In a press release on Tuesday, Bishop Mark Brennan said a committee has been selected with religious and lay leaders.
The Diocese of Charleston released a memo on March 12 addressing questions and concerns regarding the novel coronavirus in regard to the celebration of Mass: “With the CDC deeming COVID-19 (coronavirus) a pandemic, we know there are many questions people may have about what steps the diocese is taking to reduce the spread of the virus. Five of the Diocese of Charleston’s seminarians will live in a house together, study and pray for S.C. Catholics while their seminaries are closed. WHEELING, W.Va. (WTRF) – The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston is making plans to resume the public celebration of mass. The incredible near-death experience of … Owing to the grave nature of the current public health crisis, and not wishing that any of our flock be compelled to place themselves unnecessarily at risk, I hereby dispense all those who reside within the territory of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston from their obligation to attend Mass.
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HE DIED AND MET GOD, AND HE WASN'T READY. My dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Grace and peace to each of you especially in this current climate struck with fear driven by unknown realities. Click here to access our online directory. Live From the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston - Duration: 41:15. OfficialDWC 12 views. Click here to watch this week's mass or homily. As we continue to monitor COVID-19 and respond as a Catholic community, I wanted to provide you with a quick update from my home office in Charleston. Click here for the latest diocesan events . CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Diocese of Charleston and four private schools were named as plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the South Carolina High School League. CHARLESTON—Pandemic school closures aren’t just for kids. CHARLESTON, SC (FOX Carolina) – The Diocese of Charleston will begin livestreaming liturgies and other devotions from the Chapel of the Holy Family amid the coronavirus outbreak.
College students have had to make an exodus back home thanks to the coronavirus, and that includes our seminarians. March 20, 2020 News Helen McMullan. They will work with Monsignor Eugene Ostrowski, the vicar general for the Diocese, to make a way […] New; 41:15.
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