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Today's Features

  • Dominican Come and See Weekend

    The Dominican Sisters of Peace invite single Catholic women between ages 18 and 45 to a free, three-day “Come and See” experience Sept. 7-9 at St. Catharine Motherhouse near Springfield. Participants will pray and share with the sisters and other women who are facing the same decisions. Together we will enjoy daily prayer, study, and the joys of community life. To reserve a place, contact Sr. Terry at: twasinger@oppeace.org or 620-282-4453 by August 29.

  • By Roger Alford

    I always enjoyed hanging out with Southern Baptist preacher Denvil Taylor because he was so full of biblical wisdom and because he was so very witty.

  • Large creatures comparable to grass-covered Sasquatch will be roaming around Bernheim Forest in a few weeks thanks to the work of a visiting British artist.

    Ashley Peevor, who is enjoying a month-long residency at Bernheim as part of a grant, is introducing his living costumes known as “Grass Men” at this year’s Bernheim CONNECT festival. The costumes are a combination of fabric, grass and soil substrate, with seeds growing through fabric layers to compress them into a living material.

  • Bloomfield Second Baptist Church anniversary

    Bloomfield Second Baptist Church along with the Rev. Joseph Marshall, will celebrate its 150th anniversary on Aug. 5. All members and friends are invited. Sunday school begins at 10 a.m., followed by services at 11:15 a.m. The Rev. McPhearson and Sweet Leaf Baptist Church of Louisville will be the guests. Dinner will be served.

    St. Gregory blood drive

  • Billy Holland

    religion columnist

    psalmz103@gmail.com

    We do not have to look very far to find someone who needs a miracle. Many are suffering some type of crisis like health problems, their children, and grieving over a loss, finances, marriage issues, and on and on.

  • Children swapped paint colors and brushed designs on their canvases while gathered at tables outside of the Nelson County Public Library. The evening of outdoor art was part of the On the Move Art Studio’s tour through Nelson County, which continues with a stop in New Haven July 31.

    The idea came after social worker Josh Nadzam and artist Kathy Werking teamed up to bring art to kids in need.

  • Woodlawn United Methodist Church social gathering

    Woodlawn United Methodist Church will have a social gathering on Saturday, July 21. Pork chop sandwiches (free while supply lasts) and other goodies will be provided. It all starts at 5 p.m. Gospel music will be provided by Victory Road at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary. The church is located at 4110 Woodlawn Road. Everyone is welcome.

    Community Bible Study — Bardstown Women’s Day Class

  • By Billy Holland

    I’ve heard the old saying that “Life is not a bed of roses” for as long as I can remember. I understand what it’s trying to convey but I’ve also thought that it would not really be all that great to lay down on a bed of sharp thorns. Nevertheless, it’s safe to say our journey will have its ups and downs and unfortunately, most of us will experience our share of hard times.

  • Water quality and water source protection are not only important, they are one of the many topics about which the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are focused on educating the public.

    Recently, Nazareth was the host of a training workshop aimed at teaching volunteers how to test local water quality throughout the year.

  • Woodlawn United Methodist Church social gathering

    Woodlawn United Methodist Church will have a social gathering on Saturday, July 21. Pork chop sandwiches (free while supply lasts) and other goodies will be provided. It all starts at 5 p.m. Gospel music will be provided by Victory Road at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary. The church is located at 4110 Woodlawn Road. Everyone is welcome.

    Community Bible Study — Bardstown Women’s Day Class