The dioceses of Charleston, Charlotte and Raleigh sponsored a Catholic Family Day in North Carolina.
By Carol Glatz | Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — In a letter to an atheist Italian mathematician, retired Pope Benedict XVI defended his own handling of allegations of the sexual abuse of minors […]
My grandson came to my parish festival last Sunday. This is more remarkable than it sounds. Through a wonderful and dramatic turn of events, I recently moved from the North Carolina coast, where I lived […]
Columbiettes attend conventionSouth Carolina Columbiettes sent a delegation to the Supreme Convention Aug. 16-18 in Stamford, Conn. The party included Paula Griffard, state president, who reported on their activities; Betty Richitelli, past state president; and […]
COLUMBIA—Henrie Monteith Treadwell made history 50 years ago when she became one of three black students to integrate into the University of South Carolina. Breaking racial barriers took courage, determination and discipline, all of which […]
CHARLESTON—Christ the Divine Teacher parish, located on The Citadel campus, has officially changed in status to a campus ministry. The change was made effective June 1 by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone after consultation with the […]
TIMONIUM, MD.—Redemptorist Father Daniel John Carboy, former pastor of St. Anne in Sumter, S.C., died on Aug. 22 at St. John Neumann Residence at Stella Maris. He was 73. The Mass of Christian Burial was […]
By Francis X. Rocca | Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said the church should approach its members with the face of a patient, merciful and understanding mother, who always forgives her erring children […]