Join fellow Catholics in an exploration of the riches of our Faith.
ASK the big questions about your faith. SEEK answers through study and dialogue. FIND the truth at the heart of the Church.
When? Third Wednesdays of each month from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. in Batcheldor Hall. No pre-registration required. Participants will be required to wear masks and physically distance during the presentations. Contact Sister Augusta if you have any questions!
“First Things First: Hope as an Anchor of the Soul”
Sister Augusta Nickel, O.P., Director of Faith Formation, St. James Catholic Church
Join Sister Augusta to dive into the theology behind this least known theological virtue, and to discuss its relevance for not only our spiritual lives, but also our life in the public square.
“Faithful Citizenship in a Divided Nation”
Mr. Jason D. Hall, Executive Director, Catholic Conference of Kentucky
How are we, as Catholics, supposed to think about voting? Can we support either party today? How can we make a difference beyond the voting booth? Join us as we explore the Church’s answer to these questions and more. There will be a presentation followed by Q&A and further discussion.
Jason Hall, a native of Owensboro, KY, attended Campbellsville University and the University of Kentucky College of Law. Following law school, Jason served as Assistant Daviess County Attorney, working primarily on civil matters involving county government. In 2005, Jason relocated to Frankfort, where he worked for the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet, representing the Department of Corrections. While at Justice, Jason assisted with a complete overhaul of the administrative regulations relating to the Department, and served as the state administrator for the Interstate Agreement on Detainers. He subsequently spent four years as Deputy General Counsel to the Majority Leadership of the Kentucky State Senate, led by Senate President David Williams. In this role, Jason was involved in the development of public policy in several areas, and had the opportunity to work with many public interest groups. Jason lives in Lexington with his wife Jessica and is a member of Holy Spirit Parish.