Schedules & Parishes

Use this page as a comprehensive resources of Greenville schedule of Masses weekends and weekdays. Also, this page includes Adoration and Sacrament of Reconciliation schedules! Every attempt to keep this page updated is made (as of 3/14). Please submit changes to lvgreenville@gmail.com.

Weekend Mass Schedule (as of 3/14):

Saturday

  • 5pm at Blessed Trinity
  • 5pm at Prince of Peace
  • 5pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 5pm (Sung Mass) at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 5:15pm at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 5:15pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 7pm (Spanish) at Blessed Trinity
  • 7pm (Spanish) at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 7pm (Spanish) at Prince of Peace

Sunday

  • 7:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 7:30am (Low Mass) at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8am (Quiet Mass) at Prince of Peace
  • 8am at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 9am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 9am at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 9am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 9am (Sung Mass) at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 9:30am (English) at Blessed Trinity
  • 10am (Solemn Mass) at Prince of Peace
  • 10am at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 11am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 11am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 11am (Solemn Mass) at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 11am (Bilingual- Arabic & English) at St. Rafka Maronite
  • 12pm (Spanish) at Blessed Trinity
  • 12pm (Vietnamese) at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12pm at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 1pm (Spanish) at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 1pm (Spanish) at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 3pm (Polish) on last Sunday of month at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 5pm at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 6pm (Sung Mass) at Prince of Peace
  • 6pm (LifeTeen Liturgy – all welcome) at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 6:30pm at Furman University (when Furman is in session)
  • 7pm at St. Rafka Maronite

Daily Mass Schedule (as of 3/13):

Monday

  • 7am at Prince of Peace (9am on Civic Holidays)
  • 7am at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8:30am at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 9am at Blessed Trinity
  • 12pm at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 12pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 12:10pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Tuesday

  • 7am at Prince of Peace (9am on Civic Holidays)
  • 7am at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8:30am at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 9am at Blessed Trinity
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12pm at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 12pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 12pm at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12:10pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Wednesday

  • 7am at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 8:30am at Prince of Peace (school Mass)
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 12pm at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12:10pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 6pm at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 7pm at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 7pm at St. Rafka Maronite
  • 7pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Thursday

  • 7am at Prince of Peace (9am on Civic Holidays)
  • 7am at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8:30am at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 11:30am at Blessed Trinity
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12pm at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 12pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 12pm at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12:10pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Friday

  • 7am at Prince of Peace (9am on Civic Holidays)
  • 7am at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 8:30am at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 9am at Blessed Trinity
  • 12pm (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 12pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 12:10pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 7pm at Our Lady of the Rosary (only on First Friday of the month)

Saturday

  • 8am (Latin Mass in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite) at Prince of Peace *not during the Octaves of Christmas and Easter or on Civil Holidays
  • 8:30am at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 9am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (First Saturday of the month ONLY)
  • 12pm at St. Anthony of Padua

Confession:

All parishes offer the Sacrament of Reconciliation by appointment in addition to the following schedule. (Guide on how to make a good confession.)

Tuesday

  • 7-8pm at Prince of Peace

Wednesday

  • 4:45-5:45pm at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 5-6pm at Prince of Peace
  • 5-6pm at St. Mary’s Downtown

Thursday

  • 7-8pm at Prince of Peace

Saturday

  • After the 8:30am Mass at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 11am at St. Anthony of Padua
  • 3:30-4:30pm at Prince of Peace
  • 3:30-4:30pm at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 3:30-4:45pm at St. Mary Magdalene
  • 3:30-4:30pm at Blessed Trinity
  • 4-5pm at Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 4-5pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 6:15-6:45pm at Blessed Trinity

Sunday

  • 8:30-9:15am at Blessed Trinity

 

Eucharistic Adoration: 

Perpetual (24/7/365)

  • Prince of Peace
  • St. Mary Magdalene

Wednesday

  • 5:00-6:00pm at St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 4:45-5:45pm with Benediction at 5:45pm at Our Lady of the Rosary

Thursday

  • 12-7pm with Benediction at 7pm at Blessed Trinity

Friday

  • First Friday of the Month: 9:15am-6pm at Our Lady of the Rosary (Mass at 7pm)
  • First Friday of the Month: after the 12:10 pm Mass until 6:00 pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

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