ROCK HILL—For Mary Vu, the annual Vietnamese Martyrs’ Celebration is an important chance to honor ancestors who gave their lives for the Catholic faith.
CHARLESTON—It’s official: Charleston Catholic School has raised enough money to move forward with their new school building.Fred McKay, principal, said they hope to hold a groundbreaking ceremony in May 2012 and begin construction in June, […]
CHARLESTON—The bishop’s annual food drive could not have come at a better time for some pantries, whose shelves were completely empty. A total of 24 youth groups participated in the stewardship effort and collected an […]
By Jennifer Neal CHARLESTON—On Dec. 11, 1861, a small fire blazed out of control on Hasell Street, engulfing a large portion of the peninsula. A powerful wind contributed to the burning of many homes, businesses, […]
KINGSTREE—A new era for the Felician sisters’ in Kingstree started with the Nov. 29 groundbreaking of a large Felician Center on Thorne Street.
The 24th annual collection for the Retirement Fund for Religious will be taken up Dec. 10-11 in the Diocese of Charleston. Sponsored by the National Religious Retirement Office in Washington, D.C., the appeal asks Catholics […]
COLUMBIA—The 21st annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Community Dinner gave needy, homeless and elderly people in the Midlands a chance to enjoy a hot meal and fellowship Nov. 24. The event is sponsored by St. Peter and […]
CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston will receive a Christmas gift in the priestly ordination of Deacon Filip Wodecki on Dec. 28 at 6 p.m. in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, 120 Broad St. Parish […]
CHARLESTON—Louis “Skip” ReVille, a coach and educator who has admitted to sexually abusing minors, did not receive background screening nor did he attend a safe environment training session while he was a tennis coach at […]