Office of Catholic Banner/New Catholic Miscellany records
Scope and Contents
The collection includes source materials for topical coverage of Pope John Paul II's 11 September 1987 visit to Columbia, S.C., and the events surrounding the 21 September 1989 landfall of Hurricane Hugo on coastal South Carolina. The collection also includes original pencil drawings, by [?] Gilbert, of parish churches throughout the Diocese of Charleston. The drawings ran in The New Catholic Miscellany throughout the 1990s.
- Created: 1987-1995
- Other: Date acquired: 08/07/2008
- Office of Diocesan Press - The Catholic Banner (Organization)
- Office of the Newspaper (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
The Diocese of Charleston makes no representation that it is the owner of any copyright or other literary property in the materials contained in its archives. In providing access to or permitting the reproduction of any such materials, the Diocese of Charleston does not assume any responsibility for determining the nature of any rights, ownership or interest therein; nor for obtaining the appropriate permissions to publish or use; nor for determining the nature of any liabilities (for defamation and invasion of privacy) that may arise from any publication or use. This rests entirely with the researcher.
Biographical or Historical Information
After the loss of the United States Catholic Miscellany in the 1861 peninsula fire, the Diocese of Charleston did not have another diocesan newspaper until 1952, beginning with folio inserts in Our Sunday Visitor newspapers, entitled The Catholic Banner. Eventually, the Office of Diocesan Press (aka, Press Office, Diocesan Press) became a full time venture and the diocese produced its own multi-folio newspaper. Circa 1990, Bishop Thompson recalled the roots of the diocesan newspaper, renaming it the New Catholic Miscellany and reorganizing the office, relocating its offices from Columbia to the Chancery in Charleston. John Conic of Columbia, S.C., was a long time editor of the Catholic Banner, serving from 1972 to 1990.
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1.76 Linear Feet (1 document box, 1 oversize box)
Language of Materials
Source material for news stories and events appearing in the Catholic Banner and New Catholic Miscellany.
Source of Acquisition
Received from the Office of Publications and Information in August 2008.
Method of Acquisition
Processed by Brian P. Fahey.
- Drawings (visual works) Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Hurricane Hugo, 1989 Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005
- Manuscripts (document genre) Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Parishes -- South Carolina -- History Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Photographs Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Press releases Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Inventory of the Office of Catholic Banner/New Catholic Miscellany records
- Brian P. Fahey
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- Other Unmapped
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Part of the Catholic Diocese of Charleston Archives Repository
114 Broad Street
Charleston SC 29401 US