• RELIGION NOTES: July 1, 2016

    Open Door Christian Center

    Open Door Christian Center, 2345 Taylorsville Road in Bloomfield will have a special remembrance service at 10:45 a.m. Sunday. Music will be provided by Victory Road Quartet and the Gospel I’s. There will be a meal following the service. There will be no evening service. Everyone is welcome.

    Blueprint for Life

  • Celebrating Corpus Christi Sunday
  • Differences between then and now

    By Karl Lusk

    The headlines in the print media and the lead-ins on broadcast media are filled with violence. Whether it’s an apparent murder or motor vehicle crash locally, another Louisville gunshot death, the horrible massacre in Orlando, or a story about seven killed in Chicago, we are immersed in situations that tax our abilities to comprehend or understand.

  • RELIGION NOTES: June 24, 2016

    Old Gospel Barn

    Old Gospel Barn, 11350 Louisville Road will have gospel singing at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 25. Special guests will be the Sheltons from Shepherdsville. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome.

    Taize service

  • Die before you die

    By David Reeves, guest columnist

    Almost every day, I take a walk through a sea of headstones. Most of them are small and identical. A few are imposing and ornate. All of us end up at such a place, or in an urn, or in a lab at a medical school. But death is not the great Satan. It is the flip-side of the coin of life. And in linear terms, you will be dead much longer than you will be alive. This is not morbid, it’s just reality. Woody Allen had a good line: “I don’t mind dying; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.”

  • Founders of St. Catharine College release statement on closing

    While the closing of St. Catharine College will leave the campus empty of students, the Domincan Sisters of Peace are not going anywhere, according to Prioress Sr. Patricia Twohill.

    In an open letter addressed to the “Central Kentucky Community,” Twohill speaks on behalf of the sisters, who founded the college in 1931.

  • Religion Notes for June 17, 2016

    Youth Sunday

  • Keep focused in finding your calling

    This is a true story about Clark Edwards, a man I admire and have looked up to as a mentor in the faith for a long time. Years ago, he asked me to accompany him in his prison ministry, to sing songs and share whatever was on my heart, and I have been with him on many occasions since. I usually begin the services with worship and he follows with a sermon and always gives an invitation for anyone to receive Christ as their Lord. Sometimes he will also sing an old hymn without any music and you can feel the presence of God saturating the atmosphere.

  • RELIGION NOTES: June 3, 2016

    Loretto Motherhouse concert

    Gary Jeriha, a Franciscan brother from Indiana, will give a piano and organ concert at Loretto Motherhouse Sunday, June 5, at 7 p.m. Admission is free. All are welcome.

    Graduate recognition service

  • Opinion: Gunslingers

    By David Reeves

    When I was a young man, I worked several years as an actor/director with West Texas Productions. We did a “comic” gunfight show for Six Flags Amusement Parks. The standard plot had three bad guys come into town and call out the lawman and his deputy. The good guys and bad guys bantered for awhile á la Hee Haw, then they slapped leather. The good guys always won and the bad guys always died. Yippie! If it were so easy.