Mass & Confession Times

Masses for the the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

Wednesday, December 7
Adoration at 4:45 p.m.
Confessions from 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Benediction at 5:45 p.m.
Vigil Mass for the Solemnity at 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, December 8
Mass at 9:00 a.m.


Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil, 5:15 pm
Sunday, 9:00 am
Sunday, 5:00 pm

Daily Mass

Monday, 8:30 am
Wednesday, 6:00 pm
Thursday, 8:30 am
Friday, 9:00 am
Quarterly Healing Masses offered as announced

Eucharistic Adoration

Wednesday, 4:45-5:45 pm
First Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm


Wednesday, 4:45 pm -5:45 pm
Saturday, 4:00 pm -5:00 pm

Or by appointment

Christmas Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve - 5:15 pm and 10:00 pm
Christmas Day - 9:00 am
There will be no 5:00 Mass on Christmas Day

New Church Construction Picture of the Week

Welcome to Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church

Welcome to the website for Our Lady of the Rosary Parish in Greenville, South Carolina.
At last, after many years of waiting, prayer and sacrifice, the new Our Lady of the Rosary church is being built. Our new church is more than just a building. It is a sign and symbol of the beautiful, good and true work that God is doing in many ways in our parish.
Our family of faith is growing as more families join us for worship, fellowship, education, ministry and outreach. With a thriving youth group, an excellent parish school, and dynamic and committed lay people, we work here in South Greenville not only to worship as Catholics, but to enrich and expand our ministry to our neighbors in this area.
I hope you will use this website to keep up to date with worship and all the different activities in our parish. Use the site to contact ministry leaders and to be in touch with us with news, updates and any requests you have for ministry, prayer and learning more about the faith.
Your parish priest,
Fr. Longenecker

News & Events

Parish Pilgrimage to Italy

Brick Courtyard Project

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Visit Father Dwight Longenecker's Website & Blog

Homilies from Our Lady of the Rosary

Lepers and Foreigners

Priests on the Frontline