The Record staff relies upon Catholics from around the Archdiocese of Louisville to share what’s happening in their parishes, schools and Catholic organizations. We write each week about the good work of the people of the archdiocese in feature stories, news stories, calendar listings and news briefs. Submit news or current events information for our consideration.
The Record also prints wedding anniversary announcements for couples celebrating 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 years or more of marriage. If you would like your wedding anniversary to be featured, please submit an Anniversary Announcement form.
Engaged couples may also announce their plans to marry in the Bridal Issue, printed twice a year. If you would like your bridal announcement to be featured, please submit a Bridal Announcement form.
The Record would like to show the world what makes your local parish special.
Open to professionals and amateurs, The Record invites you to submit high-resolution digital photographs of the special places or moments that make your parish interesting and unique, including landscapes, architectural details or religious sites worth exploring, as captured through your lens. If you would like your photos to be featured in The Record, please fill out a Photo Submission form.
Letters to the Editor, opinion pieces and online comments
Letters to the editor and opinion pieces may be submitted to the editor, Marnie McAllister, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters should not exceed 300 words. Opinion pieces, published as “A Time to Speak,” should be between 500 and 600 words and submitted to email@example.com. A high-resolution digital headshot and one biographical sentence that includes your parish should accompany your submission.
A note about our policy:
The Record only publishes letters to the editor, opinion pieces, online comments, advertising and columns that are consistent with the fundamental beliefs (Creed) and authoritative teaching (Catechism) of the Catholic Church. We will not run submissions that disagree with the Holy See. The editor will consider submissions that disagree with The Record’s coverage or that disagree with practical issues or administrative decisions of the church. Letters, advertisements and other submissions that attack a private individual or organization will not be considered for publication. Submissions may be edited.