CNS photo/David W. Cerny, Reuters: A family prays at the Olsany cemetery in Prague on Nov. 2. Catholics in the Czech Republic and around the world mark All Souls Day by visiting the graves of loved ones. In the Diocese of Charleston, S.C., Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone celebrated a cemetery Mass for All Souls Day at St. Mary Help of Christians Church in Aiken.
NETTUNO, Italy—”No more, Lord, no more (war)” that shatters dreams and destroys lives, bringing a cold, cruel winter instead of some sought-after spring, Pope Francis said, looking out at the people gathered for an outdoor […]
A Letter from Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Each New Year brings with it the promise of hope and possibility. As we move forward into 2016, we are guided […]
CHARLESTON—Boxes are piled high on desks, tables and floor space as employees in the Charleston-area offices of the diocese prepare to move onto their new campus. The move is scheduled for the week of Aug. […]