The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is holding its annual Fortnight for Freedom, a special time for prayer, education, and action. The Fortnight includes 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. The theme for 2015 is “Freedom to Bear Witness,” which focuses on how religious freedom enables us to bear witness to the truth of the Gospel.
2015 Fortnight for Freedom Resources
Downloadable Prayer Cards (longer version) in English:
Downloadable Prayer Cards (longer version) in Spanish:
Fortnight for Freedom Bulletin Blurbs in English and Spanish
Pope Francis on Religious Freedom
14-Day Reflections on Dignitatis Humanae/En Español
Fact Sheet: Frequently Asked Questions/En Español
Fact Sheet: Current Threats to Religious Liberty/En Español
Fact Sheet: International Religious Freedom in the Cradle of Christianity/En Español
Fact Sheet: Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) Works
For other fact sheets, go here.
Archbishop Kurtz: Is the Legal System Ready for all of the Acrimony Over Matrimony?
A Call to Prayer Facebook Page
Fact Sheet: Texting Campaign
Catholic Conference of Kentucky Faithful Citizen Advocate Sign-up
USCCB Action Alert Center
Sign up for the Call to Prayer: Pledge to Fast – Intentions and Reflections
USCCB Additional Resources