a Catholic Parish serving the University Area of Charlotte North Carolina

As of Pentecost Sunday, May 23, 2021, Bishop Jugis has removed the dispensation and all Catholics are obliged to return to attending Holy Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, unless you are ill, caring for someone who is, or at-risk of illness due to a compromised immune system. 

Click here for more information about the decree


October 24, 2021 - The Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time/22nd Sunday After Pentecost


Bulletin and Worship Aid

Mass Intentions: 10/25 through 10/31


Holy Mass



Latin Mass

Parish Calendar


Digital Catholic Toolbox

Online Giving





We are working on some technical difficulties with our livestream camera.  Until further notice, there will be no livestreams for Mass and other events.  Sorry for the inconvenience!


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R.C.I.A. Registration

Interested in becoming Catholic? Baptized Catholic, but still need the Sacrament of Confirmation? Our Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (R.C.I.A.) program begins August 31st. Classes are held every Tuesday from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. in Aquinas Hall. We're also in need of Catholic sponsors to accompany those who are on this journey to full communion with the Catholic Church. Learn more and register now! 

Youth Choir

Each Tuesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the choir room located in the Catholic Campus Ministry building (in the handicap parking lot). Contact Deb for more info.

Volunteer at St. Thomas!

If you have been attending Mass, we hope you can assist us with basic needs during the Liturgy! E-mail Deacon Joe Diaz and Thanks for your help!

  • Ushers
  • Readers
  • Collection of Offertory
  • Altar Serving for young men 

Are You Striving for Sainthood?

This examination is adapted from the official questionnaire that is used when the Church is investigating the worthiness for beatification and canonization of Catholics. They are the questions that are asked of the witnesses who knew the person in question when they were alive. It is a truly great examination of how we are doing, and what type of goals we can set in order to truly live our Catholic faith.  Are we striving to be saints?  There are only saints in Heaven. 

Prayers & Devotions

Below are many prayers and devotions that you can do in your home with your family.

The Year of St. Joseph

Pietra Fitness Class

Join us for the upcoming 4 week series of Pietra Fitness classes at St. Thomas in Aquinas Hall on Wednesday nights at 6:30-7:30 pm beginning November 3. Classes are for women ages 16 and over and for all fitness levels. $40 for the series of four classes (or $15/class).  Learn more about this Catholic centric exercise by e-mailing Betsy: 
betsy.edhsolutionsllc@gmail.com, and sign up here:  https://www.signupgenius.com/ go/20F0E48A4A62BA57-pietra14. 

Gardeners Needed

If you have a green thumb, please contact us about helping take care of our beautiful gardens.  We are in need of more hands to help weed, water, and plant!  E-mail Monica for more information!

Altar Server Training

If you are a young man who has received First Holy Communion, we encourage you to serve at the altar.  Many priestly vocations were birthed from assisting the priest at the altar!  If you are interested in serving the Novus Ordo Mass, E-mail Deacon Martin.  stmartinpfu@hotmail.com
Latin Mass training: daniel.carter@windstream.net  

Clothing Drive in Honor of the Infant of Prague

Please save and donate new and clean, gently worn clothing, coats, sheets and comforters to our clothing drive. Our clothing drive will take place on October 23 and 24.

October 31 Events

  • Knights of Columbus Pancake Breakfast- after the 7:30 and 9:30 Mass
  • Latin Mass: The Feast of Christ the King.  Following Mass will be a Eucharistic Procession
  • All Saints Trick or Treat - have your child dress as their favorite saint or holy creature and they can collect candy.  It will follow after the Procession in the Courtyard.

Blood Drive

We need representation from our parish at our next blood drive.  Giving blood saves lives.  You can schedule your appointment online at redcrossblood.org and search for our drive on October 23. Please contact Don if you can assist at our next blood drive at 8 a.m.

Saint Relics Needed

This year for All Saints Day, we are looking to display relics of saints for our friends to come and venerate on October 31 and November 1, alongside our friends at St. Mark and St. Ann. If you have relics of saints displayed at your home and would like to give our parish the opportunity to share them with our Catholic community, please e-mail Tim at tflynn@stacharlotte.com for more information!

Dr. Peter Kwasniewski

The Charlotte Latin Mass Community invite you to a special evening with Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, noted author, professor, and composer on a talk titled "Given the Choice, Why Should I Consistently Attend the Latin Mass" on Saturday, November 6 at 7:00 p.m. in Aquinas Hall.  Pizza will be provided to our guests and a suggested free will donation can be given. RSVP to info@charlottelatinmass.org.



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