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Knights hope ultrasound effort will change hearts

A massive fundraising effort by the S.C. Knights of Columbus is successfully providing ultrasound machines for crisis pregnancy centers. Leaders in the pro-life movement say up to 90 percent of women facing crisis pregnancies choose to have their baby after viewing an ultrasound image.

Rabideau puts the icing on the Catholic cake

Lacy Rabideau’s blog, Catholic Icing, provides creative ways to observe Lent, Easter or any Catholic holy day or feast day. The Spartanburg native and mother of three started it as a way to share ideas on teaching the faith to kids through crafts and activities.

Mini-mester is learning outside of the classroom

Editor’s Note: Grace Hanna, a junior at St. Joseph’s Catholic School, wrote on the school’s mini-mester program for The Miscellany. GREENVILLE—This year, as we approached the spring semester, excitement grew for mini-mester, which was offered for the first time in 2010.

OLR School celebrates Gullah culture

GREENVILLE—Mrs. Clark’s fifth grade class at Our Lady of the Rosary School celebrated the Gullah culture recently. One of the projects featured Gullah artist, Jonathan Green.

McKay one of the finest principals in the US

CHARLESTON—Fred McKay, from Charleston Catholic School, was chosen as one of the finest principals in the nation and will appear in “Today’s Catholic Teacher” magazine in April.

New Catholic Bible hits bookstores

A newly translated Bible hit bookstore shelves on Ash Wednesday across the U.S., thanks in part to St. Benedict Press/Tan Books in Charlotte. The longtime publisher of Bibles and Catholic classics has shipped out more than 10,000 copies of the New American Bible Revised Edition, or NABRE, this week alone and that’s just from pre-orders […]

Nativity students jump in memory of their dad

JAMES ISLAND—Nativity leapt its way to a new school record recently and raised over $5,100 during a jump-a-thon for the American Heart Association. Darice Norton, the school’s physical education teacher who helped organize the event, said they couldn’t have done it without the Driscoll family.

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