Jesus’ sacrifice for us compels us to always love the person.
Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune discusses spiritual fruits during Respect Life Month.
We, like the Blessed Mother, are meant to offer our sufferings united with Jesus on the cross.
We learn of God's love and grow in virtue by choosing good over evil daily.
As we celebrate Independence Day this month, Bishop Fabre reflects on the nature of freedom.
Let the light of your faith shine forth, do not hide it under a basket where no one can see it!
Every day, we should set aside time to cherish our mothers, and especially Mary, the Mother of God.
Rev. Msgr. D. Anthony Droze, VG, will continue as pastor of St. Mar...
What does the news of Christ’s resurrection provoke in you? Are you compelled to run to our Savior?
We take on disciplines or give up practices so that we can strengthen our relationship with God and serve him.
God’s love for us is our first love: it extends beyond time and space.
Every day of our lives, we are given an opportunity to draw closer to God or move farther away from him.
As we emerge from the season of Advent, we prepare ourselves for Christ’s presence among us.
The holiday season often brings with it a sense of renewal, a breath of fresh air.
God’s first gift to humanity was life. He breathed into Adam and Eve, animating them to move.
All of God’s creations bear the fingerprint of his divine order.
We will focus on education as we plan for our students to return to school this month.
In this edition of The Catholic Miscellany, the ongoing theme is “Coming Home.”
This month, I became your new bishop, taking on anew role in my life and in the life of the Church in South Carolina.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone made the following assignments for priests in the Diocese of Charleston.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone made the following assignments for pr...