Holy Cross Welcomes New Priest
We are excited to welcome the Rev. Canon Dorian Del Priore as our new priest in charge.
Dorian+ graduated from Virginia Theological Seminary in 2014 and served as the associate rector for children, youth, and family ministries at St. Peter’s in Greenville from 2014 to 2017. Since then, he has been the canon catechist and missioner at Trinity Cathedral in Columbia, where he has had oversight of the cathedral’s mission and outreach along with youth, children, and young adult ministries. His focus has been on cultivating lay leadership and developing a collaborative culture. Dorian+ has also served in numerous leadership roles across the church, currently serving on the Diocesan Commission on Ministry and the Board of Trustees for The Bishop Gravatt Camp and Conference Center in Aiken.
Dorian+ and his wife, Lauren, have two children: Jordan (22) and Brynn (17). Jordan will graduate from the University of South Carolina in May, and Brynn will graduate from Dreher High School in June. They also have three Great Danes and two tabby cats. Lauren is originally from Colorado Springs, CO, and works as a radiologic technologist. A UofSC graduate, Dorian+ is a native South Carolinian, born and raised in Columbia, and has had a varied career in swimming, residential construction and inspections, and youth ministry.
Holy Cross is a community of faith that values both tradition and the present, scripture and reason, questions and diversity, wonder and—above all—love. We are continually discovering, learning, and growing individually and together.
We welcome everyone, no exceptions. We’d love to welcome you. And when we do, we hope you will join us in making Christ visible in God’s community.
Come Worship & Learn
- 8 & 10:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist
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- 9 a.m. Welcome Gathering & Coffee
- 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. – Adult Formation Topic Study