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St. Peter Claver Catholic Church will hold prayer rally for interracial healing

St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Lexington is planning a prayer rally Thursday night for interracial healing. 

Catholic diocese says members can skip weekend services

Catholics still will celebrate mass but members are absolved of the obligation to attend.

Shelter reacts to homeless deaths in Lexington

People at Lexington's The Catholic Action Center are reacting to the deaths of two homeless men who reportedly froze to death.

Cardinal Pell sent to prison for abusing 2 boys in Australia

The most senior Catholic convicted of child sex abuse was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison for molesting two choirboys in an Australian cathedral in a crime the judge said showed “staggering arrogance.”

Ky pair in same-sex SCOTUS ruling start scholarship

To help Catholic LGBT students at the University of Louisville

Catholic bishop working on transparency in sex abuse cases

OWENSBORO, Ky. (AP) - A Catholic bishop in Kentucky says his diocese is working to be more transparent about how sex abuse allegations are...

Catholic Church puts LGBTQ+ friendly banner out to celebrate Pride Month

Lexington's Pride Festival is Saturday and to celebrate Pride Month one nearby catholic church has put out a sign saying all, including those in the LGBTQ community are welcome and encouraged to join its parish.

High school scores and highlights (10-13-17)

Alex Risen breaks down the action across Central Kentucky.

High school highlights & scores (10-6-17)

Alex Risen and Bryan Kennedy break down all the action from across Central Kentucky bringing you a dozen games!

Louisville priest sentenced in sex abuse summer camp case

A Catholic priest has been sentenced to serve two years in prison after pleading guilty to sexual abuse charges brought by a victim who says he was abused in the 1970s at a church summer camp.

Joint Catholic-Lutheran events scheduled to mark 500th anniversary of Protestant Reformation

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lexington and the area’s Lutheran community will mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in October with a month-long slate of joint events.

Catholic Action Center’s new building already packed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - The Catholic Action Center has been in its new building for about three weeks and workers say it is already...

Kentucky Catholic priest reaches plea deal on sex abuse

A Catholic priest has reached a plea agreement on sexual abuse charges that occurred at a summer camp in Kentucky that he ran for decades.

Lexington church hopes to start conversation

Two banners now hang outside Saint Paul Catholic Church on West Short Street welcoming immigrants and refugees.

HS hoops highlights & scores (2-24-17)

Alex Risen and Kennedy Hardman break down the district title action across Central Kentucky.

Volunteers Start Setting Up the Faith and Community Christmas Store

Volunteers are busy setting up for the annual Faith and Community Christmas Store.

Lexington combines homeless facilities

Lexington’s homeless population will soon be getting a new facility.

Homeless shelters preparing for influx during cold snap

To help keep the homeless from the elements the Catholic Action Center will be expanding its hours and will remain open for the next 24 hours. They say they plan to keep that schedule until the weather breaks.

Statue damaged at Lexington church

A local church says one of its statues was badly damaged and they don't know if it can be fixed.

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