Celebrating the Year of Consecrated Life
“Members of 24 different religious communities in the Archdiocese of Louisville are collaborating on a “very significant service project” in celebration of the Year of Consecrated Life. Over the coming months, the religious communities and their “families” will help build a house, named the Pope Francis House, in Louisville with Habitat for Humanity — some by finances, some by “sweat”, some by providing meals and many by their prayer.”
On May 30, several Passionists from our Sacred Heart Community in Louisville, were members of the crew who “raised the roof” on the house. Scroll down to see pictures of our Passionists “in action.”
Read more about this ambitious project on the Year of Consecrated Life website.
Brother John Monzyk, CP, organizes the team’s work shirts.
All of the crews work diligently to complete the tasks at hand.
Father Francis Cusack, CP, (right), helps
measure and cut the housewrap insulation.
Father David Colhour, CP, secures the housewrap insulation in place.
Our Passionist crew:
(l-r): Brother Kurt Wernert, CP; Father David Colhour, CP;
Father Francis Cusack, CP; Father John Schork, CP, and Brother John Monzyk, CP.