consists of 24 counties in central Kentucky covering 8,124 square miles
has 110 parishes and missions
has 46 K-12 schools serving 19,343 students
has 3 colleges/universities
has 140 diocesan priests
has 133 permanent deacons
has 42 religious order priests
has 11 monastic priests
has 13 brothers
has 31 monastic brothers
has 543 sisters
has 16 seminarians
serves more than 274,200 persons in Catholic hospitals, home health centers, homes for the aged, specialized homes and centers for social services
serves approximately 7,000 individuals through family ministries programming, including marriage preparation, marriage enrichment, bereavement and divorce ministries, outreach to hurting marriages, Project Rachel (outreach to women who have experienced an abortion), pro-life endeavors (from conception to natural death), counseling referral services, and safe environment training. In addition, trained laity provide about 2,000 hours of presence to Catholic patients in hospitals.
offers ongoing services to more than 40,000 individuals through Catholic Charities and other social service programs, including Migration and Refugee Services, Sister Visitor Center, Pregnancy and Adoption Services, Parish Social Ministry (Advocacy, Education and Community Organizing), Respect Life, District Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, Crisis Assessment & Referral, Immigration Services, Mother-Infant Care Program, Senior Social Services, St. Vincent de Paul, Franciscan Kitchen, etc.