Welcome to St. Charles Borromeo Parish. We are a community of considerable ethnic and socio-economic diversity; however, we find our joyful unity in the reverent celebration of the Holy Eucharist. At St. Charles we strive to make space and to help each person discover and use his gifts for the uplifting of others. Here the poor are supported, the ailing are comforted, the dispossessed are welcomed, and the immigrant is embraced. Our doors, as our hearts, are open to all. Come and see for yourself.
Mon-Fri at noon
1.Wear mask at all times
2.Sit only in places marked with an x (there are 28 marked places, one for each person. Those living in one house or apartment may sit together
3. Use sanitizer on entering and departing
4. If you do not feel well please do not attend (temperature will be taken)
5. Maintain distance when coming to receive Holy Communion.
6. Come on Time!
On Pentecost Sunday, May 23, we will resume
in-person Mass at St. Charles Borromeo. Beginning Saturday, May 22, there will be a 5 PM Mass, and on Sunday, May 23, there will be a 9 AM Mass in English and a 5 PM Mass in Spanish. The general obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and holy days of obligation will be narrowed to include only those who remain vulnerable to the coronavirus. The 9 AM Mass on Sundays will be still be livestreamed for those parishioners who cannot attend mass in the church. For your own protection and the protection of others, please wear a mask if you have not been vaccinated.
If you want more detailed information, go to the Diocese of Charlotte’s website. Thank you.
St. Charles Borromeo is excited to offer parishioners the option of online giving. Online Giving is convenient and secure. It allows you to set up automatic recurring contributions and view your complete online giving history from anywhere you have access to the Internet. Click on the “Online Giving” button to get started. Thank you for your support.
Dear fellow parishioners of St Charles Borromeo
During this difficult and stressful time, I hope you are finding ways to stay connected to your family and loved ones. I know many of you have been helping to meet the needs of our health care workers and looking after our vulnerable parishioners. May God bless your good works.
I also know that many of you are financially impacted by this pandemic. Our parish, too, has been financially affected. Our weekly offertory was decreased substantially which has affected our ability to meet our fixed expenses. You can continue to support the parish by sending in checks and through online donations, either weekly, monthly or when you are able. You can do this on the parish website or call the office if you need assistance.
Even if you cannot donate at this time, please stay safe and continue to pray for relief and healing. May God grant us mercy so that soon we can resume worshiping together, singing together, and receiving the blessed eucharist.