CHARLESTON—Meet the new director of Research and Planning for the Diocese of Charleston — Lydia Doyle. The Atlanta native fills a position that has been vacant for almost three years, since Lisa Rawlins Durst resigned […]
One tactic that modern secular, progressive, anti-Catholic, agnostic, atheistic, outright angry celebrities employ is to ridicule away the names of Christian festivals by appealing to their supposed ancient pagan origins. They tell us, for instance, […]
MOUNT PLEASANT–The Beach House, a new building at Christ Our King Church in Mount Pleasant, is a place where youth and seniors can come together to share fun, knowledge and fellowship. The $2.2 million house […]
KINGSTREE—Florence Kaster died April 3, 2013, at McLeod Hospice House in Florence. She was 91. The funeral Mass was held April 6 at St. Ann Church with burial in St. Stanislaus Cemetery. Kaster was born […]
CHARLESTON–Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone is joining other bishops and religious leaders to urge lawmakers and Catholic voters to support an expansion of Medicaid that will help more of the nation’s poorest receive health care. In […]
CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston’s Office of Archives is looking for a painting and needs your help. For over a year, Archivist Brian Fahey has been searching for a missing painting of the interior of St. […]
JAMES ISLAND–Mike O’Neale caught this rainbow behind the Church of the Nativity before the 9 a.m. Mass on Easter Sunday, March 30.