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Taking Easter Seriously? Visiting Prisoners? Welcoming Strangers?09 Apr

It is a time of Easter joy and here are a couple of opportunities to put faith into practice, to celebrate the life Jesus won for us by his death and resurrection. To help you celebrate we are happy to announce the following two events designed to give you the tools you need to advocate […]
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Time to pass just and compassionate immigration reform07 Jan

Many dioceses throughout the nation are observing this year’s celebration of National Migration Week. The primary theme of this year’s celebration is  “We are Strangers No Longer: Our Journey of Hope Continues.” This year’s National Migration Week observance and theme commemorate the 10th anniversary of the historic joint pastoral letter of the United States and […]
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Court Upholds Affordable Care Act; U. S. Bishops Will Seek to Fix the Flaws in the Law28 Jun

Supreme Court decision does not address fundamental flaws in the law Legislation still needed to fix conscience, abortion funding, immigration problems In a 5 – 4 decision handed down today, the U. S. Supreme Court has upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). For nearly a century, the Catholic bishops of the United […]
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Supreme Court strikes down most of Arizona’s harsh immigration law; one key element remains.25 Jun

BISHOPS GREET SUPREME COURT DECISION ON IMMIGRATION WITH HOPE, CAUTION The long-awaited decision from the Supreme Court about the constitutionality of SB 1070, the Arizona law that was meant to drive immigrants from that state came down today. The Washington Post reports the following: The court ruled that Arizona cannot make it a misdemeanor for […]
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White House grants DREAMers relief from deportation16 Jun

The Catholic Conference of Kentucky joins with Bishop Jose H. Gomez in welcoming the decision of the President Obama to grant deferred action on deportation for youth who were under age 15 when their parents brought them into the country. On behalf of the U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, he wrote: “Many of these […]

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Bishops Statement on Recent Pro-Life Victories
The Roman Catholic bishops of Kentucky applaud the Kentucky General Assembly for passing, in the 2019 Regular Session, a number of new laws that will provide legal protection for the unborn and support for pregnant women and new parents. Following the passage of a number of pro-life bills in recent sessions, such as protection for […]

Legislative Update – Four Days Left!
Only four legislative days remain in the 2019 Kentucky General Assembly Regular Session. Please take a few moments to contact your state Representative and Senator by following the instructions below or by calling 1-800-372-7181. Two bills of interest to CCK are still alive but need further action to ensure passage. HB 205 – Scholarship Tax Credits – House Bill […]

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