This educational video provides an overview of the major events that occurred during the week of Jesus’ Passion, as we prepare for His resurrection on Easter Sunday.
It may taste like chicken, but alligator is actually classified as a fish by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, which means it’s still on the menu during Lent. “Abstinence laws consider that meat comes […]
As we approach the conclusion of the 2016 Presidential election season, we must not become disillusioned or desensitized because we are disappointed by the choices set before us. This year, many good-intentioned people feel lost […]
October marks the annual observance of Respect Life Month. Catholics are taught that all human life is sacred because life is given by God from the miraculous moment of conception to the natural ending of death […]
Editor’s note: Daniel Lloyd, a professor of religion, contributed the following column on the diaconate. Deacons will continue to be an important topic in the Diocese of Charleston for at least two specific reasons. The […]
Editor’s note: Daniel Lloyd, a professor of religion, contributed the following column on the diaconate. Some misunderstandings about deacons arise from the fact that there are transitional deacons and permanent deacons. A candidate for the […]
Patti Brassington, a member of Blessed Sacrament Church in Charleston, makes sure there is always someone scheduled to spend time with Christ in the church’s perpetual adoration chapel, which has been open for 33 years. […]
On Aug. 15 Catholics and many other Christians will celebrate the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The significant feast day recalls the spiritual and physical departure of the mother of Jesus […]