GEORGETOWN/PAWLEYS ISLAND—Knights of Columbus Assembly 3272 raised $4,827.80 from its nine-hole captain’s choice golf tournament held at the Heritage Club. The funds will go toward the construction of a memorial honoring the men and women of Georgetown County who gave their lives in our nation’s military conflicts, starting with the Revolutionary War. The assembly presented a check of expectation on July 11 to Rodney Ward, commander of American Legion Post 114; Ron Gilbert, president of Georgetown County Veterans Memorial, Inc.; Martin Alfonsi, a member of the GCVM board of directors; and Sonny Gamble, commander of VFW Post 6444.
Sisters of Charity Foundation honors Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone with Leadership in Diversity Award
COLUMBIA—The Sisters of Charity Foundation presented its 2016 Leadership in Diversity Award to Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone. The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina believes diverse voices should be present, active, listened to and […]
CHARLESTON—Harriet Bedard can remember when attending Mass at St. Joseph parish meant crowding into a small building off Belgrade Avenue that previously was a garage. “You almost had to look up at the crucifix hanging […]
ADRIAN, MICH.—Sister Patricia Cecile Slattery, formerly known as Patricia Jean Slattery, died on April 17 at the Dominican Life Center. She was 87 and in her 69th year in the Adrian Dominican Congregation. The Mass […]