WASHINGTON—Sitting on the floor in a side chapel in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Lillian Zhao knew that what she was part of was unlike anything she had ever seen […]
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE—Catholic Scouts take a journey in faith to earn religious badges. At a recent retreat at Camp Barstow, 40 Scouts had the opportunity to complete their requirements for the Ad Altare Dei and Pope Pius […]
GREENVILLE—Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina has a simple mission statement: “to educate students in the liberal arts and sciences so that in all things God may be glorified.” William Thierfelder, Ed.D., college president, brought […]
Evangelization is simpler than knocking on doors, handing out copies of the Catechism and telling everyone we meet about our faith. Paulist Father Frank P. DeSiano said people can share the word simply by learning […]
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone had a full plate of issues to talk about with our Catholic state legislators. During a recent breakfast at the State Supreme Court, the bishop and Msgr. Richard D. Harris met […]
COLUMBIA—More than 700 Catholic youth braved the cold to participate in the 2011 S.C. Catholic Youth Rally for Life, and the annual Stand Up for Life march and rally on Jan. 15.
IRONDALE, Ala.—EWTN Global Catholic Network has signed a letter of intent to acquire the National Catholic Register newspaper. “All of us at EWTN have great respect for the Register and the role it has played […]
COLUMBIA—The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina will host “Tools for Thriving in Challenging Times” on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 9:30 a.m. to noon at the South Carolina Archives and History Center. The event […]