I offer you an accounting of the Diocese of Charleston’s financial operations with this report for 2022.
Celebrating Black History month in February is an American tradition because Black history is everyone’s history.
Stewardship is not simply about giving gifts — it is about being a gift.
I am composing these words on October 11, 2022, which is the 60th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council.
We Catholics celebrate the Epiphany of the Lord, which is “the manifestation of Jesus as the Messiah of Israel; the Son of God.”
As parishes begin a new year, many may ponder how they can further serve their communities.
Simply put, to consecrate something means to make it holy.
As another year begins, it means the start of something new and the chance to make a change.
The notion that “opposites attract” is a paradox.
Mental health from a Catholic perspective reminds us that God has made us in his image and likeness.
In my work as a professional organizer, I have had clients fall prey to the “get organized” sales pitch.
Not too many saints are known for fighting demons and their hermit lifestyles, but St. Anthony the Abbot is one.
As we ease into a new year, I’ve found myself considering spiritual growth through the lens of football.
Bringing a toddler to Mass definitely leads me deeper into prayer — but not the contemplative kind.
See how sharp your “heresy hunting” skills are by examining each of the following statements about Jesus Christ.
Thanks to a recent promotion, I’m now manager of our department. How do I navigate going from peer to supervisor?
This is the story of an African woman who would profess that she would never have come to know Jesus and enter his Church had she not been kidnapped.
Every day of our lives, we are given an opportunity to draw closer to God or move farther away from him.
A Washington, D.C. attorney led lobbying and prayer on Capitol Hill, in defense of the unborn.
Raise your hand if someone in your family has fallen away from the faith in recent years.
Ralph Conte was asked about his secret to a long life, but his heart is in his life’s passion — photography.
The most important thing we can do for our children is to foster their discipleship.
How can the average family take steps to harbor the homeless and provide a place for the vulnerable?
Here are a few snapshots of our diocese and how we served others through various ministries.