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Editorials and Columns
A celebration of the collective gifts brought by Black Catholics
The Office of Black Catholic Ministry would like to offer special congratulations to Rosary Chapel, an historically Black Catholic parish in Paducah, on celebrating their 75th anniversary in October. Rosary Chapel is the model of Black Catholic parishes exemplifying inclusion of all races and cultures while maintaining their identity!
Kentucky bishops: Vote ‘Yes!’ on pro-life Amendment #2
On November 8, Kentuckians have the unprecedented opportunity to write a Pro-Life Amendment into our Commonwealth’s Constitution. We can protect countless thousands of innocent lives by voting Yes for Life on Amendment #2.
Help is just three digits away
Have you ever had a mental health crisis in your family? Has a friend ever acted strangely, and you feared they might hurt themselves?
Pray with intention to act in the wake of shootings
After an all-too-common massacre is visited upon a community in this nation of ours, such as the one perpetrated on the city of Uvalde, Texas, May 24, or the shootings earlier in May at a California church and a grocery store in Buffalo, we offer our thoughts and prayers.
A message from the editor: November 2021 printing problems
Those with zip codes beginning with “423” may have experienced delivery problems with their November 2021 issues of The Western Kentucky Catholic.
Life Giving Wounds Ministry coming to diocese
According to www.lifegivingwounds.org, the Life-Giving Wounds heart was hand-drawn by the artist Michael Corsini, a member of their traveling retreat team. “It depicts a wounded heart with a large central wound coursing throughout the middle and fraying the heart… The...