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Hold firm, stand fast, and insist upon what belongs to you by right as Catholics.- Our First, Most Cherished Liberty
Each year dioceses around the country arrange special events to highlight the importance of defending religious freedom. The Fortnight for Freedom is from June 21—the vigil of the Feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More—to July 4, Independence Day.
In this time of increasing polarization in our culture, we can contribute to a better understanding of religious freedom in a way that respects all people.
This short guide aims help Christians speak with friends and neighbors about religious freedom and work to clear up misconceptions about it.
Let us take a few moments each day from June 21 - July 4 to pray, reflect, and take action on religious liberty, both here in this country and abroad.
Spanish coming soon!
To serve migrants and refugees | en español
To be God's servants first | en español
To care for the sick | en español
To bear witness to Truth | en español
To serve God with our whole lives | en español
To seek the Truth | en español
For Christians in the Middle East | en español
To serve our communities through education | en español
For the freedom of the Church | en español
For the freedom to serve the vulnerable | en español
To build stronger communities | en español
For our brothers and sisters in Mexico | en españolTo promote a culture of freedom for all | en español
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