For theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven
John Holmes has made it his mission to fight the negative stereotype of homelessness. Retired from the U.S. Navy, Holmes is smart, articulate and energetic. He has taken a leadership role in the grassroots movement Homeless Helping Homeless in Columbia.
Marriage: Let your love show
FLORENCE—They stood, holding hands, looking into each other’s faces and smiling. She put her hand on his cheek and stood on tiptoe to give him two quick pecks.
Dominican Sister Joan Looney dies at 72
SPARKILL, NY—Sister Joan Looney, a member of the Dominican Congregation of Our Lady of the Rosary, died on Feb. 2 in Siena Hall. The Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel, in the convent. Burial was in St. Agnes Cemetery.
Priest protests coal ash landfill
WALTERBORO—There is a time for everything, and when Father Jeffrey A. Kendall heard about SCE&G’s controversial landfill proposal, he decided it was time to speak out. “I’ve never considered myself an activist, but here I am in the middle of it,” he said.
Catholic Schools Week photos, essays
Diocesan schools celebrated Catholic Schools Week recently with an eclectic mix of events, from the serious to the silly. A number of those schools shared their photos and essays with The Miscellany.
CSW: St. Joseph’s Catholic School
A+ For America By Phillip Williams | St. Joseph’s Catholic School | Greenville Catholic Schools Week is a really good thing at school. We do activities through the whole week. While this week is for having fun, you also need to take some time to pray. I am going to discuss three topics: respecting, loving, […]
CSW: St. John School
Catholic Schools Week: A+ for America By Marc Durney | St. John School | North Charleston What is special about Catholic education? Well, if you ask me, receiving a Catholic education is a privilege and a blessing.
CSW: St. Anne School
A Visit from our Shepherd By St. Anne School | Rock Hill Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone visited St. Anne School on Jan. 24, 2011. He began his visit by leading our weekly school Mass. The Knights of Columbus Color Corps greeted Bishop Guglielmone and the school’s eighth-grade class led the liturgy.