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Seminarian Rhett Williams of the Diocese of Charleston explains about the pope’s inaugural Mass in this segment of Faith Facts.
Seminarian William Frei of the Diocese of Charleston, SC, explains why Pope Benedict was given the emeritus title in this segment of Faith Facts.
Seminarian Rhett Williams of the Diocese of Charleston explains the history of eggs Benedict in this segment of Faith Facts.
DURHAM, NC—Whether your parish is just starting to promote stewardship as a way of life or has been actively involved for years, the tenth Regional Stewardship Conference will feature something for you. The conference, sponsored […]
COLUMBIA—The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina will host “Tools for Thriving in Challenging Times” on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the South Carolina Archives and History Center. The event […]
By Vatican Information Service VATICAN CITY—Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, the Vatican’s press office director, issued a Nov. 21 statement concerning remarks made by Pope Benedict XVI on the use of condoms in the battle against […]
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Parable play at St. John NeumannCOLUMBIA—The sixth graders at St. John Neumann School perform a scene from “Once Upon a Parable.” The youth put the play on recently for family and friends with a second […]
Venturing Crew receives national award AIKEN—Venturing Crew 115 from St. Mary Help of Christians Church received their National Gold Medallion award from Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone of the Diocese of Charleston at the Province of […]