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Sharing the Good News about Catholicism in the state of South Carolina
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Our Lady of the Rosary’s new church ‘feels like’ God’s house http://ow.ly/ZpFQ306S4mE

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Our Lady of La Vang provides a place to call home: http://ow.ly/rL7U306RX85

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See footage of our Diocese of Charleston World Youth Day 2016 pilgrims from their first few days in Poland.

For more diocesan coverage of World Youth Day, visit: http://themiscellany.org/2016/07/26/world-youth-day-2016/

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan and Archbishop William E. Lori commended the U.S. House of Representatives for passing the Conscience Protection Act of 2016 on July 13.

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Diocese of Charleston seminarian Andrew Fryml was ordained to the transitional diaconate June 3 at Blessed Sacrament Church in Charleston.

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A special Mass for prayer and healing was held Wednesday at Blessed Sacrament Church to mark the somber anniversary of the shooting at Emanuel AME Church in which nine people died.

Prayers were offered for the victims and survivors of the massacre in Orlando, Fla., those who died last year in the shooting at Emanuel AME Church, and all victims of violence.

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Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone expressed his shock at the mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., on June 12 and offered prayers for the families of the victims.

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St. Joseph Church in Charleston kicked off its 50th anniversary celebrations with Mass, confirmation and a parish barbecue earlier this month.

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A pro-life bill that makes abortion illegal after the first 20 weeks of pregnancy was passed by the South Carolina legislature May 17.

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The Archdiocese of Chicago will begin offering 12 weeks of paid parental leave to its staff beginning July 1.
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