- Father Michael Gaitley to give two talks on 'Time for Mercy' at St. Mark Sept. 2
- Father Joseph Kelleher passes away
- Refugee assistance program looks for employers
- St. Mark parishioners work alongside MOP brothers in Jamaica
- Former Tryon deacon dies aged 74
- Opportunity Scholarship loss impact uncertain on diocesan schools
- New Diocese of Charlotte shield steeped in tradition
Fred Gallagher: A restless Catholic in a Southern Church
Have any of you of European heritage ever stumbled into a Spanish Mass or another gathering of mainly Hispanic Catholics in our diocese? You most likely would have observed a somewhat different demeanor than what you might be used to seeing. Once...Read More...
Rico De Silva: No Christian dies alone
St. Maximilian Kolbe was a Franciscan priest and martyr of the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II whose feast day is celebrated on Aug. 14. I have a close friendship with St. Maximilian Kolbe, as my confirmation saint and the saint...Read More...
Sister Constance Carolyn Veit: Back to basics with a saint
The feast day of St. Jeanne Jugan, foundress of the Little Sisters of the Poor, is celebrated annually on Aug. 30. This year we prepare for St. Jeanne's feast against the backdrop of troubling world events – acts of terror in numerous locations...Read More...
Arts & Entertainment
France trip, Nouwen book inspire potter to create One Hundred Chalices exhibition
'Can You Drink the Cup?' OAK RIDGE — Eighteen years ago, artist Peter Strafaci took a trip to the Provence region of France to visit his daughter Christina, who was volunteering in a L'Arche community in Gordes. He had no idea at the time...Read More...
SJN parishioner uses personal experiences, photography to publish book of prayers
CHARLOTTE — A new series of visually appealing e-books written by a St. John Neumann parishioner aims at guiding and enhancing your prayer life. Louis Smith Jr. just published a series of e-books in June called, "Walking Toward God: Prayers...Read More...
Film 'Mary of Nazareth' now available for parish, school screenings
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Viewing the movie "Mary of Nazareth" at a parish or school screening will enable Catholics to have a greater and a more profound understanding of the mother of God, said Anthony Ryan, director of sales and marketing for...Read More...