Faith that sticks
During the recent synod listening sessions, one of the most consistently mentioned issues was the deep concern of parents whose adult children are no longer practicing their faith. A similar concern was the lack of young people in our pews.
We need adults who care
During the recent synod listening sessions, we heard the concern time and time again about young people leaving the Church.
¡Viva Cristo Rey!
¡Viva Cristo Rey! The Owensboro Diocese Youth Conference (ODYC) was a blessed celebration with youth from across the diocese.
Whitesville’s Angels inspired, encouraged by cross country wins
On Saturday, August 27, St. Mary of the Woods School’s middle school boys’ cross country team placed second out of nine teams at the Madisonville Classic.
Jason Evert brings message of chastity to youth, parents in western Kentucky
Chastity speaker Jason Evert, cofounder of Chastity Project, visited western Kentucky on Sept. 7 and 8.
A ‘beautiful sight,’ Catholic schools reunite for Rainbow Mass 2022
Coming together as a community of 17 Catholic schools for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic began, the multicolored uniforms of the several thousand students formed the liturgy’s namesake: Rainbow Mass.
Back to school blessings
Fr. John Okoro gave out “Backpack Blessings” at all the Tri-Parish Masses at St. Francis Borgia Parish in Sturgis, St. Ambrose Parish in Henshaw, and St. William of Vercelli in Marion on August 27 and 28 for all our school-aged children.
‘I guess it was the love of Jesus!’
Our 15th summer of camp at Gasper River Catholic Youth Camp and Retreat Center was amazing! Our theme this summer was the Woman at the Well. We talked about how Jesus seeks us always, thirsts for us, desires to encounter us and challenges us to change and go make more.
Not just a mission trip
Eli Kroeger made a point of heading to Mission: Eucharistic Life immediately after finishing his week of summer camp at Gasper River Catholic Youth Camp and Retreat Center.
Gatton Academy student starts reproductive health survey
A new reproductive health study was emailed to Western Kentucky University students requesting students at least 18-years-old and female assigned at birth to complete a short survey concerning knowledge on reproductive health.