St. Anthony Church in Florence held its first annual Run for the Heroes 5k/10k race May 31 to honor the sacrifices of military personnel and their families. Click here to view the gallery. All photos […]
BEAUFORT—The Hix family knows what it is to sacrifice for Catholic education. Oliver Hix, 18, recently graduated from St. Lawrence Seminary High School in Wisconsin, over 1,000 miles away from his home and family.
HILTON HEAD—Poetry is not just a form of literature that can rhyme or not rhyme. Some people have discovered the power of the medium to enrich lives, encourage creativity and, in many cases, bring others […]
NEW HAVEN, Conn.—The Knights of Columbus set all-time records for charitable donations and volunteer service hours in 2009, according to a recent press release. The results of the Knights’ Annual Survey of Fraternal Activity for […]
MARRIOTTSVILLE, Md.—Sister Mary Catherine Rogers, a Sister of Bon Secours, died on May 5 of pancreatic cancer. She was 74. Sister Mary Catherine was the only child of Katheryn and William Rogers. She grew up […]
GREENVILLE—In 1938, commercial television was beginning to make its way across the Atlantic from Europe, Adolph Hitler invaded Austria, a postage stamp cost 3 cents, and two young people from New York were married.
CHARLESTON—For the past four years, Jane LaMarche, Ph.D., has done the job of two people. She served as the diocesan director of campus ministry, which covered 16 colleges and universities across the state, and as […]
GARDEN CITY—Outreach to people who are in need, homeless, ill, or just lonely, is one of the most important parts of parish life. Most efforts, however, don’t cross generational lines.
CHARLESTON—The Diocese of Charleston gained new priests on June 11. Hundreds of people witnessed Bishop Robert E. Guglielmone ordain Fathers Philip S. Gillespie, Richard W. Jackson and Artur D. Przywara at the Cathedral of St. […]