Because Language Matters
Deacon André Guillet has certainly made his mark during his 37 year tenure as a deacon.
Things like this should not be destroyed because you take away God’s creations.
Because of Daniel’s Law, surrendering an unharmed baby is legal at designated locations, like hospitals, police stations and fire departments.
Immigrants have always brought oxygen to the American bloodstream.
Men@Prayer offers a chance to learn about prayer and the role men play in spreading the Word of God.
"Family life wasn’t very steady ... through it all, we received a lot of support from the Church."
Pope St. John Paul II initiated the celebration of World Day of the Sick to show solidarity with the ill and their caregivers, and to encourage the faithful to pray for them.
Being raised in the South molds a young adult’s perspective on Black history and Black History Month.
A message of hope to my fellow women and men religious who are not so young anymore.
About 100 guys surrendered control of their lives to the Holy Spirit for one long weekend this summer.
As I unwrap the ornaments and find places for them on my increasingly crowded tree, I see snapshots of my life.
One cannot truly reflect on the Holy Family at Christmas without thinking of the families at our border, praying and hoping for a better life.
Pro-Life Charleston is establishing a mobile unit for women experiencing unplanned pregnancies.
We invite you to meet one of the men in formation to be a priest in South Carolina.
Dr. Vera Bailey's family escaped from a civil war in Liberia, West Africa, and emigrated to America – where the “American” Catholic Church differed from the church back home.
In honor of National Vocation Awareness Week, meet three of the Diocese of Charleston’s seminarians.
During November, Black Catholics across the country will tell stories and praise God in thanksgiving.
Direction to a deeper faith had eluded State Trooper Darian Dowis for decades.
Mark Pace has felt the Real Presence of the Lord when delivering Eucharist.
Sometimes the tiniest of lives will never get the opportunity to alter the course of human events. Abortion will do that.
Deacon John Hall and Sheila Stacy have seen these angels in action, and they are awed.
Iraida Villegas is a wife, a mother of three and a woman with an unwavering faith.