We are a diverse Catholic Community that welcomes our visitors,
serves all God’s Children, and gathers to worship with our Faith Community.


SAINTS & SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
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Holy Redeemer by the Sea

Location: 301 W. Kitty Hawk Rd.
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 261-4700

Saturday:
4:00 pm Confession
5:00 pm Mass

Sunday:
9:00 am Mass


Holy Trinity by the Sea Chapel

Location: 7335 Virginia Dare Trail
Nags Head, NC 27959
(252) 261-4700

Saturday:
7:30 pm (Bilingual) Mass

Sunday:
11:00 am Mass


Holy Redeemer by the Sea

Location: 301 W. Kitty Hawk Rd.
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
(252) 261-4700

Saturday:
4:00 pm Confession
5:00 pm Mass

Sunday:
9:00 am,

Holy Trinity by the Sea Chapel

Location: 7335 Virginia Dare Trail
Nags Head, NC 27959
(252) 261-4700



WEEKEND & LITURGIES


FAITH & FORMATION


Grades 1-8

Youth Faith Formation classes follow the 9 am Mass to 11:30 am (Sundays).

Year 1 & 2 Confirmation

Year 1 & 2 (Grades 9 & 10) Confirmation students meet on Sundays from 6:00 pm -7:00 pm (Sundays).

If you have questions or would like to volunteer, please contact Grace Ghirardi, Director of Religious Education, at 252-261-4700, x207, or email: gsghirardihr@gmail.com

Children’s Liturgy of the Word Program

Our Children’s Liturgy of the Word Program meets on most Sundays throughout the school year at Holy Redeemer by the Sea. To participate, plan to attend 9:00 am Mass and have your children join us when they are called at the start of the Liturgy of the Word. If you are interested in helping or have questions, please contact Elisabeth (Piff) Silverthorne at 255.5545 or email: Elisabeth@dareeducationfoundation.org


Cathedral Site Blessing Ground breaking

Published on Jan 3, 2015 Bishop Michael Burbidge gives his homily at the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral Blessing and Groundbreaking

Raleigh to Rome

The Father Thomas Price Society welcomes 15 new members -Thousands attend Hispanic Heritage Masses -Bishop Burbidge answers questions from the

Dare County Emergency Information

The Dare County Sheriff’s Office has rolled at a new public service program that encourages visitors to the Outer Banks to know exactly where they are in case of an emergency. Cell phones