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Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul
Basic information
Location Coming Street Charleston, South Carolina, United States of America
Geographic coordinates 32°47′13″N 79°56′26″W / 32.7870°N 79.9405°W / 32.7870; -79.9405Coordinates: 32°47′13″N 79°56′26″W / 32.7870°N 79.9405°W / 32.7870; -79.9405
Affiliation Episcopalian
District Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina
Ecclesiastical status Cathedral
Leadership The Most Rev. Mark Lawrence, Bishop of South Carolina
  • The Very Rev. William N. McKeachie, Dean of South Carolina
Website www.stlukeandstpaul.org
Architectural description
Architectural style Gothic
Direction of facade West
Specifications

The Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul is the cathedral of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina. Construction was begun in 1810 and was originally known as St. Paul's Radcliffeboro. It continued as St. Paul's until 1949 when it merged with St. Luke's, Charlotte Street. It was designated the Cathedral of the Diocese in 1963. It is located in Charleston, South Carolina's lower Westside on Coming Street. It is the home of Diocesean events throughout the year and has a dedicated, active parish. The Cathedral Parish is raising funds to pay off a renovation of the cathedral. It will celebrate its bicentennial in 2010.

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