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Fifty years ago, Archbishop McDonough began this annual appeal to support the ministries and services of the Archdiocese of Louisville.  From these humble roots, the appeal grew to what we know today as the Catholic Services Appeal, which supports more than 100 ministries and services in the 24 counties of the Archdiocese. Through these efforts, we care for the poor and needy, promote vocations, assist retired priests, enhance worship, provide lifelong formation and education, and extend support and resources to our parishes and schools.

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This is More Than an Education

Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville provide 20,000 students with a unique environment that allows students to grow in their faith while performing at high academic levels in a community of dedicated educators, parents, and advocates.
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Days of Human Dignity

Pope Francis’ invitation to “Share the Journey” will continue in the Archdiocese of Louisville with Days of Human Dignity, beginning in January of 2018 with National Migration Week.  Please visit this site to see events and resources available that will inform you on this journey.
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Your Parish: The Body of Christ Alive in Our Midst

In the last few days of 2016, Archbishop Kurtz released his inspiring pastoral letter. This letter calls upon all of us to work for the renewal of parish life. It also introduces a process of discernment that will take place in our parishes over the next two years.
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November 2017 Conversations, Segment 3

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Conversations is a monthly, 30-minute television show in which I participate in an ongoing conversation about the Archdiocese of Louisville, my involvement with the larger Church (both nationally and globally), and issues of faith in [...]

Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz is a monthly, 30-minute television show in which Archbishop Kurtz participates in an ongoing conversation about the Archdiocese of Louisville, his involvement with the larger Church (both nationally and globally), and issues of faith in general.

Archdiocesan News

Mazzoli: Immigration reform a ‘moral’ issue

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer In the mid-1980s, when a comprehensive immigration reform bill brought millions of undocumented people out of the shadows and...

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Christmas spirit grows at cemetery

By Marnie McAllister, Record Editor About 350 people gathered around a 15-foot Nordmann Fir tree at Calvary Cemetery, 1600 Newburg Road, the evening of Dec....

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Catholic News

Natural disasters prompt church to raise millions for aid, recovery

IMAGE: CNS photo/Carlo Allegri, ReutersBy Dennis SadowskiWASHINGTON (CNS) -- In Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida, California and Mexico City, recovery was slow and deep pain remained from a string of natural disasters as 2017 ended. Hurricanes, [...]

Pope: Helping refugees means converting hearts hardened against them

By Carol GlatzROME (CNS) -- With so much suffering, poverty and exploitation in the world, missionary work must also include reaching out to people whose hearts are closed to receiving immigrants and refugees, Pope Francis [...]

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Archdiocesan Events

Dec 15, 2017 6:00pm @ St. Margaret Mary

Dec 27, 2017 10:00am @ Maloney Center

Dec 28, 2017 5:30pm @ Catholic Enrichment Center

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