CHARLESTON—Sister Mary Helen Grobusky well remembers the advice she received during her discernment process when a priest mentor told her to stop playing around and get busy.She laughs at the memory and concedes that she […]
It takes a certain amount of courage to leave everyone and everything you know and travel to another country for a year. Especially when the person in question is a teenager.But every year, 1,000s of […]
ROCK HILL—Augusta Couch uses her love of music to help others raise their voices to God in song. The 18-year-old senior at South Pointe High School created a 50-voice international youth choir at Divine Saviour […]
CHARLESTON—Louis “Skip” ReVille, a former tennis coach at Bishop England High School, was arrested Oct. 28 on child molestation charges. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone sent a memo to parents of Bishop England students on Nov. […]
COLUMBIA—Christians who are confused about the issue of immigration can find guidance in the Bible, according to participants at the Lutheran, Anglican, Roman Catholic and United Methodist Bishops’ Dialogue.
SIMPSONVILLE—St. Clare Sister Venita M. Baham, OSC, died Oct. 11. She was 83.The Mass of Christian Burial was at the Monastery of St. Clare chapel in New Orleans, followed by the burial was in the […]
COLUMBIA—Attendees paid tribute to Blessed John Paul II and the late Father Filemon Juya at the ninth annual Diocesan Hispanic Celebration on Oct. 15.
CLEMSON—In a small parlor of a two-story converted home on the grounds of St. Andrew Church, a Franciscan priest led a small group study of how St. Francis’ love for nature can guide today’s Catholics […]