On Nov. 14, 1846, Bishop Ignatius Reynolds dedicated St. Peter as the first Catholic church in Beaufort. That was 175 years ago with only a dozen parishioners or so.
Alzheimer’s disease is the cross carried by more than six million Americans today.
Dodge a negative experience with prayer and support.
Direction to a deeper faith had eluded State Trooper Darian Dowis for decades.
A new partnership between Catholic Charities and Jiseki Health is now available throughout the state.
The desire to hear and tell family stories arises from our deepest needs to know who we are.
A peek at some of the prominent figures and events in the New Testament.
Paul DiStefano remembers being asked if he wanted to meet someone that was “just like” Mother Teresa, but he couldn’t believe it.
For some people, there is one thing missing at Thanksgiving: Chocolate. Why can’t there be any chocolate desserts? There is often virtue in having the courage to be different.
Dr. Vera Bailey's family escaped from a civil war in Liberia, West Africa, and emigrated to America – where the “American” Catholic Church differed from the church back home.
Even amid a resurgent pandemic and the summer wildfires, there are reasons to be thankful.
St. Cecilia has inspired Christians and artists for centuries.
The pressure is on for young Catholics. They are taught that they are in this world but not of it.
I own a small company, and my workers don’t seem motivated.
As Catholics, we are called to be faithful servants — to be strong and of good courage.
Never Underestimate Who Might Read Your Weekly Church Bulletin!
I wasn’t prepared for the sudden finality of death.
During November, Black Catholics across the country will tell stories and praise God in thanksgiving.
I must admit that Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Yes, I am aware that it is a secular, not a sacred, holiday, and I think that’s part of what I like about it.
Food is mentioned more than 1,200 times in sacred Scripture.
The consequential adventure of marriage and family life offers a fulfilling pathway toward human flourishing.
In honor of National Vocation Awareness Week, meet three of the Diocese of Charleston’s seminarians.
I just graduated and got this great job, but I’m in a new city and it’s almost impossible to meet people.
Anthony Enriquez certainly was in a quiet place, but he was not praying. He was surviving.