ROCK HILL—An estimated 500 people recently took time out from their busy lives to honor men and women who died for the faith hundreds of years ago. The annual Vietnamese Martyrs Celebration was held Nov. […]
Pope Francis has designated the upcoming liturgical year as an extraordinary jubilee of divine mercy. The custom of observing jubilees is an ancient part of God’s Covenant with Israel. As they neared the Promised Land, […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Difficult decisions are on the horizon for many women religious in the United States. As their populations age and numbers decline, leadership and members of some congregations must consider what to do with property […]
GREENVILLE—The word to live by for a rising group of young adults is authenticity. As in, live your life and faith authentically each day despite the moral disarray of the world. It is a challenge, […]
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Tune into the opening of the Holy Year of Mercy and two Christmas events, all celebrated by Pope Francis and broadcast worldwide. Broadcast times for South Carolina are as follows: • Dec. 8 at […]
AIKEN—Marge Glauser plans her days around the needs of another person — her best friend Gary Gilbault. He suffers from congestive heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and must be hooked up to oxygen […]
After her divorce, Marci said she was left feeling adrift and alone. Her feelings of grief, anger, loss and confusion were similar to those she experienced after the death of a family member. She didn’t […]
GOOSE CREEK—Knights of Columbus Council 11991 was given the Star Council Award for Fraternal Year 2014-2015 for increasing their membership. Grand Knight Steven Gearhart received the award from State Deputy Frank Davis on Oct. 22.