MYRTLE BEACH—Students at St. Andrew received first, second and third place awards from the Lion’s Club for their entries in the annual “Peace Poster” contest. The winning artwork (center) will advance to the state competition.
MYRTLE BEACH—The Mock Trial Team from St. Andrew School earned second place in the region and will head to the state competition in Columbia on Dec. 6-7. Also, individual awards were presented to Erin Maguire, […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Women religious got together for a prayer and fellowship weekend to contemplate some universal truths and offer each other support to carry on their daily work. It was the 15th annual statewide Collaboration for […]
SOUTH CAROLINA—Students put their talents and creativity to good use recently during National Pro-life Chalk Day, which is one of many activities held to celebrate October’s Respect Life Month. Youth at schools and parishes around […]
FLORENCE—Former Vice President Joe Biden attended the 9 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony Church on Oct. 27 and when he presented himself to receive the Eucharist was refused by the pastor. “Sadly, this past Sunday, […]
Editor’s note: The following is a guest article about the diocesan Rosary Congress celebrated at the Shrine of Our Lady of South Carolina – Our Lady of Joyful Hope, by Father Stanley Smolenski. KINGSTREE—In 1979, the […]
The African nation of Zambia has special meaning for Franciscan Sister Margie Hosch. For six years beginning in 2009, she traveled to the Diocese of Solwezi in Zambia to offer Wholeness Holiness Retreats, special times […]
NORTH CHARLESTON—Courtney Leonard exudes an air of calm in the classroom. Standing among a dozen young charges, the special-needs teacher at St. John in North Charleston handles a constant flurry of questions, comments and requests […]