It's a community effort to fulfill Christ's command to embrace the Corporal Works of Mercy in South Carolina.
We have to empty ourselves of deadly elements – waste and toxins fed to us by our culture, society and the media — to sustain our souls.
The Diocese of Charleston is hosting its first Eucharistic Congress April 6, 2024!
EFFECTIVE NOV. 29 Rev. Christopher B. Loester as parochial vicar f...
Love and kindness go farther than anyone thinks it can.
Jesus’ sacrifice for us compels us to always love the person.
The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) convened its 13th gathering this July in Maryland.
This month serves as a platform to acknowledge and honor the indige...
Receiving the Eucharist with the right disposition of gratitude involves embracing and living a sacramental lifestyle.
How can we cultivate gratitude in our hearts in a season when we’re bombarded by advertising designed to leave us feeling discontent?
We cannot become holy on our own. As Christians, we cannot be a solo act.
Because "Hunger never takes a holiday."