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Viaje del papa a Tierra Santa levanta esperanzas, preguntas

Viaje del papa a Tierra Santa levanta esperanzas, preguntas

Por Francis X. Rocca, Catholic News Service CIUDAD DEL VATICANO — Dada la historia larga y compleja de conflicto militar, religioso y cultural en Tierra Santa, el tiempo anterior a la peregrinación del papa Francisco del 24 al 26 mayo estuvo inevitablemente marcada por temores de que esta fuera estropeada por controversia, o por algo peor. Ahora […]

Después de celebración de una Misa en Capítol Hill, los obispos se dispersan en cabildeo a favor de la inmigración

Por Patricia Zapor, Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Después de que una docena de obispos celebraron una Misa en una iglesia de Capítol Hill, antes de empezar un día de cabildeo ante miembros del Congreso, a favor de una reforma de las leyes de inmigración, se percibían, gracias al evento en sí mismo, las muchas y diversas capas […]

Retiro Prematrimonial se llevará a cabo el 14 de junio

Retiro Prematrimonial se llevará a cabo el 14 de junio

El Retiro Prematrimonial ofrecido por la Oficina del Ministerio Multicultural, Ministerio Hispano,  se llevará a cabo el día sábado 14 de junio de 2014 a las 9:00a.m. en el Maloney Center en 1200 S. Shelby St., Louisville, KY 40203. El costo es $75.00 Para mayor información y/o inscribirse, favor de comunicarse al teléfono (502) 636-0296 ext. 1220 ó envíe un correo […]

Queen’s Daughters announce scholarship recipients

Queen’s Daughters announce scholarship recipients

The Queen’s Daughters held their annual Mary’s Day Mass on May 13 at the Cathedral of the Assumption and announced after Mass the winners of their yearly partial scholarships, which this year totalled $16,000. At a luncheon in the Cathedral’s undercroft, the scholarship winners were feted and posed for pictures with Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, […]

Fr. Gephart, archdiocese’s oldest priest, dies

Fr. Gephart, archdiocese’s oldest priest, dies

By Marnie McAllister, Record Assistant Editor The Archdiocese of Louisville’s oldest and longest-serving priest died May 28 at Nazareth Home. Father John B. Gephart, who served as a pastor, teacher and chaplain, was 93 and would have celebrated his 68th anniversary as a priest on June 15. In 2011, Father Gephart was honored for his […]

Deacon David Cockson will be ordained

Deacon David Cockson will be ordained

By Marnie McAllister, Record Assistant Editor Deacon David A. Cockson knew he wanted to be a priest when he made his first holy Communion as a 7-year-old in Grand Island, Neb. Fifty-five years later, his religious vocation will be realized. His ordination, set for Saturday, will be the fulfilment of an unwavering commitment to his […]

Holy Family School hosts closing liturgy

Holy Family School hosts closing liturgy

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer Faculty, students, alumni and friends of Holy Family School gathered one last time for a school liturgy on May 27. The 91-year old school at 3926 Poplar Level Road announced earlier this year that it will close at the end of this school year. Father Harry Gelthaus, pastor of […]