LAKE WYLIE—The Knights of Council 14475 was recognized as a 3-Star Award Council for 2014-2015 by State Deputy Frank Davis on Nov. 10 at All Saints Church. Councils must complete at least four programs in community service, church support, family life, youth activities, pro-life advocacy, or fraternal projects, plus grow its membership by at least seven percent.
MYRTLE BEACH—Carol Jean Walters is on a mission to rally people around the importance of fighting for religious freedom. The former New Yorker has started local chapters of Catholics for Freedom of Religion. She first […]
COLUMBIA—Catholic nurses can now connect with each other, share their faith and work together to help the community thanks to a new organization in the Diocese of Charleston. Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone granted permission for […]
CHARLESTON—The diocesan program of pastoral formation is advancing into its second phase of development for the laity. Created by Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone and headed up by Franciscan Sister Kathy Adamski, pastoral formation was developed […]