rosary handsLADIES are meeting this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Annie Z. to pray the rosary. Annie lives off of E. Butler Road and 385, in the 29607 zip code area. The exact address can be obtained by calling Annie at (864) 316-2458. Please bring some appetizers to share! Wine will be provided. All women are welcome!  You can RSVP and see who else is attending at the Facebook event here.

Go ahead and mark your calendars – Annie will be hosting again on October 30th – same time and place (Facebook event here).  AND this group will continue meeting on the last Thursday of each month – by popular demand!

TheologyOnTap_LogoThanks to the Diocese of Charleston, LVG is able to resume using the Theology on Tap name and logo that is so well-recognized across the country for its speaker series! The Fall 2014 Theology on Tap series will last 4 weeks – meeting Mondays at 6:45pm @ Your Pie (1461 Woodruff Road) – beginning on October 27th. The series theme is based on Lamentations 5:21 – “Restore us to thyself, O LORD, that we may be restored!”

Jesus calls to conversion. It is by faith in the Gospel and by Baptism that one renounces evil and gains salvation – the forgiveness of all sins and the gift of new life. Christ’s call to conversion continues to resound in the lives of Christians. The human heart is heavy and hardened – God must give man a new heart. Conversion is first of all a work of the grace of God who makes our hearts return to him: “Restore us to thyself, O LORD, that we may be restored!” God gives us the strength to begin anew. The human heart is converted by looking upon him whom our sins have pierced. Conversion is accomplished in daily life by gestures of reconciliation…revision of life, examination of conscience, spiritual direction, acceptance of suffering, and endurance of persecution for the sake of righteousness. Taking up one’s cross each day and following Jesus is the surest way of penance. Every sincere act of worship or devotion revives the spirit of conversion. (CCC 1427, 1428, 1432, 1435)

Event Dates & Speakers/Topics:

  • October 27th: Father Newman, Pastor of St Mary’s Catholic Church – Recover the Unity (RSVP on Facebook, click here)
  • November 3rd: Steven and Beth Jones, Academic Dean at St Joseph’s Catholic School – Converting to Catholicism (RSVP on Facebook, click here)
  • November 10th: Matt Mumaugh, Member of LVG – Reviving the Spirit (RSVP on Facebook, click here)
  • November 17th: Sean Chapman, SJCS Teacher and RCIA instructor at Prince of Peace – Our Apostolic Mission (RSVP on Facebook, click here)

There is a lot coming up for Lucis Via Greenville in the next few days…

checkmarkLooking to volunteer and to get a little bit of fresh air?  Come help at the Farm Fresh Fair tomorrow!  Read more here…



God’s Call to Man: A Prayer Scripture Study continues Monday night at St. Francis Eastside.  Click here to read more and/or to RSVP…



The Courageous Women and Be a Man! studies continue Tuesday night…

Click here to read more about both of these ongoing studies…

discernmentAttention Gentlemen! Trying to find what path God is calling you towards? Join other young men from around the Diocese for our Fall Men’s Discernment Retreat, October 10-12 @ Camp Kinard. For more information or to register, click here!

About the Retreat Leader: Fr. Aaron Pidel, SJ, grew up in Augusta, GA. After graduating from Franciscan University of Steubenville (’00), he entered the Jesuit novitiate in Grand Coteau, LA. He passed through the normal course of Jesuit formation, doing philosophy at Fordham University, teaching classics and serving as campus minister at Jesuit High School in New Orleans, and doing theology at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. After priestly ordination, he worked as associate pastor at Gesu Parish in Miami and is currently assigned to doctoral studies in theology at the University of Notre Dame.

fff2014The annual fundraiser for Mill Village Farms, Farm Fresh Fair 2014, is happening this weekend and LVG is being asked to show up in a BIG way with 20+ volunteers!!

Where: The event will be held at The Farm at Rabon Creek – 125 Philips Lane, Fountain Inn, SC 29644. Various volunteer roles include ticketing, parking, vendor relief, and general clean-up.

When: Saturday, Sept. 20. Arrival requested no later than 12:45pm @ the Ticket Sales Table. Anyone wishing to enjoy the event prior to 12:45 will receive a comp ticket (just indicate that you’re an afternoon volunteer). Expect to leave around 5:30pm.

What: All volunteers receive a free t-shirt and are asked to wear comfy clothing with closed-toe shoes. The fair includes over 50 vendors, 4 musicians/bands, 10 food trucks, and you got it, farm fresh produce!

We need a head count – please RSVP: contact Tyler at 803-422-6118 or sign up at the Facebook event. #FarmFreshFair2014

For more information on the Farm at Rabon Creek and the Farm Fresh Fair, click here.


burgers-on-a-grillWe can’t wait to see everybody at the picnic on Sunday! A very important note - parking is limited, so we urge you to please carpool.  Meet at the BiLo shopping center at the corner of Haywood/Howell Roads and E. North Street (3715 E. North Street – across from McDonald’s) beginning at 1:30.  Shuttles will be available until 2:00 p.m.  The rectory is very close by: near Howell Commons Apartments (turn onto Howell Circle and look for the house on the right, with balloons).