The Catholic Miscellany is the successor to the United States Catholic Miscellany, the first national Catholic weekly newspaper, founded in 1822 by the Most Rev. John England, the first bishop of the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina.
The Catholic Miscellany is the official newspaper for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, serving the state of South Carolina. Its mission is to present the Gospel values and news of the local and universal church. The vision of The Catholic Miscellany is to strive to be a respected, professional Catholic publication, well-read and valued by an expanding readership.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone, Publisher
Deirdre C. Mays, Editor
Christina Lee Knauss, Reporter
Amy Wise Taylor, Reporter/Copy Editor
Caroline Lindsey, Page Designer
Kelly Hargett, Advertising Coordinator
The Catholic Miscellany reserves the right to edit or reject any editorial copy and photos submitted for publication or consideration. The newspaper is not responsible for any unsolicited stories or photographs. Advertisements do not necessarily reflect the views or endorsements of The Catholic Miscellany or its publisher. The Catholic Miscellany reserves the right to reject any advertising submitted.
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