I shared this on my Facebook wall a couple of weeks ago, and thought that I would share it here as well. The Light is on for You is a great opportunity that our Diocese has been participating in during the penitential season of Lent. It is an open invitation and opportunity, to go toContinue reading “Bishop Medley’s Lenten Message: The Light is on for you”
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My Vocation Story
The following is my Vocation Story up to this point. Why do I say up to this point? Because, it is a never ending process. Until the day I die I will always be seeking to discover and discern where/to what God is calling me to next. The following are just specific points along the way that have stoodContinue reading “My Vocation Story”
Happy 205th Birthday to the Catholic Church in Kentucky!
Happy 205th Birthday today to the ArchDiocese of Louisville, KY. The Diocese of Bardstown was created on this date in 1808 along with New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. These were the first diocese’s created in America. Bardstown gave birth to many of the churches in Western Kentucky, through the work of several missionary priests like Fr. ElishaContinue reading “Happy 205th Birthday to the Catholic Church in Kentucky!”
This day in history (For you Southern History buffs!)
This day in history (For you Southern History buffs!) On this day in US History Jefferson Davis took control of the Confederacy as he became the “provisional president of the Confederacy” This was an important point in our history as a nation, and I thought that I would share it. You can visit the linkContinue reading “This day in history (For you Southern History buffs!)”