Roman Catholic churches across South Carolina reopened for services on Monday

Roman Catholic churches across South Carolina reopened for services on Monday for the first time since a coronavirus-related shutdown began on March 17, allowing parishioners to attend Mass in person. The 94 parishes of the Diocese of Charleston were among the first Roman Catholic congregations in the country to reopen to worshipers. Over the past two months, the parishes streamed Masses via Facebook and YouTube to the Diocese of Charleston's 200,000 Catholics.