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    Deployed Family Dinner



    It’s that time again for Team Shaw’s monthly deployed family dinner. 

    Click here to RSVP.


    Catholic Ash Wednesday Services

    Wednesday March 1, 2017

    11:15 am - Word Service with distribution of ashes-Friendship chapel


    2:00 pm- Word Service with distribution of ashes- ARCENT


    5:00 pm- Mass with dtistribution of ashes - Friendship chapel


    Marriage Seminar 



    We are excited to annouce five opportunites for couples assigned to Shaw AFB to enhance their marriage.  Each event will take place at the Carolina Lakes Golf Course Lounge from 6pm to 9pm.  Dinner will be provided.  Please register for one of the events using the links below.  Space is limited to 25 couples. A waiting list will be set-up in the event of cancellations to ensure maximum participation.

    24 March 2017 — click here

    31 March 2017 — click here

    7 April 2017 — click here


    Knights of Columbus Essay Contest

    Once again this year, the Knights of Columbus is sponsoring the Catholic Citizenship Essay contest.  This year’s theme is, “The Importance of Religious Freedom”.  The contest is open to all Catholic students-in public, private, or parochial schools- in grades 8,9,10,11, and 12 during the current school year.  Essays must reflect the assigned theme and be the student’s original work.  Essays must be typed and be between 500 and 750 words in length.  The student’s name should appear only on the official Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest entry form, which must be stapled to the essay.  All entries become the property of the Knights of Columbus and will not be returned.  Winning essays in each grade will be submitted for advanced levels of competition (district, state, national).  All essays are due by Friday, Oct 21, 2016. Entry forms may be found in the chapel narthex or may be downloaded at:  Contact Paul Burchell at or 803-983-5004 with questions.