The Catholic Conference of Kentucky (CCK) was created in 1984 by the Roman Catholic bishops of Kentucky. Its mission is to represent the Church and the state’s four Roman Catholic dioceses in public policy matters on both the state and federal level. Read more about the Catholic Conference of Kentucky:
The Catholic Conference of Kentucky’s website shares our thoughts on current public-policy matters as they relate to the Roman Catholic Church and Kentucky's four dioceses.
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