By Ruby Thomas, Record Staff Writer
In the late 1960s, a handful of Sisters of Charity of Nazareth teaching in West Louisville noticed their students were coming to school hungry and wearing dirty clothing.
Upon visiting the students’ homes, the sisters found homes that lacked food and running water. They decided something needed to be done to help the families.
In 1969, Sister Visitor Center was born. The center, now part of Catholic Charities of Louisville, has been serving the area’s neediest families ever since. Read more.