RIDGELAND—Leslie Nunez, a John Paul II School student ambassador, digs with Matt Dakolios, athletic director; Nicolle Thaller, school board president; and Konnor Rustad, another ambassador, during a groundbreaking ceremony held Aug. 20 for their new athletic center. The new facility will be 21,500 square feet and house a regulation-size gymnasium, athletic offices, lobby and concession stand. Choate Construction of Savannah, Ga., is the general contractor and the architect is LS3P from Charleston. The building is scheduled for completion in May 2016.
WASHINGTON—Several Catholic organizations have established emergency relief operations for the thousands of people affected by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean and southeastern United States and for those still recovering from Hurricane Harvey in Texas and […]
BLYTHEWOOD—An era of growth has begun at Transfiguration Church. In January, the parish kicked off a capital campaign to raise funds for a new worship space. Currently, Mass is held in one wing of the […]
NEW YORK—Paulist Father Gerard “Gerry” James Aylward, who served at Upstate parishes in the Diocese of Charleston, S.C., for 18 years, died Oct. 7. He was 94. Funeral arrangements were pending as of press time. […]