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CCL Interfaith Employee Prayer Team

Did you know that we have an interfaith employee prayer team? This group has been formed to pray for our agency, our Capital Campaign – they constructed our official Campaign prayer – and any needs of staff or clients who can be referred to them. The following are its members…

 

Nurio Ahmed

John Bizimana

Alix Davidson

Shelley Dewig

Sr. Michele Intravia

Om Kafley

Pam Pusty

2019-03-18T16:58:15+00:00March 18th, 2019|Employee News|

Capitol Hears From Immigrants and Refugees

Mirna Lozano, left, discussed her life as an immigrant during the sixth annual Refugee and Immigrant Day at the Capitol Feb. 20 as religious leaders looked on. She was one of several speakers at the event, including Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz. (Photo Special to The Record by Father Patrick Delahanty)

Marnie McAllister,  The RECORD

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Bethlehem High School’s 2016 senior class president stood before hundreds — including immigrants, refugees and their advocates — in the state’s capitol Feb. […]

2019-03-18T16:49:54+00:00March 18th, 2019|Latest News|

March Mission and Faith Lunch

Please join us for our next Mission and Faith Luncheon, where we will discuss the Catholic Church’s teachings on homosexuality and same-sex marriage. In advance of the luncheon, please read the articles linked below.  Both are written by Rev. James Martin, S. J., author and editor at large for America Magazine and will be used as conversation starters.

What is the official church teaching on homosexuality? Responding to a commonly asked question

A Two-way Bridge

 

The luncheon will take place Wednesday, March 27, from […]

2019-03-15T17:27:57+00:00March 12th, 2019|Employee News|

‘Marie Kondo’ movement prompting donations to help Louisville refugees

Christina Mora – WLKY 

This year, Catholic Charities will re-settle 300 refugees to Louisville.

The agency relies on donations to help welcome the families to our community. And if you’ve been participating in the viral Marie Kondo movement, you may be in a great position to help.

2019-03-06T15:21:32+00:00March 6th, 2019|Latest News|

Daily Lenten Reflections

DAILY LENT REFLECTIONS (From CCUSA)

Ash Wednesday, March 6, marks the beginning of Lent. Once again, CCUSA will offer daily reflections on each day’s Mass readings, authored by Catholic Charities employees and other social concerns ministers. The reflections will arrive by email first thing each morning. Sign up here to receive them.

2019-03-05T18:04:59+00:00March 5th, 2019|Employee News|

Share the Journey – Follow the Golden Rule

Lisa DeJaco Crutcher

The maxim “Do unto others what you would have them do to you” is a guiding principle of many faith traditions. For Catholics, this Golden Rule informs our commitment to social justice and human dignity. For Catholic Charities of Louisville, these words are at the core of our mission to serve those… Read More>

2019-02-28T20:16:50+00:00March 3rd, 2019|Latest News|

Share the Journey – Welcoming the Stranger and Resisting Fear

Kathy Howe-Kerr

In the current clamor of national politics, immigrants and refugees are often categorically vilified, their human dignity and personal stories lost amidst political posturing. Yet Pope Francis reminds us to “encounter Jesus in those who are poor, rejected, or refugees. Do not let fear get… Read More>

2019-02-28T20:06:31+00:00February 28th, 2019|Latest News|