by Ed Harpring Tragically, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, claiming over 40,000 lives per year. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that the number of suicides in the United States is at its highest level in 30 years. Their 2016 report revealed a 24% increase in the … Continue reading Suicide Prevention is a Pro-Life Issue
by Martine Bacci Siegel The return to school is an exciting time for most, but for some it simply serves as a short respite from abuse at home. Listed here are some behaviors school staff should be on the lookout for as they could be an indicator of a more serious problem. Remember, the Commonwealth … Continue reading “Protecting Our Children”
by Deacon Stephen Bowling At this time of the year when going back to school is on the mind of so many, I can’t help but wonder how many folks see learning as something that belongs only in the classroom. One of my fondest memories as a child was of listening to an adult whom … Continue reading “Sitting At The Feet Of Socrates”
by Ed Harpring A team from the Archdiocese of Louisville had the rare privilege of attending the Convocation of Catholic Leaders – “The Joy of the Gospel In America” - for four days in Orlando over this most recent Fourth of July weekend. I am delighted to have been a part of our local team … Continue reading What the Convocation of Catholic Leaders Was All About . . .
by Martine Bacci-Siegel Summer is here and the importance of some time to step away can’t be understated. Stress, over time, has several negative effects on our well being. Some examples are our body's ability to resist infection, maintain vital functions, and even the ability to avoid injury. When we are stressed we become tired … Continue reading Summers are Therapeutic!
by Michelle Herberger There seems to be a growing sense of fatigue among many people, and it’s more than physical. Many lament the loss of times when things at least appeared to be simple and people were less divided. It’s especially important when one is feeling this way, to take time to recreate, renew, and … Continue reading A Time To Notice . . .
by Deacon Stephen Bowling Okay, I must confess my age . . . I am a child of the late Sixties/ early Seventies, born in 1965 and a TV addict pretty much from the very beginning. (I can remember watching on our old black and white TV some of Star Trek’s Third Season when it … Continue reading Family Adventures!
Join us at all masses at St. Patrick the weekend of July 8 and 9 or at St. Gabriel the weekend of July 15 and 16 for more information or to sign up for the upcoming Marriage Encounter Weekend on August 19th and 20th, 2017!
“Divorce is a detour, not a dead-end.” Do you know someone who is struggling with the pain of divorce? The “Journey of Hope” program is a proven means of providing hope and healing through the teachings and the sacraments of the Catholic Church. A new 15 week session of the program is beginning on August 3, … Continue reading Journey Of Hope Divorce Care Program – New Sessions Begin August 2017!
Do you know the number of deaths in Kentucky each year from heroin and opiate overdoses? Did you know that both the equipment and training to save the life on an overdose victim are available for FREE? The Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition is a statewide organization whose mission is to reduce substance addiction overdoses and … Continue reading Overdose Help . . . FREE Naloxone Kits With Training, June 26, 2017