Fortnight For Freedom

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has announced a special time for prayer and education including the 14 days from June 21 – the vigil of the Feasts of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More, great martyrs who remained faithful in the fact of religious persecution – to July 4, Independence Day.  This time period, called the “Fortnight for Freedom,” will be dedicated to prayer, study, catechesis, and public action about both our Christian and American heritage of liberty.

 

NEW- Text Freedom (for English) or Libertad (for Spanish) to 377377 to join the movement! More information can be found here

 

USCCB Statement and Additional Background Resources

Our First Most Cherished Liberty

Document Study Guide

USCCB Fact Sheet (Threats Abroad)

USCCB Fact Sheet (Examples of Threats)

USCCB Response to Supreme Court Decision 6/28/2012

 

 

Archbishop Kurtz Writes About Religious Freedom

Recent Columns

Letter to pastors from Archbishop Kurtz

 

Parish Resources

Fortnight Daily Reflections

Homily Helps

Samples of Homilies

Homily Notes for Father’s Day

Prayers (English) to be prayed at Mass

Prayers (Spanish) to be prayed at Mass

Prayer Cards (longer version) in English
- Mary Immaculate
- Our Lady of Guadalupe
- St. Thomas More

Prayer Cards (longer version) in Spanish
- Mary Immaculate
Our Lady of Guadalupe
St. Thomas More

Click here to order the prayer cards from the USCCB

Bulletin Insert (April-May)

Bulletin Insert-English/Color (June)

Bulletin Insert-English/Black and White (June)

Bulletin Insert-Spanish/Color (June)

Bulletin Insert-Spanish/Black and White (June)

Bulletin Blurbs

Scriptural Resources

Prayers of the Faithful

Litany for Liberty

Memo to Pastors: Fortnight for Freedom

Memo to Pastors: Electronic/On-line Resources

 

 

For more information on the topic of Religious Freedom click here

 

Fortnight For Freedom Graphics and Downloads

USCCB Resources