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Election 2018 – Simply Catholic Voter Guide

November 2, 2018
02 Nov 2018

On November 6th, South Carolinians will enter polling stations across the state and vote for those who will hold political office in our State and in Washington, D.C. for the next two years or longer. Attached to this memo you will find our voter guide for the faithful in our parishes, schools, and ministries. As a Catholic, you have the benefit of the Church’s Magisterium endowed upon her by Christ. The Magisterium assists you and all people of good will in understanding the natural moral law as it relates to specific issues. As a Catholic, you have the obligation to be correctly informed and normed by the teaching of the Church’s Magisterium. As for your feelings, they need to be educated by virtue so as to be in harmony with conscience’s voice of truth.


Please remember to vote!


When & Where:           

  • Tuesday, November 6, 2018
  • Find your local polling station, click here 
Click the following link to view the Simply Catholic Voter Guide:


Simply Catholic Voter Guide


Special Letter from Bishop Guglielmone

November 1, 2018
01 Nov 2018

You may download the pdf version of this letter by clicking here.

Child Protection Within the Diocese of Charleston

October 24, 2018
24 Oct 2018

An important document has been released by the Diocese regarding information about child protection and sexual abuse allegations within the Diocese of Charleston. Please click the link below to read the document in PDF format.

Child Protection within the Diocese of Charleston

All Souls’ – Prayers for the Poor Souls in Purgatory

October 19, 2018
19 Oct 2018


The Church provides a great opportunity to help the departed by performing acts of devotion, repentance and charity. These acts provide remission from temporal punishment and are called indulgences. During the Octave of All Saints, (November 1-8) the Church gives us a special opportunity to gain indulgences for the departed.
A plenary or full indulgence, applicable only to the souls in Purgatory, is granted to the faithful who,

1. On any and each day from November 1 to 8, devoutly visit a cemetery and pray, if only mentally, for the departed; or
2. On All Souls’ Day, devoutly visit a church or oratory and recite an Our Father and Creed.

A partial indulgence, applicable only to the souls in Purgatory, is granted to the faithful who,
1. Devoutly visit a cemetery and at least mentally pray for the dead; or
2. Devoutly recite lauds and vespers from the Office for the Dead or the prayer:
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord and let the perpetual light shine upon them.
May they rest in peace. Amen.

It is also necessary to fulfill the following conditions for the plenary indulgence,
1. Make a sacramental confession; and
2. Receive Holy Communion; and
3. Pray for the intention of the Holy Father (no particular prayers are prescribed for the intention of the Holy Father, an Our Father and a Hail Mary are appropriate).

These conditions may be fulfilled several days before or after the visit to the Church. A plenary indulgence can only be acquired once in the course of the day; it is, however, fitting that Holy Communion be received and the prayer for the intention of the Holy Father be said on the same day the work is performed.

Prayers for the dead, especially offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for their eternal repose, rests securely on this truth expressed so eloquently by St. Paul: “Christ died and came to life, that he might be Lord of both the dead and the living” (Romans 14:9).

All Saints’ Day Masses & Party!!

October 19, 2018
19 Oct 2018

All Saints’ Day is Thursday, 1 November 2018 and is an Holy Day of Obligation

Masses will be celebrated at 12:05 pm & 6:30 pm

Children are encouraged to dress as their favorite Saint and join the procession at the 6:30 pm Mass!

Join us at our All Saints’ Day Pizza Party in the Parish Hall following 6:30 pm Mass!!

There will be fun games, prizes, pizza and candy!

Bring a canned good for the St. Vincent de Paul Pantry.