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Marian Eucharistic Conference emphasizes Fatima message

GREENVILLE—The Marian Eucharistic Confer­ence celebrated its fifth annual gathering this month, further elevating what has been a months-long celebration of the Blessed Mother, both in the Diocese of Charles­ton and worldwide. Around 400 people filled the main confer­ence room at the Hilton Hotel to celebrate Mary, and to hear reassuring and inspiring words from a […]

St. Francis sweeps volleyball tourney

SUMMERVILLE—The results are in for the Diocese of Charleston Youth Volleyball Tournament held at Bethany Methodist recently, hosted by Summerville Catholic school and their athletic  director, Jean Fox. A total of 16 teams competed from 12 schools: St. Andrew in Myrtle Beach, St. Anne in Rock Hill, Charleston Catholic, Blessed Sacrament and Nativity from Charleston, […]

Priests’ assignments

CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone has made assignments for priests in the Diocese of Charleston that will be effective Nov. 27. Father José Hugo Ruíz Marentes, administra­tor of St. Mark Church in Newberry, Holy Spirit Mission in Laurens, and St. Boniface Church in Joanna, will become pas­tor of St. Louis Church in Dillon and Church of […]

Second Native American begins path to sainthood

GREENVILLE—Native American Catho­lics had an extra reason to celebrate when they gathered for a heritage fest and learned more about a second historical figure on the path to saint­hood. In 2012, Pope Benedict XVI can­onized Kateri Tekakwitha, the patroness of the environment, as the Church’s first Native American saint. St. Pope John Paul II had […]

Scouting Camporee is a time to learn leadership through fun

SALUDA—The annual Catholic Scout­ing Camporee is where faith and fun come together. With spectacular fall weather at Camp Barstow as the backdrop, nearly 500 youth and adults from a wide range of Scouting organiza­tions spent the weekend of Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 engaging in traditional campground activities while also developing their faith. The camporee, […]

Students offer hope to storm victims with donations, prayer

In a span of about three weeks, three massive hurricanes unleashed their fury on the U.S. mainland and islands in the Caribbean. One after the other, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria wreaked destruction with tornadoes, floods, and winds so strong they bent and twisted an iron cross outside a Jesuit school in San Juan, Puerto […]

A new crop of candidates prepares to study for the diaconate

COLUMBIA—The future continues to be bright for the permanent diaconate program in the Diocese of Charles­ton as more men progress further in their studies. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone celebrated a Rite of Admission Mass at Our Lady of the Hills Church on Sept. 16, acknowledging milestones for many of those currently studying to become deacons. […]

Life Chain protests set for Oct. 1

Life Chain, the annual silent abortion protest along roadsides, will be held Oct. 1 around the state. The peaceful and public witness takes place for 60 minutes or more and participants hold provided signs and pray for the nation to end abortion. Life Chains with alternate dates are noted. AIKEN—118 Bypass (Rudy Mason High­way) at […]

Foothills Columbiettes driving for more auxiliaries

GREENVILLE—The Prince of Peace Foothills Columbiettes Auxiliary 9184 is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month with a push to establish more auxiliaries in the Greenville Deanery. The women’s organization will hold a “meet and greet” Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Knights of Columbus Council hall at Prince of Peace Church in Taylors. For […]

Determining what’s in store for St. Anthony

GREENVILLE—Judy and John Bruce are ending their 13 years as owners and operators of St. Anthony Catholic Store. The couple said it’s time for some­one else to take the business/min­istry to what they envision as the next level of service to the growing Upstate community. “There’s so much we want to do with the store, […]

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