The story of these saints takes us back to the ninth century and the Byzantine empire, which was concerned for the spread of the Gospel.
It is the people of God who act as the hands and feet of Christ daily.
Natalie became interested in her genealogy and began researching on ancestry.com.
A Washington, D.C. attorney led lobbying and prayer on Capitol Hill, in defense of the unborn.
Ralph Conte was asked about his secret to a long life, but his heart is in his life’s passion — photography.
It was 120 years ago this October that Council 704 began on the Charleston peninsula.
A $6,700 grant from Food Lion allowed Our Lady of the Valley to make improvements.
There is a period of time in life where many young people are not quite ready to enter the “real” world.
John Paul II School junior David Shaw completed his Eagle Scout project.
“This has been so much more than a bookstore. The presence of St. Paul is powerful."
Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune, CS, informed us of our calling to be the “bees” of Christ.
In the United States, Hispanics make up 31% of the Catholic population.
Ashlyn Watkins is no stranger to dominating on the basketball court.
The Serra Club is working with The Catholic Miscellany to provide a series of profiles.
This time of year always reminds me of my days of homeschooling, a time in the not so distant past.
Meet Wyatt Wingard. He is a kindergarten student at St. Joseph School in Anderson.
Knights of Columbus Joseph Miguel Ros Sr. Council 3067 celebrated its 75th anniversary on June 28 at St. Mary Lady of Ransom Church in Georgetown.
Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune and his siblings grew up “not too far from the Haitian Palace in Port-au-Prince” during the Duvalier regime.
It rings with the acceptance, joy and hope that is taught by and through our Catholic faith.
“I remember exactly what my mother said when I told her I was going to be a priest in the early 1980s."
Among the fragrant gifts offered to Bishop Jacques is a spiritual bouquet from the Legion of Mary.
Because Language Matters
Deacon André Guillet has certainly made his mark during his 37 year tenure as a deacon.