Ordinariate Mass - Sun Sept 6
Updated: Sep 3, 2020
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
208 7th Avenue West Hendersonville, NC 28791
3:00 - 3:45 pm Confessions
Doors Open at 3:30 PM for Pre-Mass Talk Series:
"Ordinariate Mass Intro: The What & Why"
4:00 pm Sung Mass in the Ordinariate Form
Following Mass: Complementary BBQ Dinner
The Park at Flat Rock, 55 Highland Golf Dr, Flat Rock, NC 28731.
Thanks to a generous donor, this meal will be complementary.
Be sure to indicate if you plan to attend the BBQ on your RSVP for Mass.
Signed up so far:
Celebrant: Rev. Phillip Mayer
The celebrant for the August 30 Mass will be Rev. Phillip Mayer. Fr. Mayer is pictured here hearing confessions in a drive through set up during the lock-down in Florida. Father celebrated our first Mass in WNC on July 5.
Fr. Phillip Mayer is a priest of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. He was recently appointed parochial administrator of St. James Catholic Church, which began holding Mass in Jacksonville on July 28, 2019. Fr. Mayer came to St. James after having served as the director of Campus Ministry at Santa Fe Catholic High School in Lakeland, as well as serving for a time in the Diocese of St. Petersburg where he completed assignments in chancery, parish, and hospital settings. Prior to coming into the Catholic Church in 2012 Fr. Mayer served as an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Dallas where he was assigned as the vicar of a mission parish and become known for his fundraising, and energetic leadership and outreach. He is married with three children. As a former Protestant minister, he was given special permission by the Vatican to be ordained as a married man.
Ordinariate priests will be traveling to Western NC to offer this Mass for an emerging group that is working towards starting an Ordinariate parish in our area. Immaculate Conception will be hosting this new community and their liturgies as they get off the ground. The first Masses will take place as announced, normally on Sunday evenings. All are welcome and all are encouraged to visit this beautiful form of the Mass. As with all liturgies during the pandemic, face coverings & signups are required (limited to 190)