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“Brutality of the Death Penalty Disregards Human Dignity”01 May

The botched execution of Clayton Lockett in Oklahoma on Tuesday evening clearly demonstrates the horror associated with the use of this punishment in the United States. In a prepared statement Archbishop Paul Coakley said: The execution of Clayton Lockett really highlights the brutality of the death penalty, and I hope it leads us to consider […]
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HB 1: Workers’ Wages Must Allow Them to Form and Support Families20 Jan

On Feb. 6 the Kentucky House of Representatives passed HB1 by a bi-partisan vote of 54 – 44 and sent it to the Senate. The Senate assigned it to the Sen. State and Local Government committee on Feb. 12. The Senate has taken no further action on the bill. Last June, Bishop Stephen E. Blaire […]
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Language Can Build Community22 Dec

by Sister Mary Schmuck, RSM schmuckrsm@scnazarethky.org The recent and much reported Catholic community experience of changes in our language during the “source and summit” expression of our faith, Liturgy of the Eucharist, often referred to as Mass, has reminded me yet again of the importance of language. Another big learning:  how long it took me […]

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Reopening Schools Safely – Bishops’ Letter to Governor Beshear
On August 12, the bishops of Kentucky sent the following letter to Governor Beshear to share with him the current plans for reopening Catholic schools for the new academic year. For more details about individual schools, please look for communication from your local diocese and school. A PDF version of the letter may be found […]

Nancy’s Story
I am raising my great grandson Danny.  He is 12 years old.  Danny came to live with me at 9 months old after falling from a three story building.  Danny had at least 8 brain surgeries to treat his injuries.              After several crazy and scary years, it was time for Danny to start school. I […]

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