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.
CHARLESTON—Neighborhood House was chosen to participate in a pilot program that will enable them to keep track of all their clients and the services they use. Nikki Grimball, director of the peninsula outreach, said the […]
December 1, 2017 Terry Cregar | The Catholic Miscellany 2017, Current News, Featured News, Featured South Carolina, News, News Archives, South Carolina
GREER—More than 300 adults and children filled Our Lady of La Vang Church Nov. 19 to offer praise and prayer for the 117 Catholic Vietnamese martyrs who faced persecution and death some 200 years ago. […]
June 28, 2018 Christina Lee Knauss | The Catholic Miscellany Columbia Deanery, Current News, Deaneries, Featured News, Featured South Carolina, News, News Archives, South Carolina, St. Peter - Columbia
COLUMBIA—A distinguished new title was bestowed upon St. Peter Church on June 24, when it was announced that the historic house of worship on Assembly Street will now be known as the Basilica of St. […]