Local agencies benefit from collection

On a picturesque fall evening in October, the halls of the former Sts. Simon and Jude School in south Louisville were bustling with students....

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Catholic Charities plans new headquarters

Catholic Charities of Louisville is planning a $7.5 million project to build new more efficient headquarters at its current location on South Fourth Street....

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Wanted: green thumbs to nurture creation

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer Catholics around the Archdiocese of Louisville are being urged to consider planting a wildflower garden. Not only do the...

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Catholic Charities urges: ‘Be Golden’

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer The familiar Golden Rule “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” spans cultures, religious traditions...

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Opportunities for Life changes course

By Marnie McAllister, Record Editor Three decades ago — long before our phones were gateways to the Internet and all of its resources — Kentucky...

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Catholic Charities of Louisville has a new leader

By Marnie McAllister, Record Editor Lisa DeJaco Crutcher left her job of more than 16 years at the law firm of Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs...

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Agency urges people, ‘Stand with Refugees’

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer Echoing a call the U.S. bishops issued in a pastoral reflection last month, Catholic Charities of Louisville is asking...

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