Eucharistic Processions

The national response to the Lord’s call will be launched on June 19 with widespread Eucharistic processions and adoration on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. Here you will find a list of Eucharistic processions that will take place in our diocese:

Procesiones Eucarísticas

La respuesta nacional a la llamada del Señor, se lanzará el 19 de junio con amplias procesiones Eucarísticas y adoración a la Solemnidad del Santísimo Cuerpo y Sangre de Cristo. Aquí encontrará la lista de procesiones Eucarísticas que se llevarán acabo en nuestra diócesis:

June 16

  • Prince of Peace, Taylors – 7 pm preceded by Mass
  • Corpus Christi, Lexington – 6:30 p.m.
  • Sacred Heart, Charleston – following 6:30pm Mass

June 19

  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Charleston – following 11:15am Mass
  • St. Mary Magdalene, Simpsonville – following 6pm Mass
  • St. Paul the Apostle, Spartanburg – following 11am Mass
  • St. Anne, Rock Hill – following 2:30pm Mass
  • St. Peter, Beaufort – following 11am Mass
  • Immaculate Conception, Goose Creek*
  • St. Theresa the Little Flower, Summerville – following 8am Mass (English) and following 12:30pm Mass (Spanish)
  • St. Joseph, Charleston – following 10:30am Mass
  • St. Michael the Archangel, Murrells Inlet – within the context of weekend Masses
  • Our Lady of the Lake, Chapin – 3:30pm
  • St. Catherine of Siena, Lancaster – following 9am Mass with Adoration until 12:30pm
  • St. James the Younger, Conway – following 12pm Mass
  • St. Anthony, Florence – following 11am Mass
  • St. Andrew, Myrtle Beach – following 11am Mass
  • Catholic Community at Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach – following 5pm Mass
  • Our Lady of Grace, Lancaster – following 11am Mass
  • Our Lady of Peace, North Augusta – following 12pm Mass pm
  • Precious Blood of Christ, Pawleys Island – following 10:30am Mass

November 20

  • St. Mary Help of Christians, Aiken *

**Contact parish for more information / Contacte a la parroquia para más información


Find resources to help in the preparation of Eucharistic processions:


Encuentre recursos que le ayudarán en la preparación de las procesiones eucarísticas:

Perpetual Adoration

Perpetual Adoration is a eucharistic devotion where members of a parish offer to pray for an hour before the Most Blessed Sacrament. The practice is in response to Jesus’ question to his disciples during his Agony in the Garden: “When he returned to his disciples he found them asleep. He said to Peter, ‘So you could not keep watch with me for one hour?'” (Mt 26:40, Mk 14:37)

Find Perpetual Adoration near you:

  • Blessed Sacrament, Charleston
  • St. Peter, Beaufort
  • St. Michael the Archangel, Murrells Inlet
  • Prince of Peace, Taylors
  • Jesus, Our Risen Savior, Spartanburg
  • St. Mary Magdalene, Simpsonville
  • St. Gregory the Great, Bluffton
  • St. Paul the Apostle, Spartanburg
  • St. Mary, Help of Christians, Aiken
  • St. James the Younger, Conway
  • St. Anthony, Florence – Contact Parish Office for Access
  • St. Catherine of Siena, Lancaster – Tuesdays through Fridays 11am to 12 noon; Thursdays 5pm to 6:45pm
  • Our Lady of the Lake, Chapin – Contact Parish Office for Access
  • Precious Blood of Christ, Pawleys Island – First Friday of every month; Every Friday during Lent and Easter.

Adoración Perpetua

La Adoracion perpetua es una devoción eucarística en donde los miembros de una parroquia se ofrecen a orar por una hora en frente al Santísimo Sacramento. Esta practica es la respuesta a la pregunta que Jésus le hizo a sus discípulos durante su Agonía en el Huerto: “Después volvió junto a sus discípulos y los encontró durmiendo. Jesús dijo a Pedro: «¿Es posible que no hayan podido quedarse despiertos conmigo, ni siquiera una hora?” (Mateo 26:40, Marcos 14:37)

Encuentre aquí, que Iglesias tienen Adoración Perpetua cerca a usted:

Holy Hours / Horas Santas

  • St. Mary, Greenville
    • Holy Hour with Benediction Wednesdays 5-6
  • Sacred Heart, Gaffney
    • 1st Friday 8:30-9pm
    • Every Wednesday 6-8
    • Thursday after 7am mass until 9am
  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Simpsonville
    • 1st Friday after 8:30 Mass until 12
  • Jesus, Our Risen Savior
    • 11-12 Monday to Friday
  • St. Andrew, Clemson
    • Every Friday 9-5
  • Our Lady of the Rosary, Greenville
    • Wednesday, 12:00-5:45 pm
    • 1st Friday, 10:45 am-5:00 pm
    • Thursday, 7-8 pm in Lower Church
  • St. Andrew, Myrtle Beach
    • Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 Holy hour with Confessions
  • St. James the Younger, Conway
    • Tuesdays after 7pm Mass (Spanish)
    • First Wednesday of each month 5pm
  • Precious Blood of Christ, Pawleys Island
    • 1st Friday After 8:30am Mass until 5pm
  • St. Peter, Beaufort
    • Historic Church Wednesday After Noon Mass-6pm
  • St. John Beloved, Summerville
    • Fridays 10am-12pm
  • St. Theresa the Little Flower, Summerville
    • Every Thursdays starting June 19 from 8:15-9:00am followed by Mass (in the Church)
    • Every day starting June 19 from 6:00-8:00pm in the Adoration Chapel
  • St. Thomas More, Columbia
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (August-April) 8:30-9:30am Holy Hour with Benediction
    • Wednesday (August-April) 8:30am-5:30pm Holy Hour with Benediction
  • Catholic Community of Carolina Forest, Myrtle Beach
    • Thursdays 6-7 followed by Mass