“Do little things for little people with little or no recognition or reward.” Those were the words of Msgr. Ronald Cellini, founding father of the John Paul II School in Ridgeland, as he addressed the […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Hurricane Irma whirled on an uncertain path in the Atlantic, but no storm could distract those who came together for the blessing of the newest Catholic high school on Sept. 7. More than 200 […]
Schools under the umbrella of the Diocese of Charleston’s Catholic Schools Office recently underwent an external review to determine if diocesan-wide accreditation would be renewed — and they passed with flying colors. The diocese first […]
The Diocese of Charleston just completed the first full year of its strategic initiative plan, a five-year plan designed to revitalize and strengthen Catholic schools in the state. Sandra Leatherwood, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, said […]
CHARLESTON — On Jan. 17, Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone announced new appointments for 12 priests in the Diocese of Charleston. The following assignments are effective Feb. 27: Father James Dubrouillet has been changed from administrator […]
MYRTLE BEACH—As Catholic Schools Week approaches, students at the Diocese of Charleston’s newest high school are finally home. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic High School’s students, faculty and staff officially moved into the new building […]
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Charleston admit qualified students of any race, color, national origin, sex, or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students […]
BLUFFTON—Knights of Columbus Council 12263 donated $15,000 to John Paul II School recently. The proceeds were raised at the annual golf outing held at the Bear Creek Golf Club in June.