Tuesday, November 23, 2021 at 5:34 PM
A blessed Thanksgiving to you! Mass, Thursday at 10AM, no Mass Friday. Office closed Wed.-Fri.
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Mass and confession times

at our year-round Hampstead and summer-only Surf City locations

Welcome to Mass at All Saints:

  • Hampstead, NC: (18737 US Highway 17 N., year-round)  
    Saturdays 5PM, Sundays 9AM & 11AM;
    Tu,W 4PM; Th,F 9AM. No daily Mass and office closed: Mondays
  • Surf City, NC: (420 N. Topsail Dr., Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day)
    reopens in spring

WELCOME. No matter where you are in your journey of faith; no matter what your struggles may be… you belong to Jesus Christ and you belong to us. You are invited, accepted, and respected here at All Saints Catholic Parish. We want to share our Roman Catholic way of faith and discipleship in Christ with you. We look forward to celebrating Mass with you.

Hampstead indoors:
Sat 5PM, Sun 9AM & 11AM 

  • Daily Mass: Tu,W 4pm; Th,F 9am
  • No reservations required. Fully vaccinated do not need masks. The unvaccinated and at-risk are encouraged to weak masks.
  • Outdoor options at Hampstead: In-car or lawn chair, following Mass on FM 87.7 (and 11AM Facebook live) with speakers in the courtyard/patio.

Daily Mas Tu-W 4PM, Th-F 9AM

Surf City outdoors:
reopens in spring

Easter Sunday, and Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend

Online Mass: Sundays 11AM

Thursdays and Fridays at 9AM

CONFESSION

Hampstead: Saturdays at 4-4:30pm and by appointment

Adoration

First Friday of every month: 9AM Mass followed by Adoration until 10:30AM (NOT Nov. 5)

 

CHRISTMAS AND ADVENT MASS TIMES: 

November 27 at 5PM 
November 28 9&11AM

First Weekend of Advent

Saturdays at 4-4:30PM
Wednesdays at 5-6:30PM

Confession times during Advent
(no Deanery communal penance service this year)

Wednesday, December 8
9AM and 7PM

Mass: The Immaculate Conception
of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(Holy Day of Obligation)

December 12
by appointment

CHAP Christmas outreach distribution day
at Blake’s Chapel (donate before Dec.5)

December 18 at 5PM
December 19 at 9&11AM

Fourth Weekend of Advent Masses

December 19 noon-1:30PM

Christmas tree decorating party

Dec.24 at 4PM & 6PM

Christmas Eve Masses

Dec.25 at 10AM

Christmas Day Mass

December 26 at 9&11AM

Mass: The Holy Family of
                Jesus, Mary & Joseph

Saturday, Jan. 1 at 10AM

Mass: Solemnity of Mary Mother of God

Jan.1 5PM, Jan.2 9&11AM

The Epiphany of the Lord weekend Masses

Jan.8 5PM, Jan.9 9&11AM
January 9 at noon

The Baptism of the Lord weekend Masses
Unwrapping Party, take down decor

 

COVID PRECAUTIONS: Celebrating Mass is our priority. Whether participating in our sacred liturgies in-person or online, we remain united in the Eucharist.
 

IMPORTANT: If you feel sick, please stay home; Jesus understands.

Anyone who has recently been exposed to someone with COVID, is experiencing or lives with someone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or who has or lives with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 should not to return to Mass until they have met CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation.

As we return to Mass, Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama has updated guidelines.

MASKS: The fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks; the unvaccinated and at-risk are encouraged to wear masks. Reservations are no longer required. The Bishop's dispensation remains for those who are at-risk. Bishop Zarama has temporarily removed the Sunday Mass attendance obligation. read more 

Updated Guidance for Masses, Parish Ministries and Celebrations of the Sacraments

During the pandemic we the faithful have made every effort in the Diocese of Raleigh to exercise charity and compassion while safeguarding the health and welfare of one another. These actions have necessarily included separation from one another and limits on how many of us may gather for the liturgy. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, we have a unique opportunity to give even greater witness as a Catholic community of believers. May our continued return to Mass provide us with even greater awareness of the beauty and wonder of our faith and the importance of our relationship with one another as the body of Christ.

Bishop Zarama has continued to dispense the faithful from their Sunday obligation. While this dispensation is applicable to all, it is continued primarily for the elderly, sick, those with pre-existing health conditions or other vulnerable people.

As more of the general population becomes vaccinated and federal and/or state COVID-19 restrictions are eased, parishes are encouraged to do the following:

  • Refrain from Communion from the chalice and/or shaking hands during the Sign of Peace.
  • Take additional precautions when distributing Holy Communion, including frequent use of hand sanitizer by Eucharistic Ministers.
  • Continue to maintain a section of seating in which strict social distancing and mask wearing protocols remain in place to accommodate non-vaccinated or other vulnerable people.

Come nourish, grow and share our Catholic faith

together with us at All Saints -- one parish with two locations, united in faith and mission -- to live a life worthy of the calling we have received. (Ephesians 4:1)
Faith, stewardship, and community are evident in all we do. As a stewardship parish, we focus on hospitality, prayer, formation, and service -- in other words, Christian kindness, heart-to-heart relationship and conversation with God, discovering and sharing Christ, and love in action. 

 

 

When Incense Is Used 

  • Solemnities
  • Christmas, Christmas Season
  • Easter, most Easter Season Sundays at 9AM, not 11AM (also Holy Thursday, and Holy Saturday Easter Vigil) None on Sundays at 11AM. None in Surf City.
  • First Friday – Adoration
  • Funerals

NO incense:

  • Advent
  • Lent
  • Ordinary Time
  • 11AM Mass always incense-free
  • None in Surf City

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PARKING in Hampstead is easily accessible on our large lot, with overflow parking on the grass and under the trees, allowing entrance/exit way. On Easter and Christmas, allow extra time and consider carpooling. 

PARKING in Surf City on our church parking lot is reserved for those attending Mass. Please check with the Town of Surf City regarding other parking lots. Allow yourself plenty of time to park and get seated. Chairs are provided in the pavilion. You are welcome to bring your own chair(s) or beach blanket to sit outside the pavilion.

 

 

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FUNERALS:

Saturday, July 10 at 11AM: Funeral Mass for Patricia Pollich with Msgr. Joseph Ntuwa presiding

Friday, July 9 at 3PM: Memorial service for Jared LaCivita (1992-2021)  at Andrews Hampstead chapel with Msgr. Joseph Ntuwa presiding, following family visitation at 2-3PM.

Sat. June 26 at 12PM noon  Margaret Nattrass; Fr. Frank “Mac” Raffo

Wed. June 30 at 11AM Gerald Addonisio; Msgr. Joseph (will livestream to their Facebook, Kari will assist) Visitation is Tuesday at

Wed. July 7 11AM Luis Arrias, Interment at Oakdale in Wilmington; Msgr. Joseph

Ed Mennona Funeral Mass on Friday, February 12 at 12 noon with Msgr. Joseph Ntuwa presiding; 11am viewing. 

Raymond Spillane Funeral Mass on Wed. 1/13 at 11AM for  father of Rick Spillane, followed by interment at Sea Lawn. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the LAMB Foundation, c/o Knights #12281

Rev. Terrence Collins  1943-2019. Memorial Service was held at All Saints, Hampstead on March 12, 2019. Funeral Mass was celebrated on March 8, 2019 at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral with Bishop Luis R. Zarama. Interment at Saint Michael Catholic Cemetery in Stratford, CT.

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