CHARLESTON—Kathleen Fryml struggled to express the joy she felt as she watched her son Andrew’s ordination to the transitional diaconate. Though in the end, she didn’t need to say anything at all. “She never cries, […]
CHARLESTON—For a brief period of time, Msgr. Steven L. Brovey struggled with the decision on whether to enter seminary after graduation, or go to medical school. In the end, the enduring call of the Lord […]
COLUMBIA—A composition teacher at Lugoff-Elgin High School made a suggestion that sparked Father Sandy McDonald’s vocation to the priesthood. He had been immersed in the faith since birth, raised one of seven children in a […]
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone exhorted the standing-room only crowd to seek and rejoice in a newness of life at the annual chrism Mass at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist held March 22. The […]
T.J. Cofield of Greenville attended various churches while growing up, but never felt really comfortable about faith until he started attending Catholic campus ministry at Furman University. “I found my faith home was in the […]
The Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone shares his Thanksgiving message with the Diocese of Charleston.
Churches and schools have started the recovery process after historic floods hit the state during the first week of October. “Everybody is pretty much dried out, and now we’re waiting on repair and cost estimates […]
CHARLESTON—It was called the 1,000 year storm and brought extreme rains that deluged South Carolina over the past week resulting in catastrophic flooding in the Midlands and places around the Lowcountry. The media reported that […]