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Bishop dedicates new St. Michael Church in Garden City

GARDEN CITY —Years of planning, work and prayer paid off with the official dedication of the new St. Michael the Archangel Church in Garden City on Aug. 17. The 1,200 seats in the new church building started to fill more than an hour before the Liturgy of Dedication at 5 p.m., and many people sat […]

Diocese buys land for new chancery offices

CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston recently purchased land to build new chancery offices at the eastern end of Orange Grove Road in West Ashley. “This is exciting news for the diocese,” said Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone in a press release. “Our new chancery will consolidate operations, which are currently in five different buildings scattered across the […]

Young adult, vocations ministries team up

Vocations has teamed up with young adult ministry to help those in the prime of their questioning years find the answers. Part of finding the right answer is having all the information, and that includes being open to careers such as mission work or a call to religious life. “When you’re young and caught up […]

Communication advice for parents and teachers

Get involved is a two-word mantra heard by nearly every parent when they send their children off to school. Students do best, we’re told, when their parents or guardians work hand-in-hand with the teachers to help them get the most out of their education. However, just like everything else, there’s a right way and a […]

Advice 101 for Catholic college students

By Lorraine V. Murray | The Georgia Bulletin All across the country, young people are packing up laptops, clothing and books as they prepare for one of life’s big crossroads: going away to college, and living on their own for the first time ever. College offers abundant freedom, but it often comes with pitfalls. Left […]

Principal hired for proposed Pope John Paul II High School in Bluffton

Pope John Paul II, a new high school proposed for the Bluffton area, is one step closer to reality. In fact they are so close, the diocese has even hired a principal to guide the new school. Msgr. Richard D. Harris, vicar general, said the Lowcountry Deanery parishes have been involved in a capital campaign […]

Meet the new principals for 2012-13

The following schools will have new principals at the helm this year: St. Anne in Rock Hill, St. Anthony in Florence, St. Francis on Hilton Head Island, St. Peter in Beaufort, and Christ Our King in Mount Pleasant. St. Anne, Rock Hill Principal: Oratorian Father Fabio Refosco Age: 47Hometown: Porto Alegre, BrazilEducation: A bachelor’s degree […]

Meeting accreditation goals requires planning

Things will be different at diocesan schools this year. Now that they’ve achieved accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the hard work really begins, said Sandra Leatherwood. Leatherwood, director for elementary education, Jacqualine Kasprowski, associate director for secondary education, and Sister Pamela Smith, diocesan secretary of education, spoke to The Miscellany about […]

Catholic schools office restructured

The old adage of “try, try again” is good advice, but sometimes trying again means taking a different approach. That’s what Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone decided to do with the diocesan office of education, restructuring it to remove the superintendent position in favor of a secretary of education. Under the new system, Sister Pamela Smith, […]

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