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.
COLUMBIA—Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone congratulates Sandra Leatherwood, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, on her 40 years of service in the Diocese of Charleston during a ceremony held March 7 at the Teachers Educational Conference at Cardinal […]
CHARLESTON—The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be in South Carolina parishes from April 30 to May 21. Check with your church or school for times. The dates are as follows: […]
CHARLESTON—Charleston Catholic School students collected hygiene products for Jenkins Orphanage and One80 Place as part of their Lenten outreach. The children and their families donated more than 400 items to those in need.