Beautiful words and music accompanied sisters from several congregations on Oct. 22, 2022, during the Diocese of Owensboro’s Jubilee for Women Religious.
The National Religious Retirement Office (NRRO) announces that on Dec. 10-11, the Diocese of Owensboro will hold the annual Retirement Fund for Religious collection in parishes throughout the diocese.
One year later, the community still feels nervous when the sky grows dark in bad weather.
According to a pastor whose Madisonville parish was among the first groups to assist people impacted by the Dec. 10, 2021 tornadoes in western Kentucky, the virtue to keep in mind when assisting survivors is “humility.”
Four years ago this January, Susan Montalvo-Gesser became the director of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Owensboro.
A deacon who also serves as the construction manager and volunteer coordinator for the tornado recovery efforts of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Owensboro has learned over the past year that when it comes to rebuilding after a natural disaster, “you’d better have the patience of Job.”
“It was unreal” is a Mayfield man’s description of surviving the Dec. 10, 2021 tornadoes that tore across western Kentucky.
¡Viva Cristo Rey! The Owensboro Diocese Youth Conference (ODYC) was a blessed celebration with youth from across the diocese.
After the conclusion of the ninth annual Bluegrass on Lake Beshear – Pickin’ Life music fest in Dawson Springs, Ky. on Oct. 8, attendees observed something remarkable.
BY DCN. KEN BENNETT, OFFICE OF WORSHIP The annual September Mass count report is complete, and the trend is positive. Despite continued COVID-19 disruption and December 2021 tornado impact, Mass attendance is trending upward. The percentage of registered parishioners...