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Scouts earn top medals
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Scouts earn top medals MOUNT PLEASANT—Rey Robinson, a seventh-grader at Christ Our King-Stella Maris, earned the Ad Altare Dei (to the altar of God) Boy Scout award. Also, Girl Scouts in Troop 482, comprised of seventh-grade girls from the school, earned Mary, the First Disciple religious emblems. They were all honored by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone at […]

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Cardinals win state title COLUMBIA—The Cardinal Newman boys’ basketball team won the 2013 South Carolina Independent Schools Association AAA Championship, beating Hammond 61-45 in the finals of the tournament held in Sumter. Spreading faith to Fiji SUMMERVILLE—Summerville Catholic raised $264 for the Propagation of the Faith. Inspired by a sermon from Msgr. Ed Lofton about […]

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  A lotta love at St. Joe’s GREENVILLE—The Love of Giving Club at St. Joseph’s Catholic School, which provides books, blankets and stuffed animals to children in the hospital, received over 680 books and 250 stuffed animals from Kohls department store. Club members added ribbons and bookmarks and took them to the Shriners Hospitals for […]

Catholic Schools Week – in pictures

Diocesan schools celebrated Catholic Schools Week Jan. 27 through Feb. 2 with Masses and rosaries to honor their faith, open houses to promote the schools, and a multitude of activities for students, families, parishioners and the community at large – just to have fun. Here are some photos submitted by schools across the state as […]

Presidential candidates on the abortion issue

President Barack Obama:President Barack Obama has consistently made statements that he is pro-choice and supports a woman’s right to have an abortion. He also supports programs to help pregnant women and their children. An example, from his statement marking the anniversary of Roe v. Wade on Jan. 23, 2011: “I am committed to protecting this […]

Diocese of Charleston nondiscriminatory school policy notice

The schools in the Diocese of Charleston admit qualified students of any race, color, national origin, sex, or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the schools. The schools in the Diocese of Charleston do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national […]

St. Joe earns first baseball title

GREENVILLE—The varsity baseball team at St. Joseph’s Catholic School won their first state title in May by beating Lamar High School in the championship. The Knights finished an exciting year with a 25-1 record and the Region 2 1A state title.

CN girls win soccer championship

COLUMBIA—The Cardinal Newman girls’ soccer team won their second consecutive state championship by beating Porter Gaud of Charleston 2-0. Team members are: Molly Rainwater, Maigan Nieri, Ashley Brown, Katherine Nahigian, Sarah Jackman, Tanner Cline, Meghan Gasser, Kelsey Leonard, Sophie Cobb, Pascale Rocca, Mary Katherine Hall, Lillie Powers, Ali Black, Lauren Deyling, Marie Jaramillo, Elizabeth Hayden, […]

Four high schools launch students into their next phase of life

“Without education we are in a horrible and deadly danger of taking educated people seriously.” — G.K. Chesterton This humorous quote from the famous Catholic writer is a lesson that graduating seniors seem to understand instinctively. As they prepare to take their hard-earned diplomas into the next phase of life, these young men and women […]

Bishop England’s hair-raising event helps Locks of Love

CHARLESTON—Sometimes peer pressure can be a good thing, and that’s how it was at Bishop England High School during the Locks of Love campaign. As students poured into the courtyard for the official hair-cutting ceremony, nervous excitement bounced among the teens as they shouted back and forth to each other. “Are you doing it?” they […]

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