MYRTLE BEACH—Many people take Communion every Sunday, but never stop to think about what, exactly, they are receiving. Stop and consider that Jesus Christ is really and truly present in the consecrated host. That subject […]
Two squares of brown wool connected by a simple white cord are a perpetual symbol of Karen Blackwell’s belief. Blackwell, who attends St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Simpsonville, is a member of the Lay […]
Dr. Michael Martocchio, Director of the Office of Catechesis and Christian Initiation for the Diocese of Charleston interviews Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone in a discussion about the concept of imprisonment and the need for mercy. […]
Dr. Michael Martocchio, Director of the Office of Catechesis and Christian Initiation for the Diocese of Charleston interviews Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone about the topic of forgiveness.
CHARLESTON—The South Carolina Catholic Conference has released a brief voters’ guide to help people prepare for the state’s presidential primaries on Feb. 20 (Republican ) and Feb. 27 (Democrat). The flyer was sent to parishes […]
That green tree bedecked with lights and ornaments and topped with a star has become an important part of the season celebrating Christ’s birth. But how did it become such a beloved tradition? There certainly […]