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Letter from Bishop Guglielmone

Statement from Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone regarding the death of George Floyd and rioting in our communities

Live Streaming Masses

A reminder that we no longer have daily livestreamed Masses, but we will continue Sunday Masses throughout this month (June). There are lots of daily Mass options available from our churches, and places like EWTN and the Vatican:

Online Resources, Masses


Mass Times

Saturday Vigil 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m.

Sacred Heart will follow these guidelines below that have been developed based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, plus mandates from state government and recommendations from those diocese that have already resumed Masses.
• Worshipers are to use the restroom only if absolutely necessary
• Worshipers are strongly encouraged to receive Communion on the hand
• No social gatherings before or after Mass
• The number of people in the worship space will be limited to 25% of capacity and ample space will be given for attendees to maintain at least six feet of separation at all times (Entering, sitting, Communion procession, leaving).
• Only every other pew will be available; only families may sit closely together
• The Sign of Peace will be omitted
• No procession of the offertory gifts
• We will not pass the baskets for offertory collections. A basket will be located on the table at the back as you exit the Church.
• Frequently touched surfaces will be properly cleaned after each Mass
• All hymnals and missalettes will be removed from the Church
• Hand sanitizer will be available in the Church
• NO Altar Servers or Extraordinary Ministers until further notice
• Worshipers are strongly encouraged to wear a mask
• For those who feel sick please remain at home, as should vulnerable and at-risk populations. If you are over 65 years of age, have respiratory issues or are immunocompromised, please stay at home.


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  • Sun, Jun 28th

Bishop's Annual Appeal 2020

Office Hours

The Parish Office is currently working remotely due to the coronavirus. Please contact the Parish Secretary via phone or email.

Closed for all Federal, State and Religious Holidays.
Monday - Thursday:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm

888 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403
(843) 722-7018

Our office is located behind the Church on Benson Street.

Parish Office Staff

Administrator: Reverend Zbigniew Zielinski, J.C.D.

Administrative Assistant: Jordan H. Payne

Director of Religious Education: Angel M. Prince

Wedding Coordinator: Sara Cavallon

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Parish Prayer Request Hotline

If you would like to have your prayer intentions prayed for by our

Prayer Team please call: (843) 900-7742

Parish Registration & Sacraments

Who is an Active Parishioner? 

  • Regular Attendance at Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. Absent only for a serious reason, e.g. illness.
  • Registered in the Parish, receiving and using weekly envelopes, supporting the Parish according to the best of one's ability. 
  • Volunteers and participates in Parish activities with time, talent, and resources as means permit. 
  • Trying to live the Catholic Faith as best they can with God's help and the support of family and friends at home and in the Parish.

Sacramental Sponsorship Letters:

Active, Registered Parishioner for at least six months.


Active, Registered Parishioner for at least six months.

First Holy Communion, Reconciliation & Confirmation

Child must be registered in a Catholic School or Religious Education Instruction.


Must be a registered, active parishioner and must schedule at least six months in advance. 

Visitation to the Sick

Call the Parish Office if a parishioner is in the hospital or homebound.

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