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5:46 am on Sunday February 24, 2013

Carteret Street Catholic reopens after extensive rennovation

The small Catholic chapel on Carteret Street has received months of long overdue repairs and renovations and reopened on Friday.  St. Peter's Chapel, built in 1846, was been closed since 2007.
3:40 am on Friday January 11, 2013

Gifted $750,000 to bring Catholic school to Okatie

Two gifts making $750,000 will be used by the Catholic Diocese of Charleston to build the new John Paul II Catholic School in Okatie off S.C. 170.
3:04 am on Friday October 5, 2012

Carteret Street Catholic chapel to get much needed repairs

TheDigitel A statue in the chapel's graveyard. The small Catholic chapel on Carteret Street is slated to get some long overdue love in the form of repairs and renovations. The Island Packet's Erin Moody offers a nice report on the plan; read it here...
5:15 am on Thursday March 22, 2012

Casey Kurtti's Catholic School Girls opens Thursday

Dubbed a "sweet, funny, sometimes touching look at growing up in parochial school in New York in the '60s", Casey Kurtti's Catholic School Girls opens this Thursday, March 22, and runs through April 1. Staring four actresses who play school girls...
12:41 pm on Sunday April 12, 2009

Interviewing Charleston's new Catholic bishop

Image by Catholic Diocese of CharlestonImage by 20090412-bishop.jpg Robert E. Guglielmone is the new bishop of the diocese that covers all of South Carolina. The Post and Courier has an interview with the Catholic Diocese of Charleston's new bishop...
10:31 am on Saturday January 24, 2009

S.C. getting a new Catholic bishop

Actually "new" might be the wrong word, as South Carolina has been without a bishop from the Catholic church since October 2007. Robert E. Guglielmone That's when our bishop, Robert Baker, left to be the Bishop of Birmingham in Alabama. At any rate...
5:37 am on Tuesday November 18, 2008

Greenville Catholic church's call for repentance over Obama (now repudiated) is silly

Image by Flickr user Lucid NightmareImage by 20081113-st-marys.jpg The outside of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Greenville. A Catholic church in downtown Greenville is calling on its parishioners to repent if they voted for Barack Obama. Essentially...
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