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200 Years of Catholicism in Kentucky

(#217) from Louisville Life Program 217 (2008)

A look at the 200-year history of Catholic Church in Kentucky. Rev. Clyde Crews, Archdiocese of Louisville historian, talks about the first archdiocese in Kentucky, located in Bardstown. Sister Martha Jacobs, archivist with the Ursuline Sisters, talks about the nuns who came to the frontier to teach. Dale Cieslik, an archivist with the Archdiocese of Louisville, explains the artifacts at the archdiocese history center. Segment narrated by Candyce Clifft.

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