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—Addressing the needs and challenges of the poor and of refugees is a commitment not only for Christians but for all men and women, Pope Francis told university students. Protecting the rights and dignity […]
ASTON, Pa.—Franciscan Sister Ursula Tisdall died in Assisi House on Dec. 13. She was 85. The Mass of Christian Burial was held at Assisi House on Dec. 18. Burial was in Our Lady of Angels Cemetery. A […]
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH—Holy Trinity School is currently celebrating its 10th anniversary and facing great changes at the same time. Principal Karen Luzzo said the school, which was formerly located in Longs, will now find its […]