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2009

Easter 2009

‘In Him a new age has dawned; the long reignof sin is ended; a broken world has beenrenewed and man is once again made whole.’~ From the fourth Preface of the Mass of Easter Dear brothers and sisters in Christ: We come once again to this celebration of the awesome feast of Easter in what […]


Father Benedict Groeschel speaks at Cardinal Newman

COLUMBIA — Father Benedict Groeschel addressed the students of Cardinal Newman School during a mid-day assembly March 11. Approximately 500 students, along with faculty, staff and parents, heard the Franciscan Friar of the Renewal speak about the gross injustice of underpaying immigrants. He described this as one of the biggest sins that American society commits […]


Church of the Nativity reaches its 50 year landmark

CHARLESTON — The Church of the Nativity celebrated its 50th anniversary April 5 with cake and light refreshments in the parish hall. Father S. Thomas Kingsley, administrator, said they hope to have a more elaborate celebration in the fall with Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone, but for now they decided to keep it simple since the […]


Aiken County residents earn GEDs with Catholic Center’s help

GLOVERVILLE — Peggy Estes and her father, Jimmy, spent a recent Wednesday morning solving math problems. The two Edgefield residents huddled at a table with Christina Geter of Beech Island and figured out the correct answers. Daughters of Charity Sister Mary Sheehan checked on them several times to monitor their progress. These adult students are […]


SCCCW convention focuses on promoting faith and values

HILTON HEAD — The 79th annual Convention of the S.C. Council of Catholic Women offered participants from the Diocese of Charleston three days of spiritual reflection, celebration and fellowship. The event, held at the Hilton Ocean Front Resort, featured guest speakers, workshops, entertainment, and daily opportunities for prayer and worship. The convention was hosted by […]


http://www.themiscellany.org/2009/04-09-09_abusepreventionmonth.html

CHARLESTON — April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to spotlight the issue of abuse and teach people how to become involved in supporting children and families. Of course, for agencies that focus on protecting children, every single day is about child abuse prevention, and they would like that to be true for […]


Ordination photos and DVDs are available for purchase

CHARLESTON — Photos of the episcopal ordination of Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone will be available for purchase online. Visit our main page and click the purchase photos link in the left navigation menu. For a DVD of the entire ordination, visit the Web site of the Diocese of Charleston, www.catholic-doc.org, and click the order form. […]


Six Basic Truths of Discipleship: Living fully without fear

Life can certainly give us a few failures and disappointments. At times, these can leave bad memories and scars on our soul. We remember these events and fear repeating them, or letting them be repeated. Walls and barriers go up around our heart and obsessive caution is the rule of the day. In such an […]


Former presidential candidate Alan Keyes speaks at ‘40 Days’ rally

CHARLESTON — Alan Keyes, a 2008 presidential nominee for America’s Independent Party, was the featured speaker at the 40 Days for Life Mid-way Rally in Charleston March 21. During a phone interview with The Miscellany, he said it is part of his mission to join people who are mobilizing to end abortion and to make […]


Spartanburg coroner analyzes the painful details of Christ’s death

SPARTANBURG — Coroner Rusty Clevenger spoke in a professional tone,  but people in the crowd looked shocked. The Spartanburg county coroner was talking about “The Forensics of Christ’s Crucifixion,” an event sponsored by St. Paul the Apostle Church Women’s Club on March 12 in the parish hall. It was a mixture of Scripture and science […]


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