Because "Hunger never takes a holiday."
Love and kindness go farther than anyone thinks it can.
It's a community effort to fulfill Christ's command to embrace the Corporal Works of Mercy in South Carolina.
The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) convened its 13th gathering this July in Maryland.
Lowcountry Outreach has been created to enhance the reach of nonprofit organizations that are already serving people in need.
Some disciples of Christ are coming to the heart of Greenville to set up shop and evangelize.
We asked Father Williams about his teaching and pastoral work with college and high school students in our state.
The College of Charleston’s Catholic Student Association has grown into "something great."
In his speech, he said he was thankful to learn that the most impor...
“Ten years and somewhere between 17,000 and 20,000 hours of helping” people who are hurting.
"You never know how the Holy Spirit will use Catholic radio to change somebody’s life.”
An African American Catholic cemetery is given new life and proper care it deserves. The result is a serene, park-like space that honors those who have gone before us.
This family might not be Catholic, but generations have worked within the Church serving people in need.
Three men were ordained this summer: two of them from the same church! Dominican Father Vincent Bernhard and Deacons Peter O’Steen and Eric Roman are the newest ordinands.
When people who were incarcerated are ready to reintegrate into society, the Catholic Restorative Justice program steps in to assist them on the right path.
Every Mass, we witness the most incredible miracle: the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
When family can't be there, volunteers step in to give NICU babies the extra cuddles they need to recover and thrive.
Promoting the dignity of work by giving opportunities to those with cognitive impairments.
Father Rhett Williams visits the Holy Land with seniors and graduate students to explore their vocations.
Michael Ghattas is one of the men in formation to be a priest in South Carolina.