Come to Mass
9 AM, 11 AM, 5:30 PM (all in English)
1 PM (in Spanish)
We live-stream all Masses on Facebook. Click on a Mass time to download the order of worship.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 12 PM
12 PM in Latin
7:30 PM in Spanish
preceded by Holy Hour and Confessions at 6:30 PM
Holy Hour (1st Saturday of the month): 5:30-6:30 PM
Saturday 4:00-5:00 PM (in English)
Sunday 12:20-12:45 PM (in Spanish)
Ven a Misa
9 AM, 11 AM, 5:30 PM (todas en Ingles)
1 PM (en Español)
Transmitimos en vivo todas las misas en Facebook. Presione en la hora de la Santa Misa que va a participar para descargar la Hoja de Canto y Oraciones.
Misa entre semana
Lunes, Martes, Miércoles: 12 PM
12 PM (en Latín)
7:30 PM en Español
Hora Santa y Confesiones a las 6:30 PM
No hay Misa
no hay Misa
Hora Santa (primer Sábado del mes): 5:30-6:30 PM
Sábado 4:00-5:00 PM (in Ingles)
Domingo 12:20-12:45 PM (en Español)
A New Generation
The Campaign for The Basilica of Saint Peter's Third Century
Thanks be to Almighty God for all He is doing through you for His glory in the heart of downtown Columbia! Help us expand to accommodate the current and future growth of the Basilica parish.
Read more about the campaign
I’m thrilled to welcome you to the historic Basilica of Saint Peter, the Capital City’s parish and mother church of Catholics in the midlands!
At Saint Peter’s we seek to make Christ known through celebrating liturgies that lift our hearts and minds heavenward while engaging in the here and now to live out our calling in ways that touch the poor and challenge all.
Our hope is that you’ll join us in our grand pilgrimage as together, we journey with Christ in union with the Saints and struggling sinners to our eternal home.
The Very Reverend Canon Gary S. Linsky, V.F., Rector
Holy Scripture is a source of strength for us.
Follow the Church Universal in going through it day by day.
Diocese of Charleston
The Basilica of Saint Peter is a parish of the diocese of Charleston. Are you looking for more information about the Diocese? Do you want to know more about what is going on in the wider Diocese?