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.
MOUNT PLEASANT—Msgr. James A. Carter sits in his office at Christ Our King Church, surrounded by mementos of five decades in the priesthood. There are photos of him as a clean-shaven young man celebrating his […]
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Ursuline Sister Louise Marie Willenbrink died at Baptist Health hospital on June 21. She was 82. A vigil service was held at the Ursuline Motherhouse on June 26. The Mass of Christian Burial was […]
WASHINGTON—Rose Lavelle skyrocketed from a star player, loping across the soccer fields at her Catholic girls high school in Cincinnati, to a superstar, scoring three goals for the U.S. women’s team at the World Cup […]