CHARLESTON—Bishop England High School announced plans for its upcoming Msgr. John L. Manning Tennis Center, a five-court lighted facility that will be built next to the baseball field on campus. The new courts will be home to the 19-time Girls State Champions and 10-time Boys State Champions, and will provide a place to teach tennis through PE. Cost of the project is estimated at $400,000 and school officials hope to have it completed for the 2016-17 school year. For more information, contact Paul Runey, athletic director, firstname.lastname@example.org.
WASHINGTON—National Migration Week 2019 kicked off on Jan. 6 and will run to Jan. 12. For nearly a half century, the Catholic Church in the United States has celebrated National Migration Week, which provides an […]
GREENVILLE—The word to live by for a rising group of young adults is authenticity. As in, live your life and faith authentically each day despite the moral disarray of the world. It is a challenge, […]
VATICAN CITY—Jesus’ way of praying to his father throughout his life is a reminder for Christians that prayer is more than asking God for something but is a way of establishing an intimate relationship with […]