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.
SIMPSONVILLE—Deacon Henry Dillard, the fourth African American deacon ordained in the Diocese of Charleston, died on March 8. He was 86. The Mass of Christian Burial was held March 14 at St. Anthony of Padua […]
CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston has received a near flawless financial report from its annual audit. The audit, conducted by Cherry Bekaert CPAs & Advisors, looks at the financial accountability of the Chancery, Catholic Charities, and […]
WINNSBORO—High school students took a journey along the Road to Emmaus at the 28th annual High School Youth Conference held recently at White Oak Conference Center. Nearly 750 teens from 35 parishes enjoyed a weekend of […]