Mass Schedule for Holy Week

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Please remember that you can live stream Sunday Mass each week  at 11 am on our St. Anthony Face Book Page, or watch anytime here on our website.

We would like to remind everyone that the Bishop has cancelled all Masses until further notice,reminding us that we should stay home and use the many resources available for daily mass, Stations of the Cross and the Rosary. For your safety please adhere to these guidelines during our livestreaming. 

Our Holy Week Masses will be streaming  live as follows:

Palm Sunday  11 am

Holy Thursday 7 pm

Good Friday  3 pm

Easter Vigil  8:30 pm

Easter Sunday 11 am


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Instructions For Online Giving


    A Secure & Convenient Way to Contribute to Your Parish

    How Do I Get Started?

1. Create A New Account 

Go to the   and click Create New Account.

2. Enter Your Account Information

Login Information
The User ID must be 6-12 characters and contain both letters and numbers (such as smith78). The password you choose must be 8-16 characters and contain letters, numbers and at least one symbol such as !, @, & or *. Do not enter information for the Registration Code as that is for account administrators only.

Personal & Address Information
The e-mail address must be unique. You cannot use the same e-mail address for two different User IDs. Be sure to enter information in all boxes marked with a red asterisk (*).

Security Code
Fill in the code that is generated in the box at the bottom of your screen before clicking submit.

Click the Submit button
An e-mail will be sent to you confirming your new account and User ID.

3. Confirm Your New Account

Open the email that confirms your account and click on the link at the top of the e-mail. This will confirm your account so that you have access to log in. If the link does not work, copy and paste it into the browser’s address bar.

Once you click on this link, you will be taken back to the Parish Online Giving login page.

4. Log In To Your Account

Enter your User ID and Password in the Existing User Login section and continue setting up your account.

You will need to enter information for the bank account you wish to use for your donations. Once that information is entered, you can then set up donations for the Sunday Collection and the other funds listed on the site.

Online donations may be made at any time from the comfort of your own home or any place with internet access. Online donations are credited to your tax statement for the end of the year (except when made anonymously), and you can change your account preferences and donation amounts at any time. Benefits of Online Giving include:

  • No need to hassle with checks or cash
  • 24/7 web based access
  • Easily schedule recurring donations to coincide with your pay period
  • Credit card option allows you to take advantage of rewards such as air miles or cash bonuses
  • No need to share bank account information because you enter it directly into the Online Giving secure site
  • Allows you to give even if you are unable to attend parish services
  • Contribution amount is easily adjusted as needed
  • Option to remain anonymous




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Diocese of Charleston Livestream Schedule of Daily Mass, Rosary, Sunday Mass

dioceseb The Diocese of Charleston will begin livestreaming from the Chapel of the Holy Family tomorrow, March 20. Seminarians who are now in Charleston will participate in the liturgies. The schedule of daily and weekend Masses, and other devotions, is as follows: On Facebook:

  • Daily Mass, Monday through Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
  • Stations of the Cross, Fridays at 3 p.m.

On YouTube:

  • Sunday Mass with Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone at 11 a.m. (English)
  • Misa en español los domingos a la 12:30 p.m. (Mass in Spanish)

Bishop Guglielmone has granted permission for Father Gustavo Corredor to celebrate a private Mass in Spanish and broadcast it through the diocesan radio station, Please send this information to the Spanish-speaking faithful of your parish via your social media platforms, emails and apps so we may be sure we are providing Mass resources for all of our Catholic families: Spanish Mass online, Sundays at 11 a.m. at

El Obispo Guglielmone ha otorgado permiso al Padre Gustavo Corredor para celebrar una Misa privada en español y transmitirla a través de la estación de radio diocesana, Envíe esta información a los fieles hispanohablantes de su parroquia a través de sus plataformas de redes sociales y correos electrónicos, para que podamos estar seguros de que estamos proporcionando recursos de misa para todas nuestras familias católicas: Misa dominical en español en línea a las 11 a.m. en

Additional information on livestreams and online devotions from our parishes is available on the diocesan website,


May God bless and keep you.

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Holy Week and Easter Mass Schedule from the Bishop

Dear My Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Over the last 10 days, we have all experienced new challenges in our day-to-day life. The advent of COVID-19 has caused a great deal of pain and anguish as we adapt to this new normal. To ensure the protection of the Catholic faithful and the community as a whole, I have decided along with the recommendation of the College of Consultors to suspend all Masses until further notice. However, we will continue to livestream Masses, including those that will be offered during Holy Week and Easter Sunday. This is a serious virus that continues to spread across our state that we must take seriously. By continuing our efforts to bring Mass into people’s homes, we can safeguard everyone’s health while still providing the faithful an opportunity to participate in Holy Week and Easter Sunday Masses. I know this is difficult news to hear during this challenging time. The Diocese will livestream Holy Week and Easter Sunday Masses from the Chapel of the Holy Family at our Pastoral Center during the following days and times at DioceseChas and

Palm Sunday, April 5 • Mass in English at 11:00 a.m.  Mass in Spanish at 12:30 p.m. Monday, April 6 • Mass at 8:30 a.m.

Tuesday, April 7 • Chrism Mass at 11:00 a.m.

Wednesday, April 8 • Mass at 8:30 a.m.

Holy Thursday, April 9 • Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper at 8:00 p.m.

Good Friday, April 10 • Liturgy at 3:00 p.m.

Easter Vigil, April 11 • Mass at 8:00 p.m.

Easter Sunday, April 12 • Mass in English at 11:00 a.m. • Mass in Spanish at 12:30 p.m.

Additionally, all the faithful are dispensed from Fast and Abstinence for the duration of Lent, except for Good Friday. During this time of great uncertainty, we pray that the Church in its response will provide comfort to those isolated in their homes and away from their loved ones. We will update our special COVID-19 webpage on the diocesan website as needed. I also ask that you stay in touch with your parish by following their social media pages. My dear friends, this is a time where our beliefs are an asset and a true blessing. We need look no further than the Resurrection to find the ultimate story of faith, hope and love. May we all continue to invite Christ into our hearts, even as they ache. Take this remaining time in Lent to embrace the works of mercy with zeal. Practice a spirit of gratitude and generosity to others, albeit remotely. Remain hopeful, pray unceasingly, and be assured of my prayers for you and your families. In the Lord’s Peace,

Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone


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Bulletin for March 29,2020


Below is a link to the latest bulletin, although it will not be published please read to find out what is going on within the parish

March 29, 2020 bulletin

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St. Anthony Mass 3-22-2020 11am

Below is the link to watch Fr. Morey celebrate  Mass this morning at 11 am.  Our hopes are to bring this to you again next Sunday at the same time. Thank you Bill Gilmer for recording this for us. Please let’s not forget that at this time more than ever your monetary donations are desperately needed. Without the offertory it will become a hardship to pay our bills as well as our staff and teachers. You will find on the home page a link to our online giving, a very easy process, or please mail in or drop off your contributions at the church office there should be someone there from 9am-11am Mon-Thurs.

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Daily Digital Newsletter

.Our Sunday Visitor is sending out a daily newsletter to help Catholics  
to help Catholics keep the Faith during this time of coronavirus. While parishes may be physically apart during this time, we want Catholics to be assured we are all in this together. 
This newsletter can be used as another resource to for our parishioners.
Just clink on the link below fill out your first name and email and your will receive this newsletter at no cost to you.
And use this link:
(Unless parishioners sign up during the preview period, they won’t receive any
future emails.)
What if this is the evangelizing moment parishes have been waiting for? I am not implying that God sent this virus to renew our Catholic parishes. That’s nonsense.
What I do mean is that we have long wanted our parishes to grow stronger in community. We have wanted to reach out to those on the margins. We have wanted to build cultures of belonging, where both the faithful and the drifting can find personal relationships and companionship. And here is our opportunity. Now. Right now.
Until everyone can meet again in our parishes for Sunday Mass, this is a concrete and personal way to become the communion we need.


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Church Office

The church office will be open a limited number of hours in the mornings, please leave a voicemail and someone will get back with you ASAP. 

All Masses and Events are cancelled. There will be no CCD or Fish Fry’s please read the letter from the Bishop below to see the cancellations

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Letter from the Bishop Regarding COVID-19



Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
The COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread throughout the United States, and we must take care to protect ourselves and those who are most vulnerable. The Center of Disease Control and various government entities have issued directives to limit the number of people who can gather in one place. As a result of these recommendations, and in collaboration with other dioceses in our province, there are to be no sacramental or other liturgical celebrations anywhere in the Diocese of Charleston effective at 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 17 through the end of day on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.
This directive means there are to be no Masses in the Diocese during this time; therefore, I am granting dispensation for your Sunday Mass obligation for the weekends of March 21-22 and March 27-28. Additionally, all scheduled Confessions are cancelled. Any baptisms planned in the next sixteen days should be rescheduled. All quinceañeras must be canceled or rescheduled. Confirmations will be rescheduled according to each parish’s calendar. Funerals and weddings may occur but will be celebrated privately with just the immediate family present. Unfortunately, perpetual adoration will have to be temporarily discontinued. There will be no regularly scheduled parish activities until further notice. All scheduled penance services are cancelled, and there will be no Communion calls at hospitals, nursing homes, or private homes until further notice.
The sole exception to this policy is the celebration of the final sacraments for those in danger of death. If you need a priest for the Anointing of the Sick or Last Rites, your pastor will provide a number you can call.
Parish churches will remain open during their normal hours so that you can come to pray. Parish offices will remain open at the discretion of the pastor.
The College of Consultors and I will meet again on Monday, March 30, to decide how we will proceed, including whether we will have public or limited Holy Week services. In the meantime, we will update you on our response to this ever-changing health crisis on The Catholic Miscellany and diocesan websites, and on our various social media pages. These may seem like drastic measures; however, we must put public safety first. We are dealing with a deadly virus.
In the coming weeks, I encourage you to pray. Watch Mass on your computer or on your television. Gather your family and pray together. We are still on this sacrificial journey of Lent. We must mark these turbulent times with prayer asking for the Lord’s boundless mercy as well as showing His love through kindness and care for our neighbors.


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Action Call to Save the Unborn!




The SC Fetal Heartbeat Protection from Abortion Act bill is pending in the SC Senate. This bill prohibits an abortion being performed once a fetal heartbeat is detected. It passed the SC House of Representatives, and sub- and full committees in the Senate last year. This year, the bill is waiting for a vote on the S.C. Senate floor. Grass-roots advocacy is the most effective way for us to ensure life-protecting laws are passed in South Carolina. This is not a political fight: it is a spiritual, moral and humanitarian issue. Please visit this website for easy and direct access your state senators: We must be a voice for the unborn children who have been conceived with their own soul and are made in the image and likeness of God.

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