The Owensboro Fire Department is now home to the #160 Safe Haven Baby Box. Dedication of the box took place Saturday, Aug. 26.
OWENSBORO, Ky. (OSV News) — When it comes to observing racial diversity — or even the existence of racial division within the church — parish priests have a unique perspective.
Fourteen-year-old freshman Hannah Bland was sitting in her religion class at Trinity High School in Whitesville when she first recognized the call to religious life.
Saving babies’ lives – and parents’ hearts. These are the goals of an annual musical fundraiser for pro-life pregnancy centers in western Kentucky called “Bluegrass on (Lake) Beshear.”
On July 24, 2023, delegates from the Myanmar Catholic community in Bowling Green visited Bishop William F. Medley at the McRaith Catholic Center in Owensboro to present a special gift.
Bishop John J. McRaith, known for his love of the land and his concerns around small family farms, created the Rural Life Committee, an initiative that has been a part of the Diocese of Owensboro ever since, bringing farmers together to review local agriculture and to cohort with one another.
The following nomination was read by superintendent David Kessler at the July 28, 2023 Celebration of Catholic Schools event held at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School in Henderson, Ky.
In preparing to become military chaplain, seminarian hopes to help faithful ‘make sense of the good and evil in the world’
Conrad Jaconette always had a desire to serve in the military.
In July, young adults from across the Diocese of Owensboro gathered at St. Joseph Monastery in Whitesville, Kentucky, for a one-day Eucharistic Revival Retreat hosted by the Office of Young Adult Ministry.
The Diocese of Owensboro Tribunal staff, along with more than 25 other Tribunal personnel across the dioceses of Kentucky and Tennessee, attended the annual Provincial Meeting on July 25 and 26, 2023, at Paris Landing State Resort Park in Buchanan, Tenn.