JOHNS ISLAND—Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach has made the top 5 list in the competition to earn the title of non-profit of the year. The outreach, sponsored by the ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy, will be featured in the November issue of Charleston magazine and the final vote will take place on Nov. 20 during the Giving Back Awards celebration at Memminger Auditorium. Other finalists include the Avian Conservation Center, the Charleston Animal Society, LEARN Horse Rescue, and LifeManagement Center Inc. The top vote-getter will earn a spread in the magazine.
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, […]