CHARLESTON—Before he walked into the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist on May 17 for his ordination to the transitional diaconate, Michael Cellars was feeling a tremendous sense of gratitude about the journey he has […]
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone celebrated the annual chrism Mass before a packed congregation at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Traditionally held on the Tuesday of Holy Week, it is the time when diocesan […]
DANIEL ISLAND—When Deacon Karl Eimers of St. Clare of Assisi Parish was ordained recently, he had no idea just how soon he would be putting all of his new responsibilities to good use. On Saturday, […]
CHARLESTON—The diocesan program of pastoral formation is advancing into its second phase of development for the laity. Created by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone and headed up by Franciscan Sister Kathy Adamski, pastoral formation was developed […]
NORTH CHARLESTON—Young people from around the Southeast spent a weekend developing a brighter future at the 50th Gulf Coast District Conference of the Junior Division of the Knights of Peter Claver. The Knights of Peter […]
NORTH CHARLESTON—Courtney Leonard exudes an air of calm in the classroom. Standing among a dozen young charges, the special-needs teacher at St. John in North Charleston handles a constant flurry of questions, comments and requests […]
CHARLESTON—When Fiona Kent enters a room, she brings the Holy Spirit with her. Not the holy roller version, but a deeply spiritual presence that exudes an inner peace only found through God. It’s in her […]
CHARLESTON—Charleston Catholic School students collected hygiene products for Jenkins Orphanage and One80 Place as part of their Lenten outreach. The children and their families donated more than 400 items to those in need.