Reflections on Religious Liberty, a Fortnight for Freedom


Religious Liberty

If religious liberty is not respected, all people suffer and are deprived of the essential contribution to the common good, be it in education, health care, feeding the hungry, civil rights, and social services that the Church and other people of faith make every day, both here at home and overseas.  -From the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website.

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Fortnight for Freedom


The Vatican II Declaration on Religious Liberty (Dignitatis humanae, Of Human Dignity) guides our work for the promotion of religious freedom.  These reflections and articles are intended for daily use during the Fortnight for Freedom, and the readings and the questions that follow can be used for group discussion or for personal reflection. -From the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website.

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