Thursday, April 22, 2004

Kentucky News Briefs

Catholic agency gets new logo

COVINGTON - Catholic Social Services, which serves more than 12,000 people with its faith-based programs, has adopted the nationally known logo of Catholic Charities, replacing the familiar leaf logo. The symbol will help recognize the group's ties with the Diocese of Covington, said Matt Hollenkamp of Catholic Social Services. Among the services are involvement with teachers, parents and students in 20 different schools; family counseling; adoption services; housing services and credit repair. Catholic Social Services recently completed the renovation of the Latonia Community Partners building on 3629 Church St.

Courthouse Commandments

The Fleming County Fiscal Court has voted unanimously to place the Ten Commandments in the courthouse. Bill Wesley and Lynn Daniels, who represent Body of Christ Ministries, asked fiscal court members to allow them to post a framed copy of the Ten Commandments and nine other historical documents in the courthouse in Flemingsburg in northeastern Kentucky. County attorney John Price warned the court a lawsuit could be forthcoming if the Ten Commandments are posted. Wesley and Daniels are trying to get the Ten Commandments in courthouses across the state. Wesley said his mission is to get as many counties as possible to post the Ten Commandments before he focuses on Lexington. The framed documents would count as a gift to the county.

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