MCCORMICK—Good Shepherd Church celebrated a belated 50th anniversary on April 26 with a picnic, but parishioners have been celebrating their beliefs in the small rural community since the late 1800s. According to a church history, […]
Patricia Bronikowski, an eighth-grader from Aiken, has been very busy for the past two years. In addition to her usual responsibilities of school, family and fun, she spent a lot of time researching saints, learning […]
GREENWOOD—When Veterans Day rolls around on Nov. 11, Alex Harris will observe the day from a perspective that is becoming increasingly rare. Harris, 91, is a World War II veteran who served on a destroyer […]
Each year on Nov. 11, we celebrate our country’s veterans. Over 400,000 service men and women live in South Carolina and represent all branches of the service.
AIKEN—About 75 people from St. Gerard parish gathered to pray outdoors on Oct. 11 as part of the American Needs Fatima public square rosary. “We were very happy with our attendance and felt Our Lady […]
AIKEN—St. Clare of Assisi Secular Franciscan Fraternity hosted its 10th annual Clergy Appreciation Dinner Oct. 6 at St. Mary Help of Christians Church. Two hundred people celebrated Fathers Gregory Wilson, Art Dalu-pang, Hugo Ruiz, Jeffrey […]
TAYLORS—Prince of Peace School was recently named a 2014 Blue Ribbon School of excellence by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. It is one of six schools in South Carolina, and one of 50 private […]
The annual Diocese of Charleston Youth Volleyball Tournament, held at Summerville Catholic School in Summerville, SC on Oct. 17-18.