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 military; Glenda Suber, Ph.D., for journalism and public affairs; Brig. Gen. Jim Chow for achievements in medicine and the military; Alex Pigeon for achievements in technology; Thomas Scott for international law; and Sister Vera Gardner and Bob Leichtle for exemplary service to the school.
COLUMBIA—Obianuju Ekeocha has spoken before the United Nations and at rallies and events in 15 countries around the world. On April 15, she brought her pro-life message to South Carolina. The nationally-renowned pro-life speaker, a […]
Franciscan Sister Elena Goulding, former teacher at St. Paul the Apostle School in Spartanburg, dies at 81
ASTON, PENNSYLVANIA—Sister Elena Goulding, OSF, died in Assisi House on April 7. She was a professed member of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia for 63 years. She was 81. The Mass of Christian […]
COLUMBIA—An Arctic blast that hit much of South Carolina was not enough to freeze out several hundred pro-life supporters who bundled up and hit the streets on Jan. 6. Temperatures were in the 20s when […]