Students at Our Lady of the Rosary are learning to recognize and address bullying before it becomes a problem. The school is in its second year using the Palmetto Pals Value of Friendship Program, which […]
PAWLEYS ISLAND—Community outreach is an important service that members of Precious Blood of Christ Church women’s club perform. One of the efforts initiated by Sue Cross and Suzanne Harris is to serve as volunteers at […]
COLUMBIA—Marriage is still brand new for Irene and Howard Chambers of Charleston, who tied the knot in late October in Baltimore. Paul and Rita Thiel of Irmo, meanwhile, first said their vows 64 years ago […]
By signing the Book of the Elect and bowing their heads for blessings, hundreds of people continued their conversion at Rite of Election ceremonies held on the first weekend of Lent. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone […]
Students were once taught that when referring to generic individuals in abstract situations, the masculine pronoun “he” was to be used. An example might be, “if someone has two apples, he has two snacks.” Over […]
The Diocese of Charleston is losing eight of its principals, some of whom have been in the leadership position for many years — a couple even spanning decades. Sandra Leatherwood, director for Catholic education, said […]
CHARLESTON—The University of South Carolina Press has published “Patrick N. Lynch, 1817-1882: Third Catholic Bishop of Charleston”, by Stephen J. White Sr., in collaboration with the late David C.R. Heisser, Ph.D. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone […]
Over 300 people filled St. Peter Catholic Church in Beaufort for the Rite of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion held on Feb. 23.