Louisville cathedral damaged as protests over Floyd death turn violent

Windows of the Cathedral of the Assumption and its offices facing South Fifth Street in downtown Louisville were covered with plywood as a precaution May 30 after a second day of peaceful protests turned to violence and vandalism overnight.

Pandemic fosters creativity as dioceses move through Lent into Holy Week

As Catholics dutifully sit at home, doing their part to protect vulnerable people from COVID-19, the Holy Spirit has been busy inspiring creative ways to minister in the Archdiocese of Louisville and around the world.

Independent investigator issues report on abuse in Louisville Archdiocese

report by an independent investigator into the Archdiocese of Louisville's handling of clergy sexual abuse in the course of 80-plus years begins as a story of failure followed by what the report calls "a sea change."

Kentucky governor signs abortion-related measure 'years in the making'

Louisville Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz and the state's three other Catholic bishops, were among those who welcomed a new abortion law requiring a face-to-face meeting with a health care provider.