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2005

Boy Scouts find fun and faith at first Catholic Camporee in South Carolina

CHERAW — Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from across the state assembled at Camp Coker for a weekend of outdoor activities and instruction Oct. 13-15. They fired rifles, shot arrows, paddled canoes, learned to tie knots, practiced realistic first-aid and slept in tents. The only difference from a normal camporee was that it was sponsored […]


St. Patrick, Our Lady of Mercy bid farewell to Father Kulandai

CHARLESTON — St. Patrick became the site of bittersweet farewells Oct. 2 as parishioners and friends of Father Peter Kulandai met to say goodbye. For four years Father Kulandai has ministered to both St. Patrick and Our Lady of Mercy parishioners and has served as chaplain for the Knights of Columbus Council 8900. Father James […]


Immaculate Conception breaks ground for new All-Ministries Center

BY BROOKSI HUDSON GOOSE CREEK — Immaculate Conception Church broke ground Oct. 2 for its All-Ministries Center. The facility will provide classrooms for adult education, children’s classes, and RCIA. Bishop David B. Thompson, retired bishop of the Diocese of Charleston, Michael Heitzler, mayor of Goose Creek, and contractors and architects attended the special ceremony for […]


Youth and young adults’ perspective on chastity

Editor’s note: With the release of Bishop Robert J. Baker’s pastoral letter, “The Redemption of Our Bodies,” seminarian Jeffrey Kirby interviewed Catholic college students around the state to get their perspective on chastity.   BY JEFFREY KIRBYSPECIAL TO THE MISCELLANY  How are youth and young adults to find the means and reasons for perseverance in […]


Pawleys Island church sends help to hurricane-ravaged parish

BY SHERBY MCGRATH PAWLEYS ISLAND — A simple request for a prayer from a parish devastated by Hurricane Katrina brought thousands of dollars and three truckloads of donations to St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Long Beach, Miss. Several days after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the coastal areas of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, Les Cox, […]


Cornerstone laid for new church

MANNING — Members of Manning’s first Catholic community celebrated the laying of the cornerstone for their new church on Raccoon Road Sept. 25. The stone is the cul-mination of almost five years of dreaming, planning, and prayerful generosity of the faithful to their new St. Mary, Our Lady of Hope Church. The event was held […]


Catholic Charities in Pee Dee hosts hurricane reunion party

BY SHEILA OJENDYK NORTH MYRTLE BEACH — Catholic Charities recently held a “Home Away from Home” reunion party at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church for people who had to evacuate to the area because of hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Daryl Kangarloo, Catholic Charities’ Pee Dee region client advocate, said the staff had noticed […]


St. Andrew School receives national award

BY TIM BULLARD MYRTLE BEACH — St. Andrew School had a pleasant surprise Sept. 23 when it was named a 2005 Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. Principal Molly Halasz could not be more proud of her staff and students. “We were notified last Friday morning,” Halasz told The Catholic Miscellany in […]


Sister Besendorf dies at 87

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Sister Rosamond Besendorf, OSU, a former teacher at Ursuline High School in Columbia, S.C., died Oct. 6 at the Marian Home. The funeral Mass was celebrated Oct. 11 at the Ursuline Motherhouse Chapel. Burial was at St. Michael’s Cemetery. Sister Besendorf was born in Louisville on Nov. 14, 1917, and was received […]


Thornhill Farm a haven for developmentally disabled

CHARLESTON — Healing Farm Ministries is a Christ-centered, not-for-profit corporation serving individuals and families affected by developmental disabilities. According to a press release from the organization, its mission is to establish faith communities in which people with developmental disabilities and the people who care for them can grow together as part of the Body of […]


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Interim Progress Reports
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1:30 pm Stations of the Cross
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2:30 pm Pep Rally
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7:00 pm Beaufort: Curso 1: CIC/Biblia Tema #4
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Feb 23 E-Team Weekend
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Diocesan Basketball Tournament in M.B.
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Diocesan Basketball Tournament in Myrtle Beach
From the Calendar of St. Mary School Greenville
Progress Reports
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Diocesan Basketball Tournament
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Noon Dismissal- PD
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DOCY BB Tourny
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