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Attend a Catholics @ the Capitol Event in Your Area!30 Nov

UPDATE: The December 14 even in Edmonton is at 1:00 Central Time, not 2:00 as originally stated. The list below has been corrected.

As we prepare to begin the 2015 legislative session, each diocese will be hosting at least one Catholics @ the Capitol regional event. Each event is a chance to learn about CCK’s legislative agenda and to interact with local legislators, who are also invited to attend. Make plans today to attend one near you. Below is a complete schedule of events. All times are local.

December 2  -  7:00 pm  -  St. John the Apostle, 515 Broadway, Brandenburg

December 14  -  1:00 pm  -  Christ the Healer, 1610 W. Stockton St., Edmonton

January 10, 2015  -  9:30 am  -  Our Lady of Lourdes, 4029 Frederica St., Owensboro

January 10  -  10:00 am  -  St. Catharine College, Pettus Auditorium

January 14  -  4:00 pm  -  St. Raphael the Archangel, 2900 Bardstown Rd., Louisville

January 17  -  9:30 am  -  Sts. Peter & Paul, 902 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville

January 24  -  9:00 am  -  Jesus Our Savior, 315 Battson Oates Drive, Morehead

January 24  -  1:00 pm  -  Sts. Francis & John, 604 E. Main St., Georgetown

January 31  -  9:30 am  -  Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium, Curia Office, 1125 Madison Ave., Covington

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2 Responses to “Attend a Catholics @ the Capitol Event in Your Area!”

  1. Jan Redle Reply

    I plan on coming to St. Raphael on January 14…have to leave by 5:30 at the latest…will that work?

  2. Darryl Rezac Reply

    I plan on attending this event on this Saturday at Sts. Peter & Paul, 902 E. Ninth St., Hopkinsville, and have invited Senator Stan Humphries and Represenative Kenny Imes.

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