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Share The Journey – A refugee’s resilience

By Shelley Dewig, Catholic Charities of Louisville Migrants and refugees do not only represent a problem to be solved, but are brothers and sisters to be welcomed, respected and loved.” – Pope Francis, World Day of Migrants and Refugees, 2014 It was raining the day Abdullah shared his story with me. That day, I was… Read more

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Global, local church aim to provide ‘hope’

By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer A group of close to three dozen, including Archdiocese of Louisville priests and individuals who serve in various ministries, heard that the challenges of the local and global church are many, but with solidarity, the church can keep providing hope. The group — led by  Mark Bouchard of Catholic Charities of… Read more

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National collection aids local organizations

By Jessica Able, Record Staff Writer The annual collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), which benefits national and local efforts to end poverty, will take place in parishes this weekend, Nov. 18 and 19. The national collection, called for by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), supports organizations that aim to… Read more

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See Something – Say Something – Save a Life!

Catholic Charities’ Bakhita Empowerment Initative worked with the Attorney General’s office on a new campaign to combat human trafficking. Click here for the full Commonwealth of Kentucky press release. See Something – Say Something – Save a Life!

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