Archdiocese of Louisville
by Sarah Ater “Since my arrival in this country, I wrote you, satisfied that every exertion would be made to establish a church in this part of the country, as it has been and is my greatest expectation in coming here…There are of our profession [of faith] in this place
CNA Staff, Nov 25, 2020 / 03:00 pm MT (CNA).- Kentucky’s four Catholic dioceses will not suspend public Masses despite the governor’s request that religious services be held online only until December 13. Gov. Andy Beshear (D) requested that houses of worship stop having in-person services in an effort to
CNA Staff, Sep 23, 2020 / 04:00 pm MT (CNA).- After a controversial grand jury decision regarding the death of Breonna Taylor, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville called for unity to work for racial justice and to combat racism, while many in the city of Louisville braced for protests. The
by Perry West Denver Newsroom, Jul 29, 2020 / 11:35 am MT (CNA).- As numerous U.S businesses have closed because of the effects of the coronavirus, a Kentucky parish has opened a ministry to help job seekers “rethink” the job hunt during the pandemic. “Rethinking Employment: New-Age Branding” is led
On Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz, Archbishop Kurtz and Chancellor Dr. Brian Reynolds discuss Archbishop’s treatment for cancer and the five months he was away from the Archdiocese being treated at the Duke Cancer Institute.
Louisville, Ky., Jul 10, 2019 / 12:15 pm (CNA).- Archbishop Joseph Kurtz requested prayers Wednesday as he announced that he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer and will soon undergo treatment. The Archbishop of Louisville announced he will be out of the archdiocese for three months while he receives treatment.
While The Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated Ordination on May 18, several other men graduated from The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mt St. Mary’s Seminary and are readying for their ordination. Looking forward to his May 25 ordination in Louisville, Deacon Kirby Rust is the son of Chuck and Beth Rust. He has
Meet five from Toledo, Louisville, and Fathers of Mercy Five men from outside the archdiocese who have been preparing for the priesthood at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary will be ordained in their dioceses or religious orders this spring. With Cincinnati’s four graduates, they make up the ordination class of 2018.
The “fingerprints of Pope Francis” are on the recent Synod on the Family, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville said Dec. 9 at the James J. Gardner Lecture on Moral Theology. Archbishop Kurtz, who is president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and who was a delegate to the