MOUNT PLEASANT—St. Benedict parish celebrated a momentous occasion with a Liturgy of Dedication on March 18. The air was charged with happy anticipation as Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone stood outside the church doors with Msgr. […]
JAMES ISLAND—A fourth-grade teacher at Nativity School resigned her position after it was reported that she had sprayed a chewing deterrent on a boy’s fingers. The solution in question is called Bitter Yuck! and is […]
CHARLESTON— It’s official. The renovations and steeple addition to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist was recognized as one of the most significant construction projects of 2010 by the Associated General Contractors of America.
CHARLESTON—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone will offer Mass on April 2 to commemorate National Child Abuse Prevention Month. “We’re going to pray for all victims of child abuse and recognize that it is a national problem […]
COLUMBIA— Catholics and other Christian denominations are calling for Gov. Nikki Haley and S.C. legislators to pass a moral budget that addresses the needs of the poor and vulnerable despite tough economic times.
GREENVILLE—An Upstate priest has written a funny and engaging book for Catholics, which is designed to be read during Lent. Father Dwight Longenecker’s “The Gargoyle Code” is a short story told by way of correspondence […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Dedication to loving and serving others is one of the most important ways to honor God.
Everybody has a calling, the trick is tuning into God’s frequency and figuring out what He wants you to do.
Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone recognizes the constant need for good works, and has called on the Knights of Columbus to increase their ranks to further the services they offer.
Daughter of St. Paul Sister Cecilia Livingston dies at 57 CHARLESTON—Sister Cecilia Regina Livingston of the Daughters of St. Paul died March 11. She was 57. The Mass of Christian Burial was held March 14 […]