Archive | February 2014

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Catholic Cemeteries to host ‘Stations of the Cross’

Catholic Cemeteries will host Stations of the Cross during Lent at various cemeteries each Friday at 1 p.m. Stations will be led by children from local schools using the Way of the Cross for Young Christians. Stations on March 7 at Calvary Cemetery, 1600 Newburg Road, will begin at the St. Philip Neri Cross in […]

‘Charities’ will host an event for those interested in prison ministry

“Reaching Individuals Beyond Bars,” a partnership between Catholic Charities of Louisville and Louisville Metro Reentry Task Force, will be held March 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Catholic Charities’ St. Anthony Campus, 2234 W. Market Street. The event will serve as a ‘Reentry 101’ course for individuals and organizations either currently participating or […]

Youth Events

ACT/SAT Prep The Office of Multicultural Ministry’s Catholic Enrichment Center will offer ACT/SAT prep sessions on Saturdays from March 8 to April 12. The sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at the center, 3146 West Broadway. The cost is $25 for the six-week session. Individual assistance will be available the week prior […]

Nazareth Home to buy Mercy Sacred Heart

Nazareth Home, a long-term care home and rehabilitation center sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, announced its intention Feb. 20 to acquire Mercy Sacred Heart, a nursing home founded by the Sisters of Mercy and owned by Catholic Health Partners. Mercy Sacred Heart, located at 2119 Payne Street in Clifton, is home to […]

St. John Center will hold ‘Raisin’ the Rent’ fundraiser

By Glenn Rutherford, Record Editor Each year the St. John Center for homeless men holds one of the city’s most intriguing — and historically significant — fundraising events of the year. It’s the annual “Raisin’ the Rent” fundraising event, and this year it will be held March 8 at the Mellwood Arts and Entertainment  Center, […]

CEF ‘Salute’ hopes to raise $600,000

CEF ‘Salute’ hopes to raise $600,000

By Glenn Rutherford, Record Editor When Rosemary Bisig Smith became executive director of the Catholic Education Foundation in 2004, the annual Salute to Catholic School Alumni was already 14 years old. But she’d been involved with the annual event since 1991 — a year after the first awards banquet was held. In those early days […]

Esperanza en El Señor — Pobreza y Destitución

El próximo miércoles comienza la Cuaresma. ¡Me gusta el Miércoles de Ceniza! Las personas asisten a Misa en gran número y reciben un signo público de su fe – la señal de la cruz trazada en su frente con cenizas. Es una marca que la mayoría de las personas entienden o que al menos preguntan. […]