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As a recent graduate of St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville, I was excited yet nervous about going to El Salvador. My school’s mission team recently spent a week in the third-world country and we […]
ANDERSON—How does your garden grow? Five students from St. Joseph School in Anderson know the answer to that question and many more when it comes to creating beautiful gardens.
RCIA. The four letters stand for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, and most cradle Catholics are familiar with them from listings in weekly bulletins. RCIA, however, is one of the most important elements […]
COLUMBIA—Catholic young adults from the Midlands are taking a series of spiritual road trips this summer. The Columbia Area Young Adult Catholics, known as the Columbia YACS for short, are traveling around the Carolinas and […]
CHARLESTON—With a steady hand and a firm grip on the scalpel, Emily Corbett made a small incision in the liver, then quickly cauterized the bleeder. Her instructor nodded approvingly. “That’s it,” said Nalani Kalawe, “See […]
PAWLEYS ISLAND—Quilting is more than just a hobby for one group of local grannies. The Beachlovin’ Grannies of the Carolinas — a quilting group based out of Precious Blood of Christ Church — sends the […]
GEORGETOWN—Walter F. Johnson III, known as Wally to his friends and family, said his life is a testament to God’s goodness and the power of prayer.