The Bishop’s Stewardship Appeal will begin its pledge weekend in many parishes Feb. 19-20. This appeal is a primary source of funding to help sustain and expand ministries of the 92 parishes, 23 missions, 32 […]
Living on the street poses many hazards, from irritating to life threatening. Weather Winter is considered the deadliest time of year, especially for areas with snow. Most cities have winter shelters that open from November-March, […]
John Holmes has made it his mission to fight the negative stereotype of homelessness. Retired from the U.S. Navy, Holmes is smart, articulate and energetic. He has taken a leadership role in the grassroots movement […]
FLORENCE—They stood, holding hands, looking into each other’s faces and smiling. She put her hand on his cheek and stood on tiptoe to give him two quick pecks.
Couples who have been married for many years, and even those new to the sacrament, agree that happily ever after is more than just a fairy tale.
COLUMBIA—Everyone deserves to hear the Gospel message, no matter where they are from or what language they speak.
WALTERBORO—There is a time for everything, and when Father Jeffrey A. Kendall heard about SCE&G’s controversial landfill proposal, he decided it was time to speak out. “I’ve never considered myself an activist, but here I […]
Diocesan schools celebrated Catholic Schools Week recently with an eclectic mix of events, from the serious to the silly. A number of those schools shared their photos and essays with The Miscellany.
A+ For America By Phillip Williams | St. Joseph’s Catholic School | Greenville Catholic Schools Week is a really good thing at school. We do activities through the whole week. While this week is for […]