COLUMBIA—In response to the recent devastating flooding, the Sisters of Charity Foundation is supporting organizations that provide relief assistance. South Carolina organizations that serve individuals, families, neighborhoods and communities who have suffered from the effects […]
COLUMBIA—South Carolina’s St. Vincent de Paul councils want to help people who need a House in a Box. This national program provides families who have lost everything in a natural disaster with new household furnishings […]
Each year, the South Carolina Council of Catholic Women Greenville Deanery works with the diocesan office of Ethnic Ministries to promote multicultural appreciation and the need for peace around the world at Christmas. Catholic schools […]
JAMES ISLAND—Father Thomas Kingsley, pastor of the Church of the Nativity, leads adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at Holy Cross Cemetery on All Saints’ Day, Nov. 1. The service included a rosary.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The secular media and advertisers are telling us that we are swiftly approaching the holiday season. Their goal is to entice and encourage us to begin our holiday shopping, […]
COLUMBIA—Sister Mariana Koonce takes health care into the valleys and byways of the Tennessee mountains. She regularly sees people living in dire circumstances, often without adequate shelter or running water, and hears stories of poverty […]
Ellen Mongan of Augusta, Ga., knows the immeasurable grief of early child loss. In 1995, her eighth child, Zachary Mongan, was born with Trisomy 18, a chromosomal condition that disrupts a baby’s normal pattern of […]
In honor of National Vocations Awareness Week, The Miscellany asked our seminarians some mostly light-hearted questions to help people get to know them better. Some of the questions received very similar answers from everyone, such […]