Miscellany wins national awards from Catholic Press Association

Above is a detail from an award-winning layout published by The Catholic Miscellany. See the full layout and story in the link below, along with other award winners.

The Catholic Miscellany won three national awards from the Catholic Press Association during the 2020 Virtual Catholic Media Conference.

The awards were announced during a video-streamed program on July 2. Participants include Catholic News Service, national magazines and diocesan newspapers from the United States and Canada.

Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone congratulated Deirdre C. Mays, editor, and the entire staff of The Catholic Miscellany “on their well-deserved awards.”

See the winning videos, articles and layouts below:

Best Presentation of Online Video: Social Justice Issues: Honorable Mention for Becoming Catholic by Juanita Bustamante, Video Ministry Producer.

Best Layout of Article or Column: Second Place for A Brief Look At Marian Apparitions by Caroline Lindsey, Graphic Designer.

Best Reporting of Social Justice Issues: Life and Dignity of the Human Person: Second Place for Stop Human Trafficking: The Fastest Growing Crime In The World Has Many Aspects by Christina Lee Knauss, Reporter.

The Miscellany is the official newspaper of the Diocese of Charleston and is responsible for documenting the major news and events of the Church in the state of South Carolina. It was the first Catholic newspaper in the United States founded by Bishop John England in 1822.