Registration and Parishioner Status
Please make Christ Our King your parish by completing the online registration form or filling out a paper registration card. The online form can be found by clicking here. Cards can be found in the rear of the church or by visiting the Parish Office in the Life Center.
It has become a general procedure that statements testifying to the active, participating, contributing status of an individual be provided for those wishing to be sacramental sponsors or receive parishioner rates for Catholic school tuition. We cannot issue such statements if you are not a registered and active member of Christ Our King. You must use the offertory envelopes provided to registered parishioners to verify your active status.
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The Sick and the Dying
In the gospels, Christ visits the sick, offering mercy, comfort, and healing. When one member of Christ's Body is afflicted, the whole Church suffers.
Priests and deacons are called to visit the sick and the dying, bringing comfort and grace through the sacraments. The lay faithful are also called to perform works of mercy such as visiting the sick and comforting the dying.
The Sacraments of Healing
Christ has the power to heal both body and spirit. He entrusted to his Church the Sacraments of Healing: Penance and Reconciliation and the Anointing of the Sick. These sacraments confer grace, consolation, and strength.
Holy Communion outside Mass
Liturgy of the Word with Distribution of Holy Communion
For those who are prevented form attending Mass, a deacon presides weekly at Mt. Pleasant Manor, Sandpiper Nursing and Rehab, Savannah Grace, and Sandpiper Courtyard.
Sunday Eucharist from Mass
The faithful have a duty to keep Sunday holy, especially by sharing in the Eucharist. On Sundays, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion bring the Eucharist from the 9:30 AM Mass and Noon Mass directly to the sick, the homebound, and residents of facilities who cannot attend Mass.
Wednesday Eucharist from Mass
On Wednesdays, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion bring the Eucharist from the Noon Mass directly to those who cannot attend Mass due to age or infirmity.
Holy Communion for the Hospitalized
Clergy and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion bring the Eucharist to those who are hospitalized.
Mass in Facilities
Independent Living, Rehab, and Nursing Facilities
Christ Our King priests celebrate Mass on rotating schedule at facilities within the parish boundaries.
If you need or a family member needs assistance or if you wish to volunteer, please contact Marie Donnelly, Director of Pastoral Care and Senior Ministry: email@example.com or 843-884-0065.