Ownership: on one level it denotes a legal status and often includes documentation and rights associated with something owned, such as a car or home. On another level it’s the expression of something or someone […]
COLUMBIA—Caroline Weisberg has been appointed the director of social ministry for the Diocese of Charleston. She will coordinate efforts with Catholic Charities offices around the state to increase outreach to the poor, elderly, imprisoned and […]
The new English translation of the Roman Missal is set to be unveiled on the first Sunday of Advent. Still, some priests and lay people are having a hard time accepting the changes.
Heaven. Hell. Purgatory. The end of the world. Those are four of the weightiest topics any Catholic can contemplate because they go straight to the heart of what we believe about death, dying and the […]
CHARLESTON—Diocesan priests renewed their commitment to serve the people of God in South Carolina at the annual chrism Mass at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.
The Diocese of Charleston is changing where it sends seminarians. Starting this fall, college seminarians and pre-theologians will enter Holy Trinity Seminary in Dallas and theology students will matriculate at St. Mary’s Seminary in Houston.
Sister Roberta Fulton, SSMN, had what she called a once-in-a-lifetime experience when she had breakfast at the White House.
Becoming an extraordinary minister of holy Communion is one of the most important ways men and women can serve the church.