We cannot become holy on our own. As Christians, we cannot be a solo act.
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.
“I’m a hobo for heaven."
This month we celebrate the beheading of St. John the Baptist.
As we celebrate one more Independence Day, may we sing of America, “God shed his grace on thee/And crown thy good with brotherhood/From sea to shining sea.”
During Mass, we’re reliving and participating in a miracle that has been repeated for millennia, one which encircles the globe daily.
The tiny "wow" during a quiet, sacred moment in Mass reminds us how incredible the Eucharist truly is.
The heart of Jesus beats loudly today because a young Italian boy loved our Lord so much that he wanted to share that love with the world.
South Carolina is home to a unique madonna enshrined in Kingstree
Doing missionary work is vital to the very nature and function of the Church.
People from across South Carolina gathered on Feb. 17-18 to celebrate the gifts that Black Catholics bring to the Church.
God is timeless, above and beyond all time and space, without beginning or end, alpha and omega.
We have heard many times, especially from Pope Francis, that being a Christian is a way of life.
Immigrants have helped shape nearly every aspect of American culture.
Desde La Isla Esmeralda Hasta El Sudeste Asiático: La Inmigración Está en Auge Y La Fe Católica Está Creciendo
Los inmigrantes han ayudado a moldear casi todos los aspectos de la cultura estadounidense.
In South Carolina, the Catholic population is a rich tapestry of cultures that have coalesced in one faith.