While considering a bid for higher office, state Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Danville, said he asked God for a sign. The almighty sent him a political consultant, namely Tea Party guru David Adams, who recruited Harmon to join a slate with Louisville businessman Phil Moffett for the state’s number two spot. From the Lexington Herald-Leader: “I […]
The Association of Community Ministries has issued a monetary challenge of $7,000 to East Louisville Community Ministry, Inc. to match funds that will help low-income residents in east downtown neighborhoods.
The sign is bright red and the Swartzentruber Amish do not believe in extravagant displays of color. Instead, they use reflective tape and lanterns.
Ali, arguably the most prominent US Muslim, released aletter he wrote to Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Wednesday.
The February 1st letter asks Khamenei to release Josh Fattal and Shane Bauer, who were arrested while hiking in northern Iraq near the Iranian border.
SNAP was protesting the fact that a former priest who had been convicted of raping a 15-year-old girl served on a council at St. Therese Catholic Church while he was on probation.
The Archdiocese of Louisville says former priest Bruce Ewing should not have been allowed to serve on the council.
SNAP officials are also upset that another priest, Father James Schook, was moved to St. Therese after allegations he sexually abused five boys.
The park is expected to receive about 37.5 million dollars in tax incentives. On WFPL’s State of Affairs Thursday, Beshear said the park will generate jobs, but the developers cannot discriminate based on religion or any other criteria when hiring.
Johnson says he found that the Christians, Jews and pagans of ancient Greece and Rome shared certain ways of being religious, regardless of their differences in doctrine.
Several thousand attendees filed into Freedom Hall for the event, which was part of the annual National Quartet Convention. Palin’s speech was mostly a collection of anecdotes about faith, but she occasionally worked in jabs at the media and political commentary.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will speak at two events in Louisville Thursday. But only one speech is open to the public, and it won’t focus on politics.
Saturday, May 29, 2010 8pm Producer: America Abroad Media Listen Again Religious liberty has been an American institution. But it wasn’t until 1998 that Congress commanded the US to promote religious freedom around the globe. And, in a world where religious intolerance and abuse is on the rise, the secular-minded State Department is conflicted over […]