1633 Waverly Road | Pawleys Island, SC 29585

(843) 237-3428


Precious Blood

Pawleys Island

August 1, 2021

 Weekend Masses:

Saturday 5PM – Sunday 8AM – 10:30 AM

 – Confessions  4pm in the Church

( see guidelines below )

Update on COVID – 19 – Coronavirus

We will continue to update our congregation on local streaming here at PBOC –

Please join us every Saturday 5PM & Sunday  at 10:30 am for our STREAMED weekend Liturgy


Welcome to JAVA…

What is JAVA? JAVA is a place for parents to gather in community to share a cup of coffee, relax, and make new friends while their children are busy learning during religious education time.

Why JAVA? JAVA comes from the idea that “because of Jesus, we are … Joyfully Alive, Victorious and Able”!

When is JAVA? If there is religious education scheduled for your child, then you can find JAVA!

Where is JAVA? JAVA can be found in the back lobby of the PLC. Feel free to drop off your children in their appropriate classrooms at 9:10 and take a stroll to the back lobby through the St Therese courtyard  (located through the glass doors in the main PLC lobby).

*** Childcare will be available for your little ones.


40 Days for Life September 28 – November 6


Daily Devotionals

 Days 1-10-

Days 11-20



40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life campaign with a vision to access God’s power through prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil to turn hearts and minds from a culture of death to a culture of life, and bring an end to abortion.



  • Daily Devotionals will be available on PBOC website and PBOC Facebook page beginning on September 28th. Paper copies will also be available in the Narthex.
  • Rosary for the Unborn will be prayed next Sunday, October 2 and Sunday, November 6 after 10:30 Mass at the Monument to the Unborn, weather permitting or in the sanctuary before Our Blessed Mother.



  • Christ said some demons can only be driven out by prayer and fasting. Fast from whatever it is that separates you from God.



  • Pray at Planned Parenthood in Charleston, Friday, October 7th, leave after 8:30 AM Mass from PBOC parking lot or sign up on your own at https://www.40daysforlife.com/charleston.
  • PBOC Vigil along Waverly Road, Sunday, November 6th from 2:00-3:00 PM
  • Life Chain Sunday, October 2nd, 3:00-4:00 PM along Church and N Fraser Street in Georgetown (Hardees and Thomas Supply parking lot). Arrive at 2:45 for group prayer and pick up signs.


ROSARY COAST TO COAST – SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9 at 4:00 PMJoin the Fight. Answer the Call.

 Mark your calendar and plan to join with tens of thousands of faithful Catholics praying the rosary at the same time for peace and conversion in our Church, nation and world. The time is now to call upon God Almighty, through the powerful intercession of Our Lady of the Rosary, to heal our country and return it to holiness. Bring your rosary. Bring your friends & family.

NOTE NEW LOCATION: We will have ONLY ONE LOCATION this year gathering on church grounds in the area in front of the PBOC sign.




This area’s most vulnerable period during hurricane season is August 1 through the second week of October.  WBTW News 13’s Chief Meteorologist (and parishioner) Frank Johnson will present information about Hurricane Preparedness at all

Masses this weekend of July 30-31 .  

Updated Disaster Guides will be available for your use in

planning and preparing with your families. Extra copies will

be available at the parish office. Please keep this important information handy!

Frank will also have a Hurricane Q & A Session on Monday, August 1st at 9:30 AM in the PLC, Room 1.  Anyone is

welcome to attend –  especially our new families!


Hurricane  Disaster Guide 2022 


The Eucharistic Revival starts NOW

We all need healing in our lives, yet many of us are separated from the very source of our strength. Jesus Christ invites us to return to the source and summit of our faith—His body, blood, soul and divinity in the Holy Eucharist.

Click Link below for more information 


Eucharistic Revival/Avivamiento Eucarístico


*The 2022 Bishop’s Annual Appeal has begun in our parish and throughout our diocese.

We join our Catholic brothers and sisters throughout our state to provide support for several critical ministries of our church.  Every year, the Bishop’s Annual Appeal challenges us to look outside our parish boundaries and support the universal causes of our church.

This coming week, you will receive information regarding the Appeal in the mail.

Thank you for your consideration and support of these important ministries that support our diocese and our local parish.





COVID-19 UPDATE effective 3/2/22


Some things have changed for our church and parish life center over the last month


In our Church :

–  The blocking of every other pew has been removed in the main sanctuary

–  Parishioners are no longer required to wear masks ( Masks are required in Chapel and Choir Loft )

–  Holy water fonts have been filled, hands-free available

–  Restrictions on the presentation of the gifts is eliminated

–  Missals, missalettes and song books have been



Effective June 5the general dispensation

from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass will end.


We also continue to make all parishioners feel welcomed and safe as noted below:

–  The areas of our chapel and choir loft will have seating to be used only for those parishioners who want to continue with extra social distancing- masks are required in these areas

Please give this due consideration for those who are uncomfortable with a return to closer seating arrangements.

–  Livestreaming of Masses will still occur for those who are unable to attend and who are still dispensed from attending Mass.


In our Parish Life Center:

–  Our Parish Office has returned to full-time hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM, and Thursday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

–  Our PLC classrooms and lobby are available for meetings. .    .


To schedule the PLC classrooms or chapel for use, please

contact Ellen Sullivan in the Parish Office 843-237-3428, ext. 4 or coordinator@pbocchurch.com.










We have adopted a new way of communicating with you. This week you may receive a message from the new system of our parish, Evangelus.
This is not spam. We encourage you to open the message and follow the link to create a profile and select your preferred form of contact.
Visit eva.us/PBOC to sign-up and let us know if you prefer to receive emails or text messages from us.
You can also follow us on Social media and download our
parish app as well.

The link below will allow access to streamed weekend liturgies,

funerals and all other streamed events

Click here to view Live Stream on our Parish Website





Daily Mass on Wednesday at 8:30 AM


our Frist Friday  Daily Mass at 8:30 AM 






A new way to access our streamed Liturgies

We are now listed on the Boxcast app. Anyone with an Apple TV, Roku


Amazon Fire Stick can download the app and stream directly –

    Please note we are now providing copies of the hymns for this weekend’s liturgy on our parish website and Facebook page. For those of you viewing on the parish website the hymns will automatically appear in a window with the video stream. Click on the arrow in the upper right corner to open a new tab for easier viewing. You can then move between tabs. Facebook users can find the hymns directly below the broadcast


Spiritual Communion Prayer


Weekend of 10/08 &  10/09 : Streaming 5:00PM & 10:30AM




Fr. Paul MacNeil’s Homily of August 12, 2018.

“Get Up and be courageous in your journey to heaven”