Long-term care ombudsman program seeks volunteers

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer Visiting with and talking to residents in nursing facilities, such as 74-year-old Sarah French, is a typical part...

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2017-10-13T15:52:42+00:00 June 30th, 2016|Archdiocesan News|

St. Mary Magdalene, Apostle of the Apostles

“Chosen because you are beloved and beloved because you are chosen.” This is the way that St. Anselm of Canterbury described St. Mary Magdalene. She has been on my mind during these days as we prepare to move the Chancery (with a new name, the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center) from the grounds of the former St. Mary Magdalen Parish Church, closed in 1996, to a new location – the grounds of the active Holy Family Parish. The actual move likely won’t […]

2017-10-13T15:52:42+00:00 June 29th, 2016|Archbishop's Blog|

Diaconate Office under new leadership

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer Deacon Dennis Nash said serving as director of the Diaconate Office for the Archdiocese of Louisville is like...

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2017-10-13T15:52:42+00:00 June 29th, 2016|Archdiocesan News|

Presence of global church felt in archdiocese

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer Foreign-born priests are not new here in the Archdiocese of Louisville — the first priests to serve the...

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2017-10-13T15:52:43+00:00 June 23rd, 2016|Archdiocesan News, foreign priest, mutuality, priesthood, vocation|

Sister of Charity professes perpetual vows at Nazareth

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer A sense of community and a healthy dose of hospitality led Sister Marie Flowers to the Sisters of...

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Parishes credited with success of appeal

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer The 2015 Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) surpassed its $3.25 million goal in record time this year. By Jan....

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2017-10-13T15:52:43+00:00 June 16th, 2016|Archdiocesan News, catholic services appeal, CSA|

Conference brings black Catholics together

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer More than 500 Catholics from 10 dioceses across the country gathered at the Galt House Hotel in downtown...

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‘The Greatest’ served alongside Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer It may seem improbable that the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali, a devout Muslim, would be closely connected...

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Trinity students raise fish to feed hungry

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer A group of students at Trinity High School are using their training in science, technology, engineering and math...

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2017-10-13T15:52:45+00:00 June 8th, 2016|Archdiocesan News|

O Sacred Heart Most Holy

“Come to me… for I am gentle and humble of heart.” Jesus’ words quoted in the Gospel according to St. Matthew at the end of Chapter 11 have echoed through the centuries and touched hearts because of His great mercy.

Let’s not allow this Friday, the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, to pass us by. Pope Francis has spoken the word mercy more than any other word and, in proclaiming the great mercy of God, he makes real […]

2017-10-13T15:52:45+00:00 June 3rd, 2016|Archbishop's Blog|