Kentucky congregation confronts its slaveholding past, works for racial justice

In a walking "pilgrimage for racial justice," 150 or so participants listened to a panel of Sisters of Charity discuss their congregation's own pilgrimage -- from its early years as slaveholders to its efforts today for racial justice.

Group's filters help Navajo Nation have safe drinking water amid pandemic

As the coronavirus digs deeper into Navajo Nation, infecting Native Americans at a higher rate than anywhere in the country, 1,500 miles away a nonprofit in the Archdiocese of Louisville is working to ease the suffering.

Woman religious makes inroads in eradicating cholera in Haiti

As Sr. Larraine Lauter held the tiny hand of an infant patient at a cholera clinic in Verrettes, Haiti, two years ago, she made a silent promise.