Commenting policy

This blog adheres to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s comment policy, originally written for Facebook:

The purpose of this blog is to provide an interactive forum where readers can gather and discuss information about the wide range of issues addressed by the work and mission of the Catholic Conference of Kentucky (CCK).

Followers are encouraged to post questions, comments and concerns, but should remember this is a moderated online discussion hosted by CCK.

CCK appreciates healthy, constructive debate and discussion; that means we ask that comments be kept civil in tone and reflect the charity and respect that marks Christian discourse.

Comments will not be removed simply because they express opinions in disagreement with the CCK.

However, comments that may be deleted include those that contain:

  • vulgar language
  • personal attacks and inflammatory remarks against a person or group
  • content and comments that are off topic
  • spam
  • links to sites that contain offensive material or attack CCK and its mission
  • promotion of services, products, political organizations, and agendas
  • information that is factually incorrect

CCK reserves the right to remove posters who violate this policy.

Comments left by others on this page do not reflect the views of CCK.

Latest news

Bishops’ Statement on Passage of HB 563 – School Choice
The Bishops of Kentucky have issued the following statement following the passage of HB 563. A PDF copy of the statement may be downloaded by clicking here. We applaud the Kentucky legislature for the passage of House Bill 563. This legislation provides more opportunities for parents with limited financial means to decide where their children […]

KY House Passes Educational Choice Bill for Public and Certain Non-Public School Families
House Republicans recently combined Education Opportunity Account legislation with another bill, HB 563, that deals with enrollment at public schools, and considered the combined bills for a vote today. But the new HB 563 initially prohibited Catholic school and other non-public school families from receiving tuition assistance. Thankfully, Rep. Matt Lockett put forth a floor […]

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