- Nov 28, 2020
The four Daughters of St. Paul who live and work on Charleston’s King Street closed up their books and media store like normal May 30. Around 10 p.m., however, the sound of shouting alerted them that it was not going to be a normal night.
Three new communities of women religious are bringing their missions of evangelization through helping others to the Diocese of Charleston.
In 1826, Bishop John England, the founding Bishop of the new Diocese of Charleston. was asked if he could explain what Catholicism was and what the American republic could rightly expect from its Catholic citizens.
Hurricane Dorian left the coast of South Carolina and the Diocese of Charleston with far less damage than many originally feared it would.
A South Carolina sheriff said Thursday that the state needs a hate crime law after his deputies couldn’t initially charge a 16-year-old Catholic school student who made videos using racial slurs and shooting a box that he said represented black people.
A 16-year-old student has been arrested and expelled from a private Catholic school in South Carolina after posting racist videos that showed him shooting a box he said represents black people.