- May 7, 2021
Recognizing the challenge of hunger, Helfrich and other faith leaders stepped up to create what is in effect a quilt of their own out of the patchwork of services as they develop a plan to cover the chasm of need.
In mid-March, bishops worldwide were forced to change the way they operated their dioceses practically overnight as civil authorities put in place restrictions to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The Archdiocese of Seattle became the first in the country to announce March 11 the temporary suspension of all public Masses to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Pope Francis’s agents of mercy gathered in Kentucky to pray, swap stories, and plan for the future of a missionary group that never expected to exist past 2016, let alone into 2020.
A priest in Kentucky handed out more than $20,000 on Monday to miners struggling to pay bills after the coal company they work for filed for bankruptcy protection.
One Kentucky diocese seeks to implement Pope Francis’s “Joy of the Gospel” on a local level.