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2003

School addition answers need raised by student body increase

GARDEN CITY — Years of hard work and an accumulation of treasures finally paid off Feb. 16 with the dedication and blessing of new classrooms and a science lab at St. Michael School. After Mass, Bishop Robert J. Baker blessed the addition with holy water, and students performed a musical ensemble for the dedication. In […]


St. Joseph Residence groundbreaking to be held Feb. 24 in Charleston

CHARLESTON — The first phase of the St. Joseph Residence at the Carter-May Home will officially begin Feb. 24 when Bishop Robert J. Baker blesses the ground in a private ceremony. The first phase of the project involves the complete renovation of the Carter-May Home and the addition of the St. Joseph Residence for retired […]


Lenten regulations for fasting and abstinence

Each year the holy season of Lent provides us a special time of grace and spiritual renewal so that we may become better instruments in sharing the Gospel message. This year, Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, falls on March 5. The present laws of the church regarding fast and abstinence during the season of […]


Father McCaffrey redefines retirement

COLUMBIA — Father Edmund McCaffrey, Ph.D., has been a Benedictine monk, political science professor who founded and headed the Political Science Department at Belmont Abbey College, visiting professor, writer, Abbot ordinary of the Belmont Abbey monastery and pastor. He continues to wears the hats of lecturer, pilgrimage leader, organization director, spiritual director, and retreat master. […]


Visiting priest draws 1,000 to Charlotte for two-day seminar

CHARLOTTE — Terri de Luca’s friend in Pennsylvania gave such a colorful description of a speaker who came to her church, that it lit a fire under her. De Luca was determined to bring this no nonsense priest, named Father John Corapi of the Society of Our Lady, from California to North Carolina. Now as […]


Theologian says right can flourish even in the midst of the evils in healthcare

GREENVILLE – The U.S. court system and its interpretation of the Constitution have made it increasingly difficult for Catholic hospitals and other service institutions to carry out their mission within the teachings of the Church, according to a Catholic moral theologian. Father Romanus Cessario, professor of moral theology at St. John’s Seminary in Boston, recently […]


Religious, bishop meet to share needs of the diocese

CHAPIN — The religious men and women of the Diocese of Charleston gathered at Our Lady of the Lake Church in Chapin Feb. 21, for their annual meeting with Bishop Robert J. Baker. They came to share information and learn more about the local and overall needs of Catholics in South Carolina. The event began […]


Abortion is the greatest human rights issue, says U.S. bishops’ official

CHARLESTON — Cathy Cleaver vigorously challenges the notion that abortion is good for women. In fact, she uses statistics provided by abortion advocates to make her pro-life case. “The vast majority of women who ‘choose’ abortion do so because they believed they had no other choice,” she said. The director of planning and information for […]


A welcome enthusiasm for the faith

MOUNT PLEASANT – With a year and a half of parish life behind him, Father Gregory Wilson, looks at a wonderful life. Ordained in June 2001, the parochial vicar of Christ Our King quickly learned one thing. “There’s an awful lot seminary can’t teach you simply because pastoral work is hands-on experience and learning from […]


Priest says, ‘Being family is what Christianity is all about’

COLUMBIA — When the Office of Ethnic Ministries invited Father George Franklin to put on a workshop for black parishes, they thought they were getting a witty, audacious presenter who is unafraid of straight talk. And that’s exactly what they did get. As he spoke at St. Martin de Porres School on Jan. 25, Father […]


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    From the Calendar of Christ Our King Mount Pleasant
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    From the Calendar of John Paul II Ridgeland
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    From the Calendar of Our Lady of Peace North Augusta
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    From the Calendar of Our Lady of the Rosary Greenville
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    From the Calendar of Prince of Peace School Taylors
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    From the Calendar of St. Andrew School Myrtle Beach
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    From the Calendar of St. Anthony of Padua School Greenville
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    From the Calendar of St. Anthony School Florence
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    From the Calendar of St. Gregory the Great School
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    From the Calendar of St. Anne School Rock Hill
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    From the Calendar of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Carolina Forest
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    From the Calendar of St. John Neumann School Columbia
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    From the Calendar of St. John School North Charleston
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    From the Calendar of St. Joseph School Columbia