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Sisters of Charity research shines a light on migrant workers

A juicy local peach, fresh tomato sandwiches, strawberries warm from the field — mmmm, the joys of the summer season. While everyone has their favorite summer food, few people are aware of the migrant system that brings it to us. The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina wants to change that. They spent over […]



An extraordinary ministry: Distribution of holy Communion is a privilege for the laity

For Catholics, the Eucharist is the most important sacrament and the center of faith itself. The Catechism of the Catholic Church calls the Eucharist “the source and summit of Christian life” (1324) and “the sum and summary of our faith” (1327). All other works of the Church spring from it: “The other sacraments, and indeed […]


Your annulment questions answered

The topic of annulments, properly called a declaration of nullity, is one that seems to cause a lot of confusion for those involved. One of the biggest sources of confusion seems to stem from the word itself. The USCCB notes that annulment is an unfortunate term because in reality, nothing is made null through the […]


New appointments

CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone has made several appointments for priests in the Diocese of Charleston. Rev. Richard W. Jackson retired as Parochial Vicar at St. Anthony Church in Florence and St. Louis Church in Dillon, effective May 29, 2014.  Rev. Jackson will be a Supply Priest for the Diocese of Charleston. Rev. Jesuprathap Narichetti, returning […]


Deacons Morgan and Wilson: ‘Bring hope and love’ to God’s people

COLUMBIA—Roger Morgan and Richard Wilson experienced a milestone moment in their lives when they were ordained to the transitional diaconate by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone on May 16. The ordinations were held before several hundred friends, family and well-wishers who packed St. Joseph Church. Twenty priests also attended. The transitional diaconate is the final step […]



Computer classes can open eyes and doors for seniors

Technology has never been Marzi Knight’s friend. “In my heart, I am a luddite through and through,” said the 73-year-old Columbia resident, using a common term for people who resist technology. She only had color TV because her children wanted it, drives her cars until they “literally die” and still uses a basic flip cell […]


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