AIKEN—About 75 people from St. Gerard parish gathered to pray outdoors on Oct. 11 as part of the American Needs Fatima public square rosary. “We were very happy with our attendance and felt Our Lady was smiling down on us,” said Marge Glauser “It was a beautiful day and a wonderful experience.
MYRTLE BEACH—Carol Jean Walters is on a mission to rally people around the importance of fighting for religious freedom. The former New Yorker has started local chapters of Catholics for Freedom of Religion. She first […]
CHARLESTON—Language barriers may soon be less of a problem for Spanish-speaking people seeking annulments in the Diocese of Charleston. Forty people recently began taking classes held in Spanish so they can learn to be case […]
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone announced that “Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Charleston, Inc.” will no longer operate as an independent corporation, and instead will function under the umbrella of the diocese. The move comes […]