Fortnight for Freedom 2015
Bulletin Inserts, Backgrounders and More
All are invited to join Bishop McManus for a special
Mass for the Protection of Religious Freedom
at 7:00 p.m. on Friday,
, 2015 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in observance of the national
Fortnight for Freedom,
a 14-day period of prayer, education, and action for the protection of our fundamental right to religious liberty. The Mass will be followed by a light reception downstairs in the Cenacle and a presentation on this year’s theme,
Freedom to Bear Witness, by Sister Constance Veit, l.s.p.
Sr. Constance is the communications director for the Little Sisters of the Poor, a religious community dedicated to serving the poor, sick, and elderly. They are one of the many religious non-profits whose very mission is threatened by the government’s HHS mandate. For more information on the Fortnight for Freedom visit
. If you would like to be among the representatives from your parish at the June 26
Mass, please contact your parish office before June 17.
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BULLETIN INSERTS/ HANDOUTS:
Bulletin Insert: Marriage and the Supreme Court
Backgrounder on the Supreme Court Marriage cases
(decision expected in late June)
Note: Bulletin inserts are also available in Spanish The Fact Sheets can be found at www.fortnight4freedom.org and the Life Matters articles at www.usccb.org/respectlife in the Respect Life Program section.
Download logos and graphics for your parish bulletin or website at www.fortnight4freedom.org
Life Issues Forum: "Freedom to Serve" by Tom Grenchik
"Our First, Most Cherished Liberty"
"United for Religious Freedom"
"Dignitatis Humanae" Declaration on Religious Freedom (Reflections on the document can be found here .)
For additional information and resources, visit www.fortnight4freedom.org
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