Everyone has heard the saying, “The family that prays together stays together.” Families with strong prayer lives are also the key to nurturing men and women who will go on to serve the church through […]
Religious orders in the United States are dwindling. Some that once had members in the thousands now have only 100 or so left. South Carolina is feeling the impact, too. Communities such as the Franciscans […]
The Diocese of Charleston has 35 priests serving here from other countries. That may sound like a lot, but it’s fairly compatible with other dioceses in the United States, where one in six Catholic priests […]
Now more than ever, the Catholic Church needs women to consider a call to religious life. As the population of religious sisters ages, many communities are seeing a declining membership.
CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston is experiencing a wonderful period of growth. The number of Catholics has climbed to more than 190,000, leading to new churches, missions and schools. But the growth also raises a difficult […]
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops established a website for vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life. ForYourVocation.org contains handy guides for parents, tips on encouraging vocations, videos, and many other resources to answer your […]
SALTERS—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone went behind prison walls on Christmas Eve to celebrate Mass for inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution in Williamsburg.
DANIEL ISLAND—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone and Father Richard B. Tomlinson celebrated the annual Food Drive Mass at Bishop England High School Dec. 10. The food drive helps parishes in the Charleston area feed people in […]