CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone has made the following appointments. Father H. Gregory West, from administrator to pastor of St. Andrew in Clemson, St. Paul the Apostle Mission in Seneca and St. Francis Mission in Walhalla, […]
ROCK HILL—Father John S. Rausch, director of the Catholic Committee on Appalachia, will speak on sustainability and the environment during the 31st Annual Cardinal Newman Lecture at The Oratory, 434 Charlotte Ave., on Feb. 19 […]
MOUNT PLEASANT—Deacon Andre Guillet has been named assistant to the director of diaconate. He said he took the newly created post as a way to help Father Edward W. Fitzgerald, who is pastor of Divine […]
WINNSBORO— A special tribute was given to Msgr. Joseph R. Roth at the annual diaconate retreat held recently. Msgr. Roth served as director of the office of diaconate for 20 years, from 1990 to 2010. […]
COLUMBIA—Christians will come closer to true unity if they commit themselves to lives of service and spreading the message of the Gospel.
COLUMBIA—Most people in South Carolina recognize Ray Tanner as the coach of the University of South Carolina baseball team that brought home the national collegiate championship in 2010.
PAWLEYS ISLAND—Lillian Szabo and other long-time members of Precious Blood of Christ Church on Pawleys Island remember the days when they attended Mass in a converted four-car garage.
NYACK, NY—Sister Mary Dorothea McCarthy, of the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine, died Jan. 17 at Marydell Convent. She was 93. The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at the convent on Jan. […]
CHARLESTON—It took over 100 years, but it seems the new steeple atop the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist was well worth the wait.
Three members of Venture Crew 115 from Aiken are participating in a Scouting adventure in Japan. Casey Thomas, Kaitlyn Amidon and Alexander Paczynski were chosen to represent the United States in an international Scouting friendship […]