- Nov 26, 2020
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville in a statement Sept. 23 said people should now “come together to work for racial justice,” whatever their reaction is to decisions by the grand jury and the office of Kentucky’s attorney general in the March 13 fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by police.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes to the St. James Catholic Church in the heart of Louisville’s Highlands neighborhood.
Windows of the Cathedral of the Assumption and its offices facing South Fifth Street in downtown Louisville were covered with plywood as a precaution May 30 after a second day of peaceful protests turned to violence and vandalism overnight.
Sustainability is a lesson that even the leader of a green-minded school admits she is learning.
A new Louisville landmark could be named for one of US Catholicism’s most intriguing figures, someone so close to Pope Francis’ heart that he singled him out during a speech to Congress in September. But if that doesn’t work out, the bridge could carry the name of Colonel Sanders of
ROME – There’s no consensus yet in the Oct. 5-19 Synod of Bishops on the controversial question of allowing divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion, according to president of the US bishops’ conference, but he said many American bishops have their doubts. American prelates generally have “a great