Slouched opposite me in the youth room was a teen boy, baseball cap askew, arms crossed, nodding off slightly before our meeting began. There’s nothing unusual about that. What I found slightly unnerving about this […]
COLUMBIA—Christians who are confused about the issue of immigration can find guidance in the Bible, according to participants at the Lutheran, Anglican, Roman Catholic and United Methodist Bishops’ Dialogue.
SIMPSONVILLE—St. Clare Sister Venita M. Baham, OSC, died Oct. 11. She was 83.The Mass of Christian Burial was at the Monastery of St. Clare chapel in New Orleans, followed by the burial was in the […]
COLUMBIA—Attendees paid tribute to Blessed John Paul II and the late Father Filemon Juya at the ninth annual Diocesan Hispanic Celebration on Oct. 15.
CLEMSON—In a small parlor of a two-story converted home on the grounds of St. Andrew Church, a Franciscan priest led a small group study of how St. Francis’ love for nature can guide today’s Catholics […]
GREENVILLE—Deacon Patrick Moynihan’s mission to help the people of Haiti has taken on an added direction in the almost two years since the island nation was devastated by a 7.0-magnitude earthquake.Now, Moynihan said, Haiti faces […]
COLUMBIA—The ninth annual Diocese of Charleston Rosary Celebration focused on the message of hope found through faith in Christ, the intercession of Mary, and living a life of prayer and concern for others. About 150 […]