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Cathedral To Host School of Healing Through Encounter Ministries

LEXINGTON — The Cathedral of Christ the King will host a School of Healing in the parish hall June 11-12 and a healing service on June 12. Both events will be led by Deacon Russell Feldkamp and Daniel Rodriguez of Encounter Ministries.   These two events are part of the lead-up to the launch of...


LGBT Ministry Offers Three-Part Zoom Encounter on Ministry to Transgender Persons

LEXINGTON — LGBT Ministry of the Catholic Dioceses of Lexington and Fortunate Families’ JR Zerkowski will host a three-part Zoom encounter, “Ministry to Transgender Persons: a Pastoral Response,” open to all Catholics this summer. The online event will take place the afternoons of June 4, July 16 and Aug. 13. Each session will feature a...


Directives for Public Masses and Other Liturgies during COVID-19

To All the Faithful of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington:   On May 13, 2021, Governor Beshear issued an Executive Order lifting the mask mandate for persons fully vaccinated against COVID-19. In addition, he also made changes impacting the capacity for indoor and outdoor events that will go into effect May 28, 2021. The following...


Mask Guidelines in Light of CDC, Governor’s Announcements

LEXINGTON — In light of Gov. Beshear’s Executive Order of May 13 lifting the mask mandate for persons fully vaccinated against COVID-19, parishes and missions of the diocese should observe the following protocols at Mass, beginning immediately: Social distancing rules remain in place (six feet apart except for immediate family). Masks are not required for...


Webinar Offers Response to Suicide for a Catholic Audience

LEXINGTON — A new webinar shows the role that faith communities can play in suicide prevention and postvention. “Responding to Suicide: A Skills Based Approach” can be found on the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s website. It presents a response to suicide for a Catholic audience in advance of the National Weekend of Prayer...


Bishop Announces New Pastors, First Post-Ordination Assignment for Ronald Sagum, Retirement of Father Michael Weglicki

LEXINGTON — The weekend of April 17-18 saw the announcements of new pastors in eight parishes and missions of the Catholic Diocese of Lexington, as well as the first assignment for Ronald Sagum following his ordination to the priesthood later this spring. The assignments, made by Bishop John Stowe, OFM Conv. of Lexington, are effective...

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