- Nov 27, 2020
Meeting in person for oral arguments for the first time since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, the South Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments Friday over whether Gov. Henry McMaster has the power to direct $32 million in federal pandemic relief funds to private schools.
For those who know the scrapes and scars of ministry, a diocesan anniversary is an occasion to give public thanks to God and to reinvigorate energies and efforts toward a deeper commitment.
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.
This past week the Catholic Church in South Carolina suffered the loss of one of its younger priests, Father Marcin Zahuta, 42, who sacrificed the opportunity of playing professional soccer in Poland to enter the seminary and come to the United States as a missionary.
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.