CHARLESTON—Callia Cox was elected junior supreme lady of the Junior Daughters Division of the Knights of Peter Claver during the biennial Junior National Convention held July 9-12 in Orlando, Fla. Her sister, Leigha, was also elected to the national board as mistress-at-arms. They are the daughters of Marcus and Rebecca Cox, who attend St. Patrick Church. The Junior Daughters is open to Catholic youth ages 7 to 18 who have received their first Holy Communion. Their goal is to build good character, develop leadership skills, and enhance their spiritual and social well-being. The conference draws from North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.
VATICAN CITY — The two new Palestinian saints were instrumental in the promotion of women in the Arab world and in efforts for interreligious dialogue towards peace, said Jordanian Father Rifat Bader. Pope Francis was […]
COLUMBIA—Cardinal Newman School inducted six new alumni into their Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Oct. 26. The honorees include Sister Maria Lovett for dedication to the Church; Mark Greenwood for achievements in the […]
When Father Jeffrey Kirby was first appointed as vicar of vocations, the whole field was on the brink of a huge national shift in how it approached discernment. Before, vocations departments were there in the […]