The seven-member group ranges from fourth- to eighth grade.
Pope Francis has appointed an order priest born in Haiti as the new pastoral leader for the Diocese of Charleston.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone made the following assignments for priests in the Diocese of Charleston.
Msgr. Ronald R. Cellini and Father Raphael Ghattas, pastor and parochial vicar of St. Gregory the Great Church, ministered the sacrament of the anointing of the sick.
The sacrament of marriage brings with it a calling and a vocation to share the Gospel in a special way.
A cemetery so overgrown it could be used for a horror film, and the person hired to beautify that chaos
"Family life wasn’t very steady ... through it all, we received a lot of support from the Church."
We celebrate St. Valentine, however, the Church dedicates the month of February to the Holy Family.
As we move into the month of February, the phrase “standing in the breach” and the concept of “breach-menders” keep coming to me.
Pope St. John Paul II initiated the celebration of World Day of the Sick to show solidarity with the ill and their caregivers, and to encourage the faithful to pray for them.
The Catholic Church has long spoken out against the evil that is the human trafficking industry.
Every time I meet a Catholic religious sister what strikes me is the joy they exude.
The new Clean of Heart facility in the old Good Shepherd Church in Columbia is not quite a spa, but it sure can seem that way to those experiencing homelessness or anyone else who goes a long time between showers and fresh clothing.
Traditionally, February is the month that is dedicated to the Holy Family.
Decide what small things you can do often to show appreciation for your spouse.
When you join romance with commitment, life really begins anew.
Hay libros enteros escritos sobre el tema de “la identidad”.
It was the day after our wedding. I remember driving on Interstate 70 East, away from Kansas City.
Being raised in the South molds a young adult’s perspective on Black history and Black History Month.