fbpx

frontdesk

About frontdesk

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far frontdesk has created 29 blog entries.

Help Refugees in Kentucky

Kentucky Refugee Ministries (KRM) is receiving two groups of Afghan evacuees, with their arrival in Louisville and Lexington having started. First,

Help Refugees in Kentucky2021-10-08T12:56:54-04:00

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

What’s the difference between normal conflict and domestic violence? Conflict is part of every intimate relationship–that’s why conflict resolution skills are important. Domestic violence, however, has no place in a healthy relationship, whether the couple is dating, cohabiting, engaged, or married.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month2021-10-06T20:03:29-04:00

Respect Life Month 2021

The month of October brings with it our annual observance of Respect Life Month. As part of the Year of St. Joseph declared by Pope Francis, this year’s celebration highlights the example of that great saint.

Respect Life Month 20212021-10-06T19:20:44-04:00

Why I Donated My Kidney

On September 14 of this year, parishioner Lynn English was scheduled to donate her kidney to a friend in need at Houston Methodist Hospital

Why I Donated My Kidney2021-09-29T14:04:35-04:00

Getting to Know Deacon Brendan O’Sullivan

Lexington Catholic High School teacher Brendan O’Sullivan, is a husband and a father who will serve the Church in central and eastern Kentucky as a permanent deacon.

Getting to Know Deacon Brendan O’Sullivan2021-06-30T15:28:17-04:00

Make Disciples of All Nations

If four men from Kentucky became priests in the same diocese in Asia, it would probably seem like an extraordinary coincidence. When Deacon Ronald Sagum

Make Disciples of All Nations2021-06-12T17:41:13-04:00

Meet Our New Deacons!

This Saturday, June 5th, two well-known Holy Spirit Parishioners will become ordained Deacons! While Brendan will join us as our new

Meet Our New Deacons!2021-06-03T11:45:35-04:00

Care for Our Common Home

“LAUDATO SI’, mi’ Signore” – “Praise be to you, my Lord.” These are the words that open Pope Francis’ encyclical on ecology and care for God’s creation. These words, quoting St. Francis of Assisi’s beautiful canticle, remind us

Care for Our Common Home2021-05-19T15:37:09-04:00

Updated Diocesan COVID-19 Guidelines

In light of Gov. Beshear’s Executive Order of May 13 lifting the mask mandate for persons fully vaccinated against COVID-19, parishes and missions of the diocese should observe the following protocols at Mass

Updated Diocesan COVID-19 Guidelines2021-05-19T13:12:53-04:00
Go to Top