"We aspire to support the local diocese and parish with opportunities for Catholics to grow and deepen their faith life"
  • Men's Evening of Reflection, Mar 17

    Regnum Christi Triad Men's Team invites men to a special evening too reflect on on the role of man in the modern world with guest speaker Fr. Daniel McCaffrey. Event held at Our Lady of Grace Parish in Greensboro, NC.

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  • Men's Formation Evening, Apr 20

    Regnum Christi of the Triad invites men to join them for Mass, an inspiring talk, dinner and fellowship at St. Paul the Apostle Parish in Greensboro, NC.

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  • Women's Morning Reflection, Apr 21

    Regnum Christi of the Triad invites women to join them for Mass, an inspiring talk, breakfast and fellowship at St. Paul the Apostle Parish in Greensboro, NC.

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  • Couple's Night Out, Apr 21

    Enjoy an evening of fellowship with other married couples and an inspirational talk aimed at strengthening your marriage. Event held at St. Michael Parish in Gastonia.

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  • Men's & Women's Spiritual Retreats

    Regnum Christi offers a variety of spiritual retreats for men and women, modeled after the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. The retreats allow you to set aside your daily routine to focus on God’s call in your life.

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  • What is Regnum Christi

    Regnum Christi helps people to live their faith deeply and to get involved in works of service that assist people with the hope of bringing them closer to Our Lord.

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What Is Regnum Christi?

Regnum Christi is a movement of apostolate, which ardently seeks to establish the Kingdom of Christ among all people. The movement strives to be a witness to Christ, living our spirituality and mission as the Holy Spirit intended, with joy, humility, zeal, and passion for Christ. Regnum Christi offers a comprehensive methodology to developing apostleship which provides a pathway for deeper conversion and discovery of one’s apostolic mission aligned with the needs of the local Church.  For more information, click here.

Weekly Regnum Christi Meetings

One of the specific activities Regnum Chrisit offers for the formation and perseverance of its members, is the weekly Encounter with Christ meetings. The purpose of the meeting is to help members meet the living Christ more intensely each day. By meeting as a group and applying what we read and meditate on in the Gospel, by analyzing our personal fidelity to apostolic and spiritual commitments, and by contemplating contemporary occurrences in the light of the Gospel, we come to recognize Christ walking by our side.  The following are the weekly Encounter with Christ groups within the Charlotte, Triad and upstate South Carolina areas:

Greater Charlotte Area Meetings

  • Men’s Meeting – Monday morning at 6 am — Panera Bread (I-485, Exit 1 and Tryon Rd, Charlotte). For information contact Tom Heath: johnthomas.heath@gmail.com
  • Men’s Meeting – Saturday morning at 7:30 am — International House of Pancakes (16815 Caldwell Creek Dr, Huntersville). For information contact Joe Aiello: atlanticpgm@gmail.com
  • Women’s Meeting – Tuesday evenings at  7:30 pm — 10501 Dairy Court in Charlotte. For information contact Cathy Osmera: cathy.osmera@gmail.com
  • Women’s Meeting – Monday afternoons at 2:30 pm — St. Michael Catholic Church in Gastonia. For information contact Lori Tortorich: mltort@gmail.com

Triad Area Meetings

  • Men’s Meeting – Saturday mornings at 6:45-8 am — Our Lady of Grace Parish, Greensboro. For information contact John Endredy: jendredy@gmail.com or 336-202-9635.
  • Women’s Meeting  Thursday evening at 7 pm — 1205 McDowell Dr., Greensboro. For information contact Patty Disney; pdisney01@icloud.com or (336) 382-2558

Upstate South Carolina Area Meetings

  • Men’s Meeting – Friday morning at 6 am — 350 Montagu Drive, Spartanburg, SC. For information contact Greg Andress: gtandress1@charter.net or (864) 909-6841
  • Women’s Meeting – Thursday evenings @ 7 pm — Jesus, Our Risen Savior Catholic Church (Rm 111), Spartanburg, SC. For information contact Margaret St. Germain; Lar1324@gmail.com or (864) 591-3432
  • Women’s Meeting – Monday mornings @ 10 am — Contact Joan Patrick: joan.patrick@me.com or (803) 449-4031
  • Women’s Meeting – Thursday evenings @ 6:30 pm — Contact Toni Morrison: tonirowan13@yahoo.com or (803) 237-2464

Calendar

Feb
10
Sat
2018
25 Hour Marriage Get Away @ St. Francis Prayer Center
Feb 10 @ 2:30 pm – Feb 11 @ 3:30 pm
25 Hour Marriage Get Away @ St. Francis Prayer Center | Stoneville | North Carolina | United States

CLICK HERE to register

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Feb
16
Fri
2018
Father & Son Retreat @ YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly
Feb 16 @ 5:00 pm – Feb 18 @ 1:30 pm

Conquest Father & Son Retreat
Feb. 16-18
Arrival 6 pm on Feb. 16. Depart 1 pm on Feb. 18

Come join us for fun and fellowship at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, NC where you will enjoy a blend of spiritual, social and sports activities.  Spend quality time with your son while growing in your Catholic Faith.  Ages 5-18 welcome.  Dads must accompany their children unless other chaperone accommodations are made.  Space is limited so don’t procrastinate – reply today!

PLEASE RSVP to Greg Andress at gtandress1@charter.net by 1/17/18.
For more information, contact Greg at (864) 909-6841

Feb
25
Sun
2018
Mother & Daughter Tea
Feb 25 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

The women of RC Greater Charlotte invite mothers and daughters to their annual tea party.  All young ladies age 10 and older are welcome to attend. Please RSVP to Cathy Osmera via email at cathy.osmera@gmail.com.

Mar
17
Sat
2018
Men’s Evening of Reflection @ Our Lady of Grace Parish Life Center
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The Regnum Christi Triad Men’s Team invites you to a special event to reflect on “The Role of Man in the Modern World”. Speaker Fr. Daniel McCaffrey will be the guest speaker. Fr. Daniel McCaffrey was ordained in 1958. A year later he departed for the Muslim country of Pakistan where he served for over eight years as a missionary. Father holds a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from the University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicam) in Rome. In 1968, during the Vietnam Conflict Father joined the United States Army Chaplain Corps. During more than twenty years active duty he served in Vietnam, Korea, Germany and Honduras, as well as numerous army installations throughout the United States. During his ministry he has worked in the Apostolate of Marriage Enrichment establishing successful Natural Family Planning programs on the diocesan and parish levels. Father is a priest of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

  • Social begins at 6:00 pm with beer, wings & appetizers
  • Guest speak to begin at 7:00 pm

There is no cost for this event but please register at rcmenmar17.eventbrite.com.
Contact John Endredy at jendredy@gmail.com with questions.

Mar
23
Fri
2018
Women’s 2-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
Mar 23 @ 5:00 pm – Mar 25 @ 1:30 pm

Do you need a spiritual makeover?  Would you like to discover Jesus in your life?

  • Encountering Christ
  • Loving Christ
  • Following Christ

These three actions could describe the whole of a Christian’s life, but how many of us are not doing them or some part of them well?  Join us for a retreat to examine your spiritual life and find what may be holding you back from the fullness of joy that is living in Christ.

Encountering Christ – Many people have met Jesus Christ and he has changed their lives completely.  We will focus on prayer – one of the most important places we meet Christ.  How do we pray?  How do we know we are praying?  What are the pitfalls to avoid in prayer?  In this first part of the retreat we will offer a kind of prayer workshop to help us pray better.

Loving Christ – We marvel at the lives of the saints – people who have fallen deeply in love with Christ.  How deep is my love for Christ?  What do I need to do in order to fall more deeply in love with Him?  This second part of the retreat will be in silence.  We will use some of the skills we learned for prayer in the first part of the retreat to pray meditations that will help us hear what Jesus is trying to say to us.

Following Christ – As Christians, people who have encountered Christ and fallen deeply in love with him, a big part of our daily struggle is to follow him.  How should I follow him?  What is it that he wants me to do?  Following the silent part of the retreat, we will have an opportunity to think about what we have learned in prayer and form a ‘program of life’ a plan of action detailing how I will try to follow Jesus.  We will put this plan together with the help of spiritual guides who will be there to answer questions and give you individual attention as you put your own plan together.

During the retreat we will also have daily mass and opportunities for confession.

*NOTE: Silence – The second part of the retreat will be in silence to help us better hear the voice of God.  Silence will be practiced from about lunchtime on Saturday until breakfast on Sunday.

CLICK HERE for more information.

Apr
20
Fri
2018
Women’s 2-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
Apr 20 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 22 @ 1:30 pm

Do you need a spiritual makeover?  Would you like to discover Jesus in your life?

  • Encountering Christ
  • Loving Christ
  • Following Christ

These three actions could describe the whole of a Christian’s life, but how many of us are not doing them or some part of them well?  Join us for a retreat to examine your spiritual life and find what may be holding you back from the fullness of joy that is living in Christ.

Encountering Christ – Many people have met Jesus Christ and he has changed their lives completely.  We will focus on prayer – one of the most important places we meet Christ.  How do we pray?  How do we know we are praying?  What are the pitfalls to avoid in prayer?  In this first part of the retreat we will offer a kind of prayer workshop to help us pray better.

Loving Christ – We marvel at the lives of the saints – people who have fallen deeply in love with Christ.  How deep is my love for Christ?  What do I need to do in order to fall more deeply in love with Him?  This second part of the retreat will be in silence.  We will use some of the skills we learned for prayer in the first part of the retreat to pray meditations that will help us hear what Jesus is trying to say to us.

Following Christ – As Christians, people who have encountered Christ and fallen deeply in love with him, a big part of our daily struggle is to follow him.  How should I follow him?  What is it that he wants me to do?  Following the silent part of the retreat, we will have an opportunity to think about what we have learned in prayer and form a ‘program of life’ a plan of action detailing how I will try to follow Jesus.  We will put this plan together with the help of spiritual guides who will be there to answer questions and give you individual attention as you put your own plan together.

During the retreat we will also have daily mass and opportunities for confession.

*NOTE: Silence – The second part of the retreat will be in silence to help us better hear the voice of God.  Silence will be practiced from about lunchtime on Saturday until breakfast on Sunday.

CLICK HERE for more information.

Men’s Evening of Reflection (Triad Area) – Formation Talk @ St. Paul the Apostle Parish Life Center Lounge
Apr 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Regnum Christi Triad Men’s Team invites you for an evening to reflect on the things that matter, including the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The evening will also include a talk given by a visiting Legionary of Christ priest, and complimentary dinner and drinks. Please register ahead for this event.

The evening will begin with 6 pm Mass in the Chapel. Dinner and talk will be held in the Parish Life Center Lounge.

There is no cost for this event but please register. Contact John Endredy at (336) 202-9635 or jendredy@gmail.com with questions.

Apr
21
Sat
2018
Women’s Morning of Reflection (Triad Area) — Formation Talk @ St. Paul the Apostle Parish Life Center Lounge
Apr 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

Take time out for reflection and join us for “Keeping the Faith Alive” as we learn ways to integrate our faith within our families through the summer vacation.

The Regnum Christi Triad Women’s Team invites you for a morning to reflect on the things that matter, including the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The morning will also include a talk given by a visiting Legionary of Christ priest, and a complimentary breakfast. Please register ahead for this event.

The morning will begin with 8:30 am Mass and Rosary in the Chapel, with opportunity for confession. Breakfast and talk will be held in the Parish Life Center Lounge.

Questions? Contact Sue Perez at (336) 908-0881 or regnumchristitriad@gmail.com

Couples Night Out — “Inspirational Presentation & Discussion on Marriage” @ St. Michael, Gastonia, NC
Apr 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Apr
26
Thu
2018
Men’s 3-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
Apr 26 @ 5:00 pm – Apr 29 @ 1:30 pm

The 3-Day Men’s Silent Retreat is geared for Regnum Christi members although no formal membership is required for attendance. 3-Day Men’s Silent Retreat begins on Thursday at 5:00pm and concludes with lunch on Sunday at 1:30pm.

These retreats which are modeled after the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius allow you to set aside your daily routine to focus on God’s call in your life. It will arm you with the spiritual tools to fight the good fight each day with the grace of God.

What happens on a retreat?

  • Silence provides one-on-one time with Christ
  • Presided by a Legionaries of Christ priest
  • Guided meditations, conferences, and reflections modeled after St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises
  • Daily celebration of Mass
  • Opportunity for the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • Opportunity for spiritual direction
  • Outdoor Stations of the Cross
  • Eucharistic Benediction and Adoration

CLICK HERE for more information.

May
31
Thu
2018
Women’s 3-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
May 31 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 3 @ 1:30 pm

Do you need a spiritual makeover?  Would you like to discover Jesus in your life?

  • Encountering Christ
  • Loving Christ
  • Following Christ

These three actions could describe the whole of a Christian’s life, but how many of us are not doing them or some part of them well?  Join us for a retreat to examine your spiritual life and find what may be holding you back from the fullness of joy that is living in Christ.

Encountering Christ – Many people have met Jesus Christ and he has changed their lives completely.  We will focus on prayer – one of the most important places we meet Christ.  How do we pray?  How do we know we are praying?  What are the pitfalls to avoid in prayer?  In this first part of the retreat we will offer a kind of prayer workshop to help us pray better.

Loving Christ – We marvel at the lives of the saints – people who have fallen deeply in love with Christ.  How deep is my love for Christ?  What do I need to do in order to fall more deeply in love with Him?  This second part of the retreat will be in silence.  We will use some of the skills we learned for prayer in the first part of the retreat to pray meditations that will help us hear what Jesus is trying to say to us.

Following Christ – As Christians, people who have encountered Christ and fallen deeply in love with him, a big part of our daily struggle is to follow him.  How should I follow him?  What is it that he wants me to do?  Following the silent part of the retreat, we will have an opportunity to think about what we have learned in prayer and form a ‘program of life’ a plan of action detailing how I will try to follow Jesus.  We will put this plan together with the help of spiritual guides who will be there to answer questions and give you individual attention as you put your own plan together.

During the retreat we will also have daily mass and opportunities for confession.

*NOTE: Silence – The second part of the retreat will be in silence to help us better hear the voice of God.  Silence will be practiced from about lunchtime on Saturday until breakfast on Sunday.

CLICK HERE for more information.

Women’s 5-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
May 31 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 5 @ 1:30 pm

In order to experience more of the Spiritual Exercises originally intended for 30 days, take advantage of this extended 5-Day Retreat of Renewal to delve deeper in personal prayer and further strengthen your resolve to be transformed through God’s grace.  This retreat coincides with the 3-day retreat May 31-June 3, and then continues for two additional days through Tuesday, June 5 at lunch.  

CLICK HERE for more information.

Jun
15
Fri
2018
Men’s 2-Day Silent Retreat @ Carmel Retreat Center
Jun 15 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 17 @ 1:30 pm

The 2-Day Men’s Silent Retreat is geared for Regnum Christi members although no formal membership is required for attendance. The 2-Day Men’s Silent Retreat begins on Friday at 5:00pm and concludes with lunch on Sunday at 1:30pm.

These retreats which are modeled after the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius allow you to set aside your daily routine to focus on God’s call in your life. It will arm you with the spiritual tools to fight the good fight each day with the grace of God.

What happens on a retreat?

  • Silence provides one-on-one time with Christ
  • Presided by a Legionaries of Christ priest
  • Guided meditations, conferences, and reflections modeled after St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises
  • Daily celebration of Mass
  • Opportunity for the Sacrament of Reconciliation
  • Opportunity for spiritual direction
  • Outdoor Stations of the Cross
  • Eucharistic Benediction and Adoration

CLICK HERE for more information.

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