The basis of our ministry is prayer. God answers prayers. He brought Sheila and Lesli together for a reason and that reason is Liam.
The Legion of Mary is celebrating its 100th anniversary this month.
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.
As parents prepare to send their children back to class for the fall 2021 semester, Catholic school oﬃcials are looking forward to returning to a more familiar setting.
Father Fabio Refosco is grateful for Catholic education, as a student and a teacher.
Catholic educators were first called to consider exceptional students in 1965 in the encyclical Gravissimum Educationis, where Pope St. Paul VI clarified that all persons, by virtue of their inherent dignity, have the right to an education.
Brother Ed Bergeron and Brother Spencer Tafuri say goodbye to St. John Church in North Charleston.
Elizabeth Kelley, principal of St. Gregory the Great School, uses simple, yet powerful words to describe the interaction between classmates of students with special needs at the Bluffton school.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches us that charity is one of the three theological virtues, the other two being faith and hope.
In my previous article, we talked about changes brought on by the pandemic and how our relationships with God changed or grew in response.
The question is whether or not we will recognize him and believe in the form he appears.
A phone call from the Vatican changed Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone’s life once before, and it’s about to happen again.
New Print and Online Publication is a Trusted Tool for Evangelization in The Diocese of Charleston.
When the business my father worked for relocated from New York to Pennsylvania, we city kids found ourselves living in a small borough situated along the Susquehanna River where we could bike just 10 minutes to reach country roads.
A new Catholic high school with a curriculum based on faith and classic texts is coming to Charleston.
A study into the possibility of opening a Cristo Rey school in the Diocese of Charleston has been put on hold for at least two years, largely because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement released by the Diocese of Charleston.