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Full Video ‘Fratelli Tutti: Walking Together in a Divided Nation’ Now Available

LEXINGTON — The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for dialogue and understanding, which are essential for humankind, said the archbishop of Washington and the bishop of Lexington, Kentucky in a recent video discussion on issues facing the United States and the Church today. The February 5 event, sponsored by the Roundtable Association of Catholic...


Kirsten Thorstad Named Parish Life Director of Good Shepherd in Campton

LEXINGTON — Kirsten Thorstad has been named Parish Life Director (PLD) of Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd in Campton, Ky., beginning Feb. 16. Thorstad, a Milwaukee native who grew up in California and Colorado, has worked for the Catholic Church for over 28 years, 26 of those in the Diocese of San Bernardino, Calif.,...


Sr. Nancy Sutton Obituary and Funeral Information

LEXINGTON — Sister Nancy Sutton (Sister Mary Terence), a Sister of St. Joseph of Chambéry who served in Whitley City for many years, passed away on Jan. 24, 2021, at Monsignor Bojnowski Manor in New Britain. Born on Oct. 15, 1930, of the late Charles Edward and Florence Catherine (Quinn) Sutton, Sister Nancy entered the...


Funeral Information for Father Chuck Niehaus, SJ

LEXINGTON — Father Charles W. “Chuck” Niehaus, S.J., died on Jan. 10, at Colombiere Center Jesuit Community in Clarkston, Michigan. He was 75 years old. Born in Cincinnati on June 29, 1945, he graduated St. Xavier High School and entered the Chicago Province of the Society of Jesus at Milford Novitiate on Sept. 1, 1963....


Virtual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Community Service

LEXINGTON — The 31st annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Worship service, an interfaith event hosted at Central Christian Church in Lexington, will take place virtually this Sunday, Jan. 17, at 6 p.m. — the time this service has occurred in years past. The service will stream on YouTube at: Feel free to share and...

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