Opinion Column by: The Catholic Bishops of Kentucky, Archbishop Shelton Fabre, Bishop John Iffert, Bishop John Stowe, OFM, Conv, and Bishop William Medley

Kentucky Bishops: Vote YES on Pro-Life Amendment #2 

Hi there: October is Respect Life Month in the Catholic Church, an annual celebration of the value and dignity of every human person. During this month, Kentucky’s four Catholic Bishops penned the following column encouraging Kentucky’s more than 350,000 Catholics—and all people of faith—to join them in voting Yes on Constitutional Amendment #2 this November. Their full column appears below my email signature.

Thanks,

Jason D. Hall
Executive Director
Catholic Conference of Kentucky

Attorney General Daniel Cameron

OP-ED: Preserving a Pro-Life Kentucky

By Attorney General Daniel Cameron

FRANKFORT, KY (October 25, 2022) –The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade affirms what we all have known—that the U.S. Constitution says nothing about the right to an abortion and that abortion policy must be left to the states. As lawmakers across the country undertake the hard work of legislating in this area, it is inevitable that legal challenges to pro-life laws will arise. That is currently happening in Kentucky. But my office is opposing any judicial action that would create a Kentucky version of Roe.

Opinion Editorial from Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams and Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon: Election Officials are Best Source for Credible Election Information

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Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams and Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon

The November 8, 2022, general election is quickly approaching, and misleading election information is on the rise. Each time you turn on the TV or check your social media feed, you may wonder, “Where do I turn for the actual facts?”

The Problems with the Constitution Have Been Identified in Clay County, Kentucky: OP-ED

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OP-ED by Brent Willoughby

Clay County, KY - Today is Constitution Day in the United States of America and it is the anniversary of the original document being signed in 1787.  Many politicians will make social media posts about it and claim that they are huge supporters of it.  Some truly are, while others see it only as a talking point that may strike a chord with potential voters or as the type of rhetoric that is necessary to appear to be a true lover of individual freedoms.

Sergeant Brent Willoughby U.S.M.C.

REMEMBERING 9/11: A JARHEAD'S PERSPECTIVE 21 YEARS LATER LIVING IN CLAY COUNTY, KENTUCKY

OP-ED by Brent Willoughby

CLAY COUNTY, KY - There are world events that have taken place that will always be remembered by those who were living at the time of those events.  Pearl Harbor. The Bay of Pigs.  The Gulf of Tonkin.  The assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, his brother former Attorney General Robert (Bobby) Kennedy, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Each generation has had to deal with something that is considered life altering and people never forget where they were or what they were doing when those events took place.  These stories are passed down from one generation to the next and are ingrained into our very beings of existence.  My generation's most life altering such event transpired on September the 11th, 2001.

 

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