CONWAY—Knights of Columbus Council 7531 invited St. Nicholas to speak before all weekend Masses on Dec. 2-3 to explain to Mass goers his connection to the origin of Santa Claus. The Knights then offered a “Breakfast with St. Nicholas & Santa” in the St. James Church parish hall on Dec. 3, where pictures could be taken with the two. The event drew 170 attendees and the Knights plan to host it again next year.
On her feast day, celebrations for Our Lady of Guadalupe took place in parishes around the state. At St. James the Younger in Conway, hundreds of Hispanic Catholics gathered to honor the Patroness of the […]
On Dec. 6, the faithful commemorate a bishop in the early church who was known for generosity and love of children. Born in Lycia in Asia Minor around the late third or fourth century, St. Nicholas […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Catholics for Freedom of Religion marched in the Myrtle Beach 2015 Military Appreciation Days parade on May 16. Members of the group carried signs of support and appreciation from the parishes of St. Andrew, […]