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Prolife Supporters Gathered in Frankfort to Support SB 3 & SB 802 Feb

Kentucky Right to Life sponsored its annual gathering in the Capitol Rotunda last week to support Senate Bill 3 defining conditions under which informed consent may be given and Senate Bill 8 requiring an ultrasound, but keeping it optional regarding whether or not the patient watches it. Bishop Ronald W. Gainer, in one of his […]
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Pope Francis Appoints Bishop Gainer to Harrisburg Diocese24 Jan

Pope Francis has appointed Lexington Bishop Ronald W. Gainer to the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Here is the statement from Bishop Gainer: “Today at 10:00 a.m. there will be a press conference at the Harrisburg Catholic Center and I will be introduced as the next Bishop of Harrisburg. I learned of my transfer from the […]
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Catholic Health Care: the Church’s Work of Evangelization23 Oct

“The Church exists to evangelize and Catholic Health Care is fundamentally an expression of the Church’s work of evangelization.” Bishop Ronald Gainer Bishop of Lexington The Future Landscape of Health Care in Kentucky served as the theme for the annual summit hosted by the Catholic Conference in Louisville for administrators and other leaders in the […]
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Kentucky’s Catholic Bishops Urge Government to Honor the Constitution09 Feb

UPDATE – February 13, 2012 – For up-to-date information on what the bishops are saying about the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services mandate that infringes on the right of the Church to practice our faith, visit the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ website. Use the link below to write Congress and […]

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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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