FLORENCE—The Women of St. Anthony raised $8,520 from the Baby Bottle Campaign for Respect Life Month by asking everyone to fill baby bottles with spare change. They raised $1,000 more than last year, according to Cecilia Meggs, executive director of Lighthouse Ministries. Everyone helped, including the children that attend CCD and St. Anthony School. All proceeds went to the Working Mothers Education and Support Program, a six-month, comprehensive child abuse prevention program for low-income working mothers. The program includes parenting classes, budgeting sessions and baby products.
COLUMBIA—Hundreds of people took to the streets of downtown Columbia on Jan. 9 for the annual Stand Up for Life march and rally. The weather was cloudy and chilly, but a welcome relief from freezing […]
CHARLESTON—Language barriers may soon be less of a problem for Spanish-speaking people seeking annulments in the Diocese of Charleston. Forty people recently began taking classes held in Spanish so they can learn to be case […]
COLUMBIA—“On Fire with Faith, Rekindled” will be held in conjunction with the Hispanic Ministry Conference on Aug. 13 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. The conference is “rekindled” because […]