WASHINGTON—The Obama administration’s May 13 directive on transgender access to bathrooms “that treats ‘a student’s gender identity as the student’s sex’ is deeply disturbing,” said the chairmen of two U.S. Catholic bishops’ committees. “The guidance […]
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone spent some time in prison on Christmas Eve. The bishop celebrated Mass for the men imprisoned at Federal Correctional Institute Williamsburg in Salters at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 24.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Worldwide Marriage Encounter, a faith-based marriage enrichment program, is searching for the longest married couple in the country and on the state level. Over 180 nominations have been received but not one […]
COLUMBIA—The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina recently awarded 22 Caritas grants totaling $51,000 to nonprofit and faith-based organizations across the state. The one-year grants are for organizations to provide outreach services to the […]
CHARLESTON—In case you missed the last edition of The Catholic Miscellany, the newspaper’s publication dates will change in 2011. The paper will be printed every other week starting Jan. 6, 2011.
ROCK HILL—A recent leadership conference helped some Vietnamese Catholics learn how the Gospel message can help them reach out more effectively to others.
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH—Our Lady Star of the Sea Church has launched an outreach program to help the increasing number of needy people along the northern stretch of the Grand Strand.
The Christmas season is a blessed and festive time, but it can also be lonely and challenging for senior citizens. Seniors who are widowed, have no family or family members far away might find themselves […]
Thanks to a collaboration of the Vatican Television Centre and Telecom Italia, you can watch Pope Benedict’s Mass for the World Day of Peace on Jan. 1, 2011, will be transmitted in with commentary in […]