The diocese is building a new pastoral center, which will include a chancery, chapel and conference center located West of the Ashley River in Charleston. It will consolidate diocesan departments under one roof for the […]
The dioceses of Charleston, Charlotte and Raleigh sponsored a Catholic Family Day in North Carolina.
HORRY COUNTY—It’s official! St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School is on track to open in 2016, which will make it the sixth high school in the Diocese of Charleston. A fundraising campaign was approved […]
COLUMBIA—Members of the Cardinal Newman School community took part in a simple but moving ceremony April 19 to celebrate their latest step on the road to a new campus. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone prayed with […]
William Frei, a seminarian for the Diocese of Charleston, SC, talks about St. Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis’ namesake.
Diocese of Charleston seminarian, Rhett Williams, discusses who could be the next pope.
In Faith Facts, Diocese of Charleston seminarian Rhett Williams explains why there are Cardinals.
In Faith Facts, Diocese of Charleston seminarian Will Frei explains the meaning of the title Pope Emeritus.
In Faith Facts, Diocese of Charleston seminarian Rhett Williams explains the meaning of sede vacante and who’s in charge after Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI abdicated.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone of the Diocese of Charleston held a press conference on Feb. 11, 2013, to release a statement about Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation announcement.