Hospital & Nursing
Due to privacy laws, Father may not know that you or a family member have been hospitalized or moved into a nursing home. Please e-mail the parish office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call:
Jubilee Year of Mercy Feed the Hungry—Give Drink to the Thirsty The good we do is never lost; it never dies. In other people, in other places, in other times— the good we do lives on forever! ...Matthew Kelly
THIS WEEK IN OUR PARISH
Friday, November 17
Saturday, November 18
Christians of the Holy Land
Sunday, November 19
Christians of the Holy Land
9:15 AM Young Family Gathering
9:15 AM Religious Education K-8
6:15 PM High School Youth Group
6:15 PM Middle School Youth Group
Monday, November 20
Children’s Choir Practice
5:00-5:30 PM 4K thru Grade 1
5:45-6:30 PM Grades 2 thru 6
Tuesday, November 21
7:00 AM Men of St. Joseph
3:00 PM Legion of Mary
Wednesday, November 22
CHURCH OFFICE CLOSES
12:15 PM Mass * Followed by Eucharistic Adoration
3:00 PM Divine Mercy Chaplet
6:30 PM CRHP Formation
7:00 PM Men’s CRHP
7:00 PM Divine Mercy Chaplet
Thursday, November 23
10:00 AM Thanksgiving Mass
CHURCH OFFICE CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING
Friday, November 24
Saturday, November 25
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Ladies of the Knights of Columbus
11:00 AM Baptism
High School Youth Group Advent Wreath Sale after 5:00 PM Mass
Sunday, November 26
High School Youth Group Advent Wreath Sale after all Masses
Misas en Español 2017, 1:00 PM
Segundo Domingo de Cada Mes
Mercy Minutes is a video pilgrimage through the Jubilee Year of Mercy produced by the Diocese of Charleston.
Visit: sccatholic.org/mercy minutes
throughout the year for the latest Mercy Minutes update.
PARISH NEWS AND EVENTS
In the Parish
Knight’s Corner 2017
Consecration to the Immaculate
Heart of Mary
Friday, December 8, 2017
The Year of Mary for the Catholic Diocese of Charleston will conclude on the
Holy Day of the Immaculate Conception,
Friday December 8th, 2017
To mark the conclusion of the Year of Mary,
we at CORPUS CHRISTI
will pray the Rosary together after the 8:30 AM Mass on December 8th.
We will conclude the rosary with Pope Pius XII's
"Solemn Act of Consecration to the
Immaculate Heart of Mary."
All are encouraged to share this prayer with us.
The Christmas Giving Tree Tags will be placed on the tree in the vestibule of the church on Wed., November 22nd for all of those who would like to participate by taking a family gift tag from the Tree. All gifts need to be returned to Corpus Christi Church no later than December 10, 2017. We ask that all gifts be wrapped, with the Christmas tree tag attached securely to the gift.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Mary Guidas, (803) 356-5625, Shiela Willem, (803) 399-8499 or Rosemary Wood, (803) 996-1441
Thank you from the Corpus Christi Women’s Group!
Fatima Jubilee Plenary Indulgence
In the Diocese
ADOPT A TURKEY
Adopt a 12 pound turkey today for only $10.00 and help us feed the multitudes on Thanksgiving Day at the Coliseum and Nursing Homes.
Contact Robert D. Keeder, Coordinator with St. Peter’s Catholic Church at 803.796.9802; email@example.com
Or mail check payable to:
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Attention: Robert D. Keeder
PO Box 1896
Columbia, SC 29202
Natural Family Planning
Natural Family Planning (NFP) encompasses moral, natural, healthy, modern and scientifically reliable methods of family planning that teach couples how to identify and understand their signs of fertility which can then be used to achieve or postpone a pregnancy in accordance with God's design and will. You are invited to attend the NFP sessions below:
11.17.17 - Immaculate Conception (Goose Creek) - 6:30pm
For more information or need to register?
Visit http:// www.sccatholic.org/nfp to locate the session and contact the associated instructor to register.
Or contact Kelli Ball, Diocesan NFP Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803.807.0158.
NOVEMBER IS BLACK
Natural Family Planning Sessions
- Are you looking to manage your fertility naturally and safely?
- Are you looking for a family planning system that actually helps to bond your marriage and is morally acceptable?
Couples can plan and space their children effectively with ease using modern natural methods of family planning. Modern natural methods of family planning are effective to avoid pregnancy as any other method of family planning, respects life from the moment of conception, and is a healthy alternative for health-conscious women.
- Are you looking for a solution to infertility and women's health issues?
Visit www.sccatholic.org/nfp to find a full listing of NFP methods and instructors in the Diocese. Want more information or need to register? Visit www.sccatholic.org/nfp to locate the session and contact the associated instructor to register. Or contact Kelli Ball, Diocesan NFP Coordinator, at email@example.com or 803-807-0158.
Order of Carmelites Discalced Secular (OCDS)
Formation Classes will begin in January 2018
If you are interested in inquiring about the Order of Carmelites Discalced Secular
you are invited to visit the community from January to December of 2017.
This allows an acquaintance to be made before formation begins. The secular ("third" order is a community of lay persons who live according to the spirit of the Order of Discalced Carmelites, but who do not leave their secular state of life [that is, they continue to live fully their family life, and work in the world.] It is a requirement of the Order to visit the community for a minimum of three to six months prior to beginning formation. Visitors are always welcome and visiting the community does not obligate you in anyway. We normally meet at St Joseph Catholic Church, 3512 Devine St. Columbia, SC, the 3rd Sunday of every month from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm. (Some scheduling changes may be necessary so please call to confirm the date of the meeting you plan to visit.) If you are Roman Catholic, over 18, participating fully in the sacramental life of the church, and think you may have a vocation with the Secular Discalced Carmelites, please contact us. If you have any questions or would like to request a brochure to be mailed or emailed to you with more information, please call
Sharon Crocker at (803) 309-2480 or
Sharon Crocker at (803) 309-2480 or
Birthright of Columbia
Corpus Christi Assistance Ministry
(855) 377-1357 Fax: 803-252-7605
(803) 957-6656 firstname.lastname@example.org
dispatch (803)791-0557 - (803) 957-1052
Lexington Medical Center
St. Francis Catholic Shop
(803) 561-9733 www.stfrancisshop.com