CHARLESTON—In dying we are born unto eternal life. That belief was the focus of Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone’s annual All Souls’ Day Mass held Oct. 2 at St. Lawrence Cemetery.
MYRTLE BEACH—Women religious serving in the Diocese of Charleston face immense challenges, which in many ways mirror those faced by peers nationwide.
COLUMBIA—St. Martin de Porres Church is celebrating its 75th year of serving the faithful in a manner befitting its namesake. Although the building has changed over the years, the core mission of welcoming all people, […]
DANIEL ISLAND—What began as a casual comment on Facebook inspired Bishop England High School’s marching band alumni to hold the first all-year band reunion Oct. 22.
CHARLESTON—Sister Marie Roberta Bridgeman, a Sister of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy, died at May Forest, the congregation’s motherhouse, on Sept. 4. She was 95. The Mass of Christian Burial was held at the […]
Native American Catholics make up a small, vibrant part of the Catholic community in South Carolina, but efforts to minister directly to them have been few and far between. That will hopefully change in the […]
CHARLESTON—Large puppets will move through the darkened Cathedral of St. John the Baptist to the sound of ancient music played on antique instruments on Nov. 6 at 8:30 p.m. The choir of Christ the King […]
COLUMBIA—The transforming power of God’s mercy was the highlight of this year’s S.C. Catholic Charismatic Conference held Oct. 22-24 at Our Lady of the Hills Church. More than 200 people from the Southeast and as […]
CHARLESTON—When Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill was 16 years old, she made a list of things she wanted to accomplish in life. She’s done quite a bit since then, checking items off her list and adding new […]