Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ: The Pharisees and Scribes thought they had finally ended the “Jesus problem.” He had been executed and buried; His followers had been dispersed in fear; the crowds had been […]
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone marked his first anniversary in the Diocese of Charleston by celebrating Mass in the same church where he was ordained.
Just about anybody who grew up Catholic in the United States in recent decades remembers selling raffle tickets for one thing or another, and being in parish halls full of eager bingo players hoping to […]
CHARLESTON—As accusations are hurled at Pope Benedict XVI over decisions he made on priestly sex abuse and it becomes a focus in world news, South Carolina’s bishop expressed concern for victims and advised Catholics to […]
CHARLESTON—Youth may speak a different language than adults at times, but one word they both understand is busy. That’s why Marie Donnelly, director of youth ministry at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, is […]
CONWAY—Candles and the sound of flowing water enhanced the atmosphere at St. James Church, as approximately 80 people gathered for a Taizé service on March 16.
GREENVILLE—The liturgy is what really touches people’s lives, but it isn’t always used to its fullest potential, Father Michael Driscoll said. He spoke to a group of about 40 at Furman University on the impact […]
CHARLESTON—Priests from the Diocese of Charleston reaffirmed their commitment to priestly service, worshipped together and received thanks for their devoted work at the annual Chrism Mass, or Mass of the Oils, held March 30 at […]
Venturing Crew receives national award AIKEN—Venturing Crew 115 from St. Mary Help of Christians Church received their National Gold Medallion award from Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone of the Diocese of Charleston at the Province of […]