The Diocese of Charleston is delighted to announce that Pope Francis has bestowed Papal Honors on seven men and women for their work and dedication to the Church in South Carolina.
One of the hardest things for people to discuss, because of the pai...
Our children are created with a beautiful array of gifts, talents and personality traits.
According to the Gospels of Mark, Luke and Matthew, Jesus saw a tax collector sitting at his customs post and said, “Follow me.”
What happens to His Body and Blood?
Press the reset button – how to move beyond family divisions.
Thinking back to my grandmother, I can say without reservation that she loved me unconditionally. I not only want my grandchildren to know that same unconditional love, I want to share with them my love for the Catholic faith.
In 2018, Hurricane Michael left our house unlivable and our community devastated.
Moving through the grief process after the death of a loved one has a large social component.
On any given day, residents could be enjoying a game of bingo, dancing or painting their latest masterpiece.
The Veritas Catholic Information Center in early stages of development.
Business and family need not be opposed. Just keep one first.
We pray that we all will make courageous choices for a simple and environmentally sustainable lifestyle, rejoicing in our young people who are resolutely committed to this.
Moral theologian, Father Jeffrey Kirby, STD, answers three of the more prominent questions about end-of-life care.
Celebrate the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary with this this rustic apple blueberry crostata dessert.
In recalling some of the milestones of his 39-year ministry, Msgr. Edward Lofton lists an impressive resume of building churches and communities, while responding to the people entrusted to his care.
Each morning, before I leave our Bluffton convent for Mass, I browse obituaries and death notices in our daily paper.
In this follow-up question about the Mass, Fr. Joe looks at how we can increase our reverence, and reminds us that we "simply have to remember that the desire to be reverent at Mass is holy."
The World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly fits into the Church’s larger vision for the family.
It all started back in 2010 on a trip to his home country, Nigeria.
She says: My job is very demanding.
Just this year, Pope Francis designated the fourth Sunday of each July as the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly.
We have heard many times, especially from Pope Francis, that being a Christian is a way of life.
Let’s be honest, work is real and a healthy work/life balance is often elusive. So start small and reclaim Sunday.