COLUMBIA—Alyssa Gorrin, a senior at Cardinal Newman School, received a merit award and cash prize for her entry in the Lander University High School Art Exhibit. Alyssa created a ceramic sculpture depicting three pears in progressive states of decay. Her theme reflected the fleeting nature of life. You can see her art and that of four other Cardinal Newman art students at Lander University through Jan. 12.
VATICAN CITY—Environmental destruction is a sign of a “morally decaying scenario” in which too many people ignore or deny that, from the beginning, “God intended humanity to cooperate in the preservation and protection of the […]
COLUMBIA, S.C.—The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina is pleased to announce the 2018 Collaboration for Ministry Initiative (CMI) grants totaling $95,000 to five organizations. This initiative was established in 2003 with the intention to […]
GREENVILLE—South Carolina Conference of Catholic Women affiliates throughout the state donated money to the St. Clare’s Home, which was the 2015 SCCCW Convention Project. They presented a check for $11,680 to Father Gary Linsky and […]