Archive | February 2015

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Explicando las nuevas órdenes de inmigración

Un grupo de inmigrantes hispanos se reunieron en el centro sin fines de lucro La Casita en el barrio de Old Louisville el 22 de enero para informarse sobre las nuevas órdenes ejecutivas de inmigración dadas a conocer por el presidente Barrack Obama el 20 de noviembre. Esta fue una de cinco sesiones llevadas a […]

An Encouraging Word — A healthy imagination

An Encouraging Word — A healthy imagination

If the vision delays, wait for it, it will surely come. Habakkuk 2:3 I am a dreamer, a fantasizer, a visionary and an idealist. From childhood, I have been blessed with a vivid imagination. I have always identified with the words of George Bernard Shaw, famously quoted by President John F. Kennedy: “You see things; […]

El Programa “Amarnos a Nosotros Mismos; Amando a los Demás de Acuerdo a la Voluntad de Dios” para jóvenes en high school se llevará a cabo el día 21 de marzo

El Programa “Amarnos a Nosotros Mismos; Amando a los Demás de Acuerdo a la Voluntad de Dios” para jóvenes en high school se llevará a cabo el día 21 de marzo

El Programa “Amarnos a Nosotros Mismos; Amando a los Demás de Acuerdo a la Voluntad de Dios” para jóvenes en high school grados 9vo-12vo. tendrá lugar el día sábado, 21 de marzo, 2015 a las 9:30a.m. en el Maloney Center. Dirección: 1200 S. Shelby St., Louisville, KY 40203. Costo: $15.00 Para mayor información y/o inscribirse, […]

Editorial — Time for a change of heart

Editorial — Time for a change of heart

Kenneth Winfield was found dying last Thursday night on the steps of St. John Center for Homeless Men, a day center where he sought warmth and community for the last several years. Help arrived too late on that dangerously cold night and the 49-year-old passed away. Maria Price, executive director of St. John Center, said […]

Lenten film series will highlight human trafficking

A Lenten film and discussion series on human trafficking, sponsored by an interfaith group formed by women religious, will be presented throughout the month of March. The film series aims to educate people about the problem of human trafficking ­— an issue that Pope Francis  addressed in his New Year’s message entitled “No Longer Slaves […]

Sister of Charity of Nazareth Alice Adams, 90, dies

Sister of Charity of Nazareth Alice Adams died Feb. 25 at Nazareth Home. She was 90 and had been a Sister of Charity of Nazareth (SCN) for 70 years. Sister Adams, a native of Louisville, served in education, music ministry, pastoral ministry and community service for 52 years. In the Archdiocese of Louisville, she taught […]

Sister of Loretto Carol Dunphy dies at 92

Sister of Loretto Carol Dunphy (formerly Sister Peter Michael), who helped establish the first Loretto mission in South America, died Feb. 19 at the Loretto Motherhouse in Nerinx, Ky. She was 92 and in her 66th year as a Sister of Loretto. Sister Dunphy, a native of Eastlake, Colo., was appointed the sisters’ first superior […]