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2004

Remembering Msgr. Duffy

With the passing of another great religious leader such as Msgr. Thomas Duffy, all of us in the Diocese of Charleston ask, “Who’s going to fill their shoes?” I can hear Msgr. Duffy and others from the clergy and religious communities saying, “You! All of you beloved sisters and brothers in Christ; you have the […]


Sister Ebo renewed Rock Hill parish at three-day revival

ROCK HILL — “Through It All” was the theme of the annual October revival held at St. Mary Church last month when Sister Mary Antona Ebo “Cracked open the Book” for a spirit-filled three days of African-flavored renewal. Sister Francis Saring, a Missionary Servant of the Blessed Trinity, and Oratorian Brother David Boone, parish life […]


LARCUM ecumenical conference set for Nov. 12 in Columbia

COLUMBIA — The South Carolina Lutheran, Anglican, Roman Catholic and United Methodist Bishops’ Dialogue Fall 2004 Conference will be from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Nov. 12 at the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary. The topic of the conference will be “Who are Our New Neighbors? The Changing Religious Landscape in South Carolina and the Challenges […]


Fort Mill parishioners are thankful for the roof over their heads

FORT MILL — In a celebration of triumph over adversity, Bishop Robert J. Baker blessed the roof and the cornerstone for the new ministry building at St. Philip Neri Church in a Mass last month. The liturgy brought to a happy conclusion a story that began almost a year ago with a brush with disaster. […]


Poor Clares trying to raise funds for a new monastery

GREENVILLE — The Poor Clare sisters of South Carolina have a problem. They live in a monastery that is a 50-year-old relic of a 17th century design. It’s a warren of long, narrow passageways and convoluted, linoleum floored rooms emptying into one another like the thieves’ holes in “Oliver Twist.” It’s too big, too hard […]


Project Rachel finds a place at Charleston area colleges

CHARLESTON — Oct. 10 was a significant day for post-abortion healing with the launch of the first college chapter of Project Rachel for the College of Charleston and The Citadel. Project Rachel is a national ministry of the Catholic Church that has been providing post-abortion healing for women and men throughout the world for more […]


Finding the soul of African-American sacred music

GREENVILLE — Participants at the Archbishop James Patterson Lykes Conference, hosted by the Archdiocese of New Orleans, were exposed to the evangelizing power of African-American sacred music in the Catholic Church this summer. Jesuit Father Joseph Brown, Ph.D., director of Black American Studies at Southern Illinois University in Cabondale, spoke on the healing power of […]


Kathleen Poole, organizer of first state March for Life, dies at 71

COLUMBIA — Kathleen Walsh Poole, chairman of the Board of the South Carolina Citizens for Life and the organizer of the first March for Life in the state, died Nov. 10 at the age of 71. The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated Nov. 13 at St. Joseph Church. Burial was at St. Peter Catholic […]


St. Joseph’s named a top 50 school

GREENVILLE — In just its 11th year of existence, St. Joseph’s Catholic School has achieved the distinction of being named to the 2004 Catholic High School Honor Roll, ranking it among the top 50 Catholic secondary schools in the nation. Known as St. Joseph’s Catholic School since the addition of its middle school last year, […]


Junior high rally shows youths how they can answer God’s call

COLUMBIA — Nearly 500 Catholic junior high students from 32 parishes gathered at the White Oak Conference Center Nov. 6 to explore how they will respond to God’s call. Jerry White, director of the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of Charleston, told the group that they don’t have to wait […]


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