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Newsletter 14 May

14 May 2020 Feast of Saint Matthias, Apostle Dear Parishioners: After almost two months we have officially begun celebrating public Masses at the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist! Deo Gratias! In last week’s newsletter I announced the Mass schedule and outlined the procedures that we will do to sanitize the lower chapel and pubic areas following each Mass. You may read that newsletter here: https://charlestoncathedral.com/public-masses/. Our parish Mass schedule, effective this week: 5:30pm Vigil Mass (Saturday) 9am Sunday Mass 11:15am Solemn Mass Daily Mass: 9am Monday-Thursday We are limited to 35 people at Mass due to current social distancing requirements and, therefore, the three weekend Masses will be streamed live. I also want to make sure

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Live Streaming Mass from the Cathedral

Live Stream of Sunday Masses  To view Mass at the Cathedral via live stream please visit our Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/cathedralst.johnthebaptist. The 9:00 am Mass is Live Streamed on the Cathedral Facebook Page each week. Click here for Worship Aid  

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40 Days for Life

The Charleston 40 Days for Life Campaign began February 26th and run through April 5th. Please join us in a peaceful and prayerful protest against the injustice of abortion. Through prayer and fasting, constant vigils, and community outreach, 40 Days for Life wants to spread hope while also bringing to the forefront the true consequences of abortion–both for the unborn child and the woman and her family. With God all things are possible. As we stand witness, we pray. And through our prayers, we allow ourselves to be God’s instruments for change. Thousands of babies have been saved worldwide thanks

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Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God 1 January

Mass Schedule: Vigil Mass Tuesday, 31 December 2019 6:30 pm Mass Wednesday, 1 January 2020 10:00 am There will be NO 12:05 pm Mass Tuesday or Wednesday   Prayer in Honor of Mary, Mother of God Hail, Mary, Mother of God, venerable treasure of the whole universe, lamp that is never extinguished, crown of virginity, support of the true faith, indestructible temple, dwelling of him whom no place can contain, O Mother and Virgin! Through you all the holy Gospels call blessed the one whom comes in the name of the Lord. Hail, Mother of God. You enclosed under your

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Blessing of the Bambinos This Sunday

  “Gaudete in Domino semper! Rejoice in the Lord always!” (Phil. 4) On Sunday we celebrate, Gaudete Sunday, which receives its name from the Letter of St. Paul to the Philippians quoted in the Entrance Antiphon. It is also “Bambino Sunday.” I want to encourage everyone to bring the Christ Child from your manger scene to Mass this weekend and place it before the parish manger scene. During Mass all the images of the Christ Child will receive a special blessing as we continue our final Advent preparations for Christmas. It is also a beautiful way to connect your family

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