Christ the King sponsors first solo Habitat build
Christ the King parishioner Jim Bryan and Deacon Brian Schulz volunteered for the parish’s first solo Habitat for Humanity build, which will be completed March 21.

Christ the King sponsors first solo Habitat build

The parish raised $63,000 and provided 160 volunteers to make a family’s home ownership dream a reality

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A year after deadly tornadoes, rebuilding and healing continues
One year after deadly tornadoes swept through Middle Tennessee, the rebuilding and healing continues. On March 3, 2021, Catholic Charities invited tornado survivors to participate in a public art project at the McGruder Family Resource Center in North Nashville. Louis Holiday, left, watches as Jackie Gordon adds to the artwork.

A year after deadly tornadoes, rebuilding and healing continues

Parishioners across Middle Tennessee mobilized to help tornado survivors; Catholic Charities continues to offer material support and counseling

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Restoration continues on historic Assumption Church
One year after deadly tornadoes swept through Middle Tennessee, the rebuilding and healing continues. On March 3, 2021, workers at the historic Church of the Assumption in Germantown clean and stack bricks that will be used to rebuild some of the church’s exterior walls, which were damaged in the tornado. The full renovation of the 161-year-old church is expected to take another year and cost around $6 million.

Restoration continues on historic Assumption Church

Structural and masonry work is underway; steeple and stained-glass windows could be re-installed by this summer

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