Since 1974, the march gathers a throng, mourning in hope, to bear witness to the value of human life from its earliest stage.
On New Year’s Eve, I found myself in a favorite small town donut shop in Pennsylvania.
Father Paul Williams, a professed Franciscan friar for 44 years and a priest for 35, died on Jan. 3.
Our Lady of Grace Church in Indian Land hosted internationally acclaimed pro-life advocate Obianuju Ekeocha for a talk and reception on Dec. 3, 2021.
The South Carolina legislative session begins in January each year, and 2022 provides us with avenues for pro-Catholic success in the public square.
People point to Sister Briege McKenna and claim she has the gift of healing.
Someone says something they shouldn’t have said, and then there is a rush to “cancel” that person.
When the Interfaith Partners of Aiken meet online, it is likely that a couple will tune in from Turkey.
Why Our Lady of the Rosary School enrollment skyrocketed.
Snapshots of our diocese and how we served others through various ministries and outreach.
Pope Francis urges Catholics to seek “a better kind of politics, one truly at the service of the common good.”
A message of hope to my fellow women and men religious who are not so young anymore.
Catholic schools have a long history of success in South Carolina.
A new year is a time for renewal. We make our resolutions, which often start great, but begin to wane.
As we enter 2022, we are invited to reevaluate the progress of our individual paths to holiness in the Lord.
“I work for Jesus.” Those were the sentiments of Poor Clare Sister Briege McKenna as she spoke at the ninth Marian Eucharistic Conference in late 2021.
When Shannon Erickson first became a teacher, she was hoping to make a difference in the lives of young children and their families.
Are you wondering if you should do anything different in 2022? Here’s a strategy used by counselors.
The best teachers worry less about their teaching, more about students’ learning.
2021 Annual Financial Report