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Bishops Appoint New CCK Executive Director15 Jan

The Roman Catholic Bishops of Kentucky have appointed Jason Hall, as the Executive Director of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky (CCK). Jason Hall succeeds Rev. Patrick Delahanty, who is retiring effective July 1, 2014. Jason is currently serving as the Associate Director of CCK.

Jason Hall

In announcing the appointment on behalf of the bishops of Kentucky, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz said, “Jason has ably served the Catholic Conference of Kentucky as Associate Director, and I am confident in his ability to advocate for the social and moral issues that are consistent with Catholic social teaching and critical to the common good in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. His appointment comes with a strong recommendation from Fr. Pat Delahanty, who has been very appreciative of Jason’s skills and dedication over the last several years. All of the Bishops of Kentucky are deeply grateful to Fr. Pat for his fine service and look forward to working with Jason to continue to keep the Church’s positions before the Commonwealth.”

Photo: Patrick Delahanty

One Response to “Bishops Appoint New CCK Executive Director”

  1. Ken Brandt Reply

    Hi Jason
    Saw you on Journey home today(12-31-16)tremendous program,was this a rerun or first time on for you.(just curious)Ill keep this short ,im going through alot of simuler things that you went through,been amember of baptist,assembly of god, mormanism,all the time seeking deeper relationship with JESUS,then as you ive stumbold across EWTN.havent made the change yet but getting close.
    GOD BLESS
    ken

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