CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone announced new appointments for eight priests in the Diocese of Charleston recently.
Father Paul D. MacNeil moved from parochial vicar of St. Gregory the Great Church in Bluffton to administrator of St. Peter Church and School in Beaufort, and Holy Cross Mission on St. Helena Island, effective July 5.
Father Richard B. Tomlinson went from parochial vicar of Stella Maris Church on Sullivan’s Island and chaplain of Bishop England High School on Daniel Island to parochial vicar of Prince of Peace Church in Taylors, effective Aug. 1.
Father Gregory B. Wilson will move from rector of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and administrator of St. Mary of the Annunciation in Charleston, to pastor of St. Mary Help of Christians Church and School in Aiken, effective Aug. 10.
The following appointments are for Aug. 21.
Father Michael Okere will go from administrator of Holy Trinity Church in Orangeburg and St. Mary Mission in Allendale to administrator of St. Martin de Porres Church in Columbia.
Father James N. Dubrouillet, currently pastor of St. Andrew Church in Barnwell, St. Theresa Mission in Springfield, Sacred Heart Mission in Blackville, and chaplain to Allendale
Correctional Institute — will additionally be pastor of Holy Trinity Church in Orangeburg and St. Mary Mission in Allendale.
Father Artur D. Przywara will move from parochial vicar of St. Paul the Apostle Church in Spartanburg to parochial vicar of St. Andrew Church, St. Theresa and Sacred Heart missions, Holy Trinity Church, and St. Mary Mission and provide assistance to Allendale Correctional Institute.
Effective Sept. 5:
Msgr. Steven L. Brovey will move from pastor of Prince of Peace Church to become rector of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and administrator of St. Mary of the Annunciation.
Father Timothy M. Lijewski will return from sabbatical to become pastor of St. James Church and chaplain of Coastal Carolina University, both in Conway.