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Welcome to our faith family! We hope you will feel at home at St. Francis and will share your faith experience and talents with your fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. By worshiping and working together, may we more perfectly reflect the glory of God and help bring about His Kingdom.
If you like the Diocese Facebook page and turn on notifications, they will send you notifications of Daily Mass also. Mass times are Daily - 8:30 a.m. - Sunday 11 a.m. English and 12:30 p.m. - Spanish.
Monsignor Laughlin will be live streaming a SFCS Mass at 11 a.m. on March 25th.
Your firefighters have never let you down and they need you right now. Please search your house including your garage for dust masks, surgical masks, N-95 Masks, or higher level of respiratory protection.
If you were caring for a loved one at home who has since passed away, if you work in construction or landscaping, if you manage a surgery center or dentists office that is shutting down during the pandemic except for emergencies, or any other business that utilizes masks, please donate them to Hilton Head Fire Rescue.
You can leave them at any fire station or Fire Rescue HQ at 40 Summit Drive by the Convenience Center. If we aren’t there leave them by the door.
EWTN is also streaming daily masses: 8 a.m., 12 p.m., 7 p.m., and midnight.
03/28/20 6:00 am
Dominican preacher and missionary crusader. A native of Bergamo, Italy, he joined the Dominicans in 1319 and soon distinguished himself as a brilliant preacher, attracting huge crowds throughout northern Italy. Pleased with his ability to reach large numbers of believers, he announced in 1335 his intention to go on a pilgrimage to Rome. When Pope Benedict XII (r. 1334-1342) learned of the pilgrimage, he feared Venturino might be planning to crown himself pope, and so forbade the friar to ...Read More
03/27/20 6:00 am
Bishop and missionary, also listed as Robert of Hrodbert. A member of a noble Frankish family, he was appointed bishop of Worms, Germany, and then dedicated himself to spreading the faith among the Germans. With the patronage of Duke Thedo of Bavaria, he took over the deserted town of luvavum about 697, which was renamed Salzburg, Austria. Rupert founded a church, a monastery, and a school; brought in groups of missionaries; and established a nunnery at Nonnberg with his sister, Eerentrudis, ...Read More
03/26/20 6:00 am
St. Margaret Clitherow was born in Middleton, England, in 1555, of protestant parents. Possessed of good looks and full of wit and merriment, she was a charming personality. In 1571, she married John Clitherow, a well-to-do grazier and butcher (to whom she bore two children), and a few years later entered the Catholic Church. Her zeal led her to harbor fugitive priests, for which she was arrested and imprisoned by hostile authorities. Recourse was had to every means in an attempt to make her ...Read More
03/28/20 12:47 pm
Event in Planning Since 2017
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03/28/20 12:18 pm
'We join with him in asking God to bless the world and to deliver us from the coronavirus pandemic'
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03/28/20 12:03 pm
'We're beginning to see people who are hungry because they can't work'
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