
The will be NO Mass Monday 4 July. The Parish Offices are closed in observance of Independence Day and Monday 4 July. We will re-open at 9 am on Tuesday 5 July. God our Father, Giver of life, we entrust the United States of America to Your loving care. You are the rock on which this nation was founded. You alone are the true source of our cherished rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Reclaim this land for Your glory and dwell among Your people. Send Your Spirit to touch the hearts of our nation’s leaders. Open their minds to the great worth of human life and
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi is 11 June 2023 The Solemnity of Corpus Christi is a time of rejoicing and thanksgiving for the incredible gift of the Holy Eucharist. On Sunday 11 June, there will be a Solemn Mass at 11:15 am celebrated by the Very Rev. Gregory Wilson, V.G., Rector at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, followed by a Eucharistic Procession through the streets of Charleston and then Solemn Benediction in the St. John the Baptist Garden. A Catholic Block Party will follow on the Cathedral Campus. Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and drinks provided by the parish.
Click here to View our Catholic Family Guide for a Holy Lent On Ash Wednesday, 22 February, we once again begin the penitential season of Lent with the imposition of ashes on our foreheads as a stark reminder of our mortality and need for on-going conversion. The Church invites us to embrace the traditional Lenten practices of prayer fasting and almsgiving to turn away from sin and selfishness and prepare our hearts for the celebration of the Paschal Mystery of Our Lord’s saving passion, death and resurrection. Ash Wednesday 22 February Mass & Imposition of Ashes 12:05 pm & 6:30
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist welcomes you to a teaching and exposition of Sacred Relics. Over 150 relics will be shown, some as old as 2,000 years. Among the treasures will be relics of St. Joseph, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Maria Goretti, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Thomas Aquinas, and St. Faustina Kowalska. There will also be a fragment of the Veil that belonged to Our Lady and some of the largest remaining pieces of the Wood of the True Cross in the world. Presented by