During Mass on May 22, 2021, Sienna Junker, the newly-adopted daughter of Jayme Junker, was baptized by Fr. Greg Trawick, pastor of St. Stephen Parish in Cadiz.
On Friday evening, April 23, 2021, seven catechists from Paducah and our facilitator, Dr. Jeff Andrini, met at Gasper River Retreat Center near Bowling Green.
On April 24, 1938 after receiving my First Holy Communion, I was struck by these words inscribed over a door: “Not my will, but Thine be done.” For as long as I can remember, I wanted to become a religious sister.
There is no better smell than that of fresh paint and new wood. No better sound than the clack of heels on polished tile floors or water flowing into a new baptismal font.
At St. John the Evangelist Parish in Paducah, during this Year of St. Joseph we began the year by reciting the Litany of St. Joseph or a prayer to St. Joseph after our Wednesday Masses, as well as after any Mass on the 19th of each month.
Christ the King Parish, School, and Daycare in Madisonville have teamed up together and are working on a new stewardship initiative called Ramsey+.
St. Jerome School and Museum in Fancy Farm has been busy adding exhibits and doing renovation work even though it has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
I think many people become a part of the St. Vincent de Paul Society because it completes something in them.
Mary Fuhrmann, a parishioner of St. Leo in Murray, has two paintings titled “Christ the light in darkness” and “Flight of doves with fledglings” in the annual religious art show at the Ice House Gallery in Mayfield.
It’s been a whole year since Msgr. George Hancock celebrated a private Easter Sunday Mass on April 12, 2020, in the oratory (convent chapel) of the Carmelite Sisters in Owensboro.