Sister Pamela Smith, SSCM, is the Secretary for Education and Faith Formation at the Diocese of Charleston.
A recent radio broadcast directed at single young adults recommended that listeners would do well to list 100 things for which they were grateful. I was driving at the time the challenge was issued, and, […]
The first Monday of April saw a remarkable gathering of Christian leaders in zucchettos and stoles, clerical collars and kente cloth, business suits and cross pins, copes and saghavarts (Armenian priestly headgear). The site was […]
There’s something very American about wanting to do things our way. We want choices, and we want to give input on almost anything that affects us. Unfortunately, that means that we are accustomed to conducting […]
The Spring 2019 issue of Duquesne University’s alumni magazine features an article about a visitor to DU’s Palumbo Center. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor was there for a discussion on public service this past December. […]
When you drive through Orangeburg County, Bamberg County, and Allendale County, it’s no surprise to find no Catholic schools along the way. There are some very nice homes, some expansive farms, cotton fields, lumber trucks […]
Late term abortion, like any procured abortion, is an outrage, not a right. History reveals that it was not until the early modern period that people began to talk about human or civil rights. The Magna […]
My Uncle Howie Smith often shook his head in wonderment as he baffled new acquaintances with talk about becoming a husband, a father, and a grandfather, all within six months. Then he would laugh and […]