As the Boy Scouts of America celebrate the centennial of their founding, The Miscellany presents a photo essay of Catholic Scouts in South Carolina.
BATESBURG-LEESVILLE — Catholic high school students met recently at Kinard Conference Center to fine tune their leadership skills at the Diocese of Charleston High School Christian Leadership Institute (CLI) offered each summer. This year’s group […]
DOUGLASTON, N.Y. — The S.C. Columbiettes auxiliaries were recognized recently as a state council by the organization’s supreme council. The Columbiettes were founded in New York in 1939 to work in tandem with the Knights […]
GREENVILLE — Furman University students are stepping outside their comfort zones this summer, with the help of St. Anthony of Padua Church. Instead of spending their summer break at the beach or poolside working on […]
Editor’s Note: This is part two of a three-part series on black Catholics in the Diocese of Charleston. CHARLESTON – At the end of the Civil War, Archbishop Martin Spalding of Baltimore, Md., called a […]
BEAUFORT — Sister Sheila Byrne of the Franciscan Center on St. Helena Island celebrated the 50th anniversary of her profession as a Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia on April 21 surrounded by family, colleagues […]
BY BROOKSI HUDSON GOOSE CREEK — Youth and adults gathered for a rousing talk by Dr. Paul Schenck, executive director of the National Pro-Life Action Center, at Immaculate Conception Church Nov. 6. Schenck, a former […]
BY BROOKSI HUDSON CHARLESTON — Msgr. James Turro, a professor of Scripture and regular contributor to Magnificat magazine, led the Advent mission at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist Nov. 28-30. The mission’s theme […]