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Newsletter 25 January 2018

January 25, 2018
25 Jan 2018

Dear Parishioners:

On Sunday at the 11:15 am Solemn Mass Bishop Guglielmone will confer the Sacrament of Confirmation on our Confirmation Class. Please keep these young people in your prayers as they receive this great sacrament and the outpouring the Holy Spirit and His seven-fold gifts!

The Long Range Planning Committee is inviting all members of the Cathedral parish to give your input/comments as we continue to plan for the immediate and long term needs of the parish. I encourage everyone to contribute your thoughts and ideas regarding parish programs, facilities and the possibility of a parish preschool. The survey can be found on the following link:

We have two great events coming up for parish fellowship:

Next Saturday from 6-9 pm is the parish Oyster Roast from 6-9pm on the Cathedral lawn. The tickets may be purchased after all the Masses this weekend and in the parish office. Please do not delay in getting your tickets, they are going fast!
On Sunday 11 February between the two morning Mass is our Lenten Festival & Mardi Gras Breakfast. There will be some food, the traditional pancake run and other activities for children and the Charleston Catholic Band! Please be sure to pick up a “Lenten Tool Box” with prayers and devotionals for your family to use throughout the 40 Days of Lent in preparation for Holy Week & Easter. The Men’s Group will be making pancakes. Please sign up on the following link to bring a dish to share:

Lastly, due to the severity of this years flu, the congregational Chalice and Sign of Peace has been suspended at the Cathedral Masses until further notice.

God bless,
Msgr. Brovey

Month’s Mind Mass

July 9, 2015
09 Jul 2015

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Month’s Mind Mass

19 July 2015, 11:15 am

It is a traditional Catholic custom on the month anniversary of the death of a loved one to offer a Mass for the Repose of the Soul.

A “Month’s Mind” Mass will be offered at the 11:15 am Mass on Sunday, 19 July 2015
to pray for the repose of the souls of the victims of the “Mother Emanuel” AME Church shooting.

Bishop Guglielmone’s Statement on SCOTUS Ruling on Marriage

July 2, 2015
02 Jul 2015


“Our Catholic faith upholds the dignity of every human person, including persons with same-sex attraction. At the same time, the Church sustains that marriage is a sacrament instituted by God, not by man or by institution, and can only be between one man and one woman. This teaching is not a judgment about persons who experience same-sex attraction, but a statement about how the Church has always understood the nature of marriage itself.

It was disappointing to hear the Supreme Court’s ruling; however, its decision does not change the fact that the Roman Catholic Church has consistently taught and will continue to teach that marriage is a sacrament. It is a covenant of love between one man and one woman which bonds them for life and to any children that comes from the union.

Every Supreme Court decision is limited in what it can achieve; again, this decision is no exception. It does not change the biological differences between male and female human beings or the requirements for the generation of human life, which still requires the participation of both. In addition, this decision of the court does not dispense us from the responsibility of civility and respect due every human being, whether a person agrees or disagrees with the decision. Nor is it a license for the use of venomous language or vile behavior against those whose opinions differ from our own. This decision confers a civil entitlement to some people who could not claim it before. It does not resolve the moral debate that preceded it and will most certainly continue in its wake. This decision has made my task as the pastor of this local diocesan church more complex as I continue to uphold the teachings of my Church on the Sacrament of Matrimony and the equal transcendent dignity of every human person.”

Cathedral Choir on Vacation

May 29, 2015
29 May 2015

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The Cathedral Choir, which sings at the 11:15 am Solemn Mass each Sunday, will take a well deserved vacation for the Summer months following the Feast of Corpus Christi on 7 June. They will resume in the Fall. Thank you to Music Director Dan Sansone and all our talented choristers for the dedication and hard work to make our Masses so beautiful!

Holy Week Schedule 2015

March 11, 2015
11 Mar 2015

Holy Week


Holy Thursday, 2 April

7:00 pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Good Friday

3:00 pm The Lord’s Passion

Holy Saturday

8:30 pm The Easter Vigil with Bishop Guglielmone

Easter Sunday Masses

7:00 am

9:00 am Sung Mass

11:30 am Solemn Masswith Bishop Gugliemone and Cathedral Choir

*there will be no 6:00 pm Mass on Easter Sunday