We are called by our Baptism to actively live our Catholic Faith by proclaiming the Word of God, Jesus Christ, in all that we say and do, serving God's people and building a community filled with the Holy Spirit that is nourished by Scripture and Sacraments.

Seminarians

PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SUMMER SEMINARIAN, JESUS JULIO TOVAR, AND ALL OF OUR DIOCESE OF RALEIGH SEMINARIANS AS THEY ARE ON RETREAT THIS WEEK!!!

Jim Lauve

As was mentioned during the Livestream Mass this past Sunday, Jim Lauve, a long-time parishioner, died on Saturday in Richmond, where he was living near his son. We do not have any details at this time about funeral arrangements but when we know, they will be posted here!!!

Church Reopening -- Phase 2

While the state has entered Phase 2 of the Reopening Process, we are still limited to 10 people gathering inside the church at this time. Bishop Zarama has said that parishes that have been doing livestream Mass should continue to do so.

Some have asked about outdoor liturgies as some local parishes have started doing. The outdoor limit for gathering is 25 so we are NOT going to proceed to that area either.

Weekday Masses (and Tuesday Communion) are OPEN but still limited to 10 people. You can reserve your seat at any of these by calling the parish office and having Cherie put you on the list.

The court may have determined that the Governor cannot regulate churches, but we must still follow the directives sent by Bishop Zarama.

Looking forward to the day when we can gather fully together again!!!

Livestream Mass

We plan to provide livestream Masses for Holy Week from St. Egbert Chapel according to the following schedule:

Sundays at 11 AM in English

Domingo at 1 PM en Espanol

To access the livestream, logon to YouTube.com and in the Search bar, type St. Egbert Catholic Church. You should find it by scrolling down and it will be the first or second piece on the list.

Spiritual Communion Prayer

This prayer from St. Alphonsus Liquori titled Act of Spiritual Communion is for those times when one cannot receive the Eucharist in a physical manner:

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. AMEN.

Stewardship and Offertory

During this time of separation due to COVID-19 and the fact that we cannot gather for Word and Sacrament, the church still has expenses and obligations that need to be fulfilled. While we know and appreciate that some of our families are having some financial issues themselves, we ask that where it is possible that parishioners remember to send their donations to the church. You can signup for Online Giving by clicking the link below or by mailing them to the parish at 1706 Evans Street, Morehead City, NC 28557. We thank you for your assistance in helping us fulfill our obligations.

Online Giving

Online GivingYou can now make your offertory donations online by using the link below.

https://osvonlinegiving.com/4855

 

Mass Times

Sunday 11:00 am, 1:00 pm (Spanish) (LIVESTREAM on YouTube)
Monday 9:00 am
Tuesday 9:00 am (Communion in absence of a priest)
Wednesday 12 Noon
Thursday 7 PM
Friday 9:00 am

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Confessions by appt. (726-2535)

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Photo Albums

  • The altar for Easter at the Civic Center.
  • John at the Piano
  • Fr. Davis and the servers (Pliskos) arrive at the altar.
  • Lynn proclaiming the Psalm ``This is the Day!''
  • Fr. T elevates the Eucharist just prior to Communion.
  • Fr. T gives a blessing to a parishioner at Communion time.