This year’s Christ the King Novena runs from November 15, 2019 through November 23, 2019 with a great celebration as a Regnum Christi family on November 24, 2019 (details of the event below).


TKC! Come celebrate Regnum Christi Day honoring Christ the King!
Sunday, November 24th at Sacred Heart Parish in Salisbury, NC
Mass at 3pm offered by Fr. Peter Devereux, followed by dinner, children’s track and testimonies.
Please RSVP number of children and adults and bring food to share. Please contact Carolyn Sithong for questions.
(Both RSVP links are below.)

Advent by Candlelight is a beautiful evening that brings together women ages 18 and older to focus on the true meaning of the Blessed Season. Each table is thoughtfully set and decorated around the Advent Candle Wreath. During the night you will hear talks on Advent preparation, share a warm drink and dessert with friends and enjoy a festive spirit!

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 (2625 E Franklin Blvd, Gastonia, NC). For Information contact the Team Leader, Matt Tortorich.
  • Men’s Meeting – Monday evening at 6 pm – Chick-fil-A (10001 Rea Rd, Charlotte, NC).  For information contact the Team Leader, Rick Caron.
  • Men’s Meeting – Saturday morning at 7:30 am — International House of Pancakes (16815 Caldwell Creek Dr, Huntersville). For information contact David Spaedy.
  • Women’s Meeting – Tuesday evenings at  7:30 pm — 10501 Dairy Court in Charlotte. For information contact Cathy Osmera.
  • Women’s Meeting (young adults) – Wednesday evenings @ 7:00 pm. For information contact Sophia Salerno.
  • Women’s Meeting – Monday afternoons at 2:30 pm — St. Michael Catholic Church in Gastonia. For information contact Lori Tortorich.

Triad Area Meetings

  • Men’s Meeting – Saturday mornings at 6:45-8 am — Our Lady of Grace Parish, Greensboro. For information contact John Endredy or call @ 336-202-9635.
  • Women’s Meeting -Tuesday evening at 7 pm — 1205 McDowell Dr., Greensboro. For information contact Kate Boschini.
  • Women’s Meeting – Thursday mornings at 9:30 am — St. Paul the Apostle Church, Greensboro. For information contact Donielle Wilde or call @ 585-208-2011

Upstate South Carolina Area Meetings

  • Men’s Meeting – Friday morning at 6 am — 350 Montagu Drive, Spartanburg, SC. For information contact Greg Andress or call @ 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 or call @ 864-591-3432
  • Women’s Meeting – Monday mornings @ 10 am — Contact Joan Patrick or call @ 803-449-4031
  • Women’s Meeting – Thursday evenings @ 6:30 pm — Contact Toni Morrison or call @ 803-237-2464






“Our mission is to form apostles, Christian leaders, to help the Church build up the Kingdom of Christ.”.

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