Religious Liberty


Religious Liberty is especially important for us Americans.  After all, the pilgrims came here for religious freedom.  What happened after that is well, human concupiscence.  The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is planning a Fortnight for Freedom.  On June 21 (I'll remind you.) we are invited to pray a fortnight until July 4th, for religious freedom in our country.  There are suggestions for the fortnight, also.

Fortnight Spotlight...

Fortnight for Freedom in U.S. Church. . . 
May 5, 2015, Vatican Radio

Religious Liberty and the Practice of Charity
John Garvey, J.D., President, Catholic University of America
ISIS and Indiana: The Global Crisis of Religious Liberty and Catholic Responsibility. . . 
Thomas Farr, Ph.D., Director, Religious Freedom Project, Georgetown University
Help Persecuted Christians and Support Traditional Families. . . 
Helen Alvaré, J.D., Professor of Law, George Mason University
Religious Freedom is Under Stress, Red Mass Homily. . . 
April 23, 2015, Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski
Fortnight for Freedom 2014 Closing Homily
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, USCCB President, Archdiocese of Louisville
Fortnight for Freedom 2014 Opening Homily
Archbishop William E. Lori, Archdiocese of Baltimore
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  You may find more information on the Conference's site. http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/religious-liberty/fortnight-for-freedom/ 

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