Rachel Hall assumed the role of director of the Office of Communications for the Diocese of Owensboro on Dec. 27, 2022, replacing Tina Kasey who resigned to pursue a new opportunity.
Approximately 60 youth attended Gasper River Catholic Youth Camp and Retreat Center’s Christmas/New Year’s Camp from Dec. 29-Jan. 1.
Rachel Hall asumió el cargo de directora de la Oficina de Comunicaciones de la Diócesis de Owensboro el 27 de diciembre de 2022, reemplazando a Tina Kasey, quien renunció para buscar una nueva oportunidad.
Missionary life “is an adventure,” according to Fr. Aaron Wessman, GHM, who spent several years of his Glenmary formation within the Diocese of Owensboro, where he was able to engage with rural communities and participate in Hispanic/Latino ministry for the first time ever.
School newspapers can be very mundane. This is so true that many schools did away with theirs long ago. Their loss is a detriment not only to the school but also to history.
Serving as homilist for the Diocese of Owensboro’s Jan. 5 Mass for the repose of the soul of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Fr. Richard Meredith quoted the spiritual testament of the retired pope, who had died on Dec. 31, 2022.
Henriette Delille was born in 1813 in New Orleans to a French father and a “free woman of color” who were united in a “legal” common-law marriage which was typical at the time in New Orleans whereby a European man contracted with a Creole woman, pledging support and education for their children.
February 2nd is the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord.
En enero, la Oficina del Ministerio Hispano/Latino de la Diócesis de Owensboro ofreció varios Encuentros anuales en el oeste de Kentucky.
When describing his daughter’s religious vocation, David Mattingly likes to say that “God chose a rose – Madeline Rose – from our family garden.”