CHARLESTON—Callia Cox was elected junior supreme lady of the Junior Daughters Division of the Knights of Peter Claver during the biennial Junior National Convention held July 9-12 in Orlando, Fla. Her sister, Leigha, was also elected to the national board as mistress-at-arms. They are the daughters of Marcus and Rebecca Cox, who attend St. Patrick Church. The Junior Daughters is open to Catholic youth ages 7 to 18 who have received their first Holy Communion. Their goal is to build good character, develop leadership skills, and enhance their spiritual and social well-being. The conference draws from North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.
Growing Loris parish breaks ground for new church building
LORIS — Four years of effort finally paid off for the Church of the Resurrection. On Feb. 4, the faith community broke ground for a much-needed church complex. The parish, a mission of St. James […]
Pre-Lenten mission focuses on Eucharist, confession and angels
COLUMBIA — At St. John Neumann Church’s pre-Lenten parish mission, Father Edmund McCaffrey received the question, “Teacher, What is the Purpose of Life?” He took a cue from his friend Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, […]
Book fills need of prayers for the sick
The newly published book The Stations of the Cross for the Sick was a poignant gift of love by its author Kitty McDonough who wrote it the night she found out that Bishop James McHugh, […]