Catholic news in 2011 was dominated by the introduction of the English translation of the Roman Missal, which went into effect the first Sunday of Advent.
SALUDA—A rustic Boy Scout camp complete with tents, campfire rings and a climbing wall might not seem like a place where youth would think about becoming a priest or religious sister. But vocations were definitely […]
The call for vocations in South Carolina is now going out in both English and Spanish. “Bishop [Robert E.] Guglielmone wants an active presence among the Hispanic community in promoting vocations to the priesthood and […]
CHARLESTON—The year was 1911. It was when the cancer virus was discovered, and the Mona Lisa was stolen. William Taft was president, and Catholic apologist G.K. Chesterton penned the bestseller “The Innocence of Father Brown.” […]
Learning never stops for a seminarian. Men studying to be priests in the Diocese of Charleston spend their days exploring everything from literature and church history to Scripture, philosophy, theology and languages, all part of […]
National Vocation Awareness Week is celebrated Jan. 9-14. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops encourages people to renew their prayers and support for those who are considering a vocation to the priesthood, diaconate and […]
Seminarians for the Diocese of Charleston said parental support is crucial to their calling. Some don’t think they would have made it through seminary at all, while others said it would have been much more […]