The Most Reverend Robert E. Guglielmone shares his Thanksgiving message with the Diocese of Charleston.
Each year on Nov. 11, we celebrate our country’s veterans. Over 400,000 service men and women live in South Carolina and represent all branches of the service.
DIOCESE—The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has named a number of students from the Diocese of Charleston as semi-finalists in its annual competition. National Merit Semifinalists rank in the top one percent of high school seniors […]
Catholic radio helps Marsha Beach of Mount Pleasant turn rush hour into a spiritual experience. “Just hearing the programs they offer while I’m sitting there in traffic helps me learn more about my faith and, […]
CHARLESTON—As Sister Deanna Bartolomei enters her golden jubilee year with the sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, she finds herself at a crossroads. She has been at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist for […]
The annual Diocese of Charleston Youth Volleyball Tournament, held at Summerville Catholic School in Summerville, SC on Oct. 17-18.
Parishioners brought their furry friends to St. Theresa the Little Flower Church for the annual blessing of the pets.
Christians held signs on Main Street to raise awareness for the Pro-Life cause. There were over 15 different Life Chains this year throughout the state of South Carolina.
ECCO was founded after Hurricane Hugo struck the greater Charleston area in 1989. Now, 25 years later, the organization has grown to help people with medical, dental, financial and personal needs.
MONCKS CORNER—Any image one might have of a withdrawn monk is shattered within seconds of meeting Father Christian Carr. Sitting in his office at Mepkin Abbey, he greets his two visitors with enthusiasm, offering a […]