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Catholic Action: Fortnight (14 Days) of Prayer for Freedom Begins in United States Comments

The Catholic Bishops of the United States called for a fourteen day period of prayer, study, teaching and public action to defend the first freedom, religious freedom. The move is unparalleled in US history. I believe the leadership of Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Archbishop William Lori, and all of the Bishops, will not only bring about the desired result but signals the beginning of a New Catholic Action in the United States.We urge all of our ... Continue Reading

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  1. Edju
    2 years ago

    Are we letting our faith drive our politics, or vice versa? After browsing around this website one has to wonder which really comes first. Our Lord said we are to love God with all our heart, mind, strength and soul. He didn't say anything about engaging in right wing, partisan politics with that same zeal. And that's what this "Fortnight of Freedom" is really all about.

    Fortunately there are a goodly number of believing Catholics who see through this charade. Would that more of us start thinking for ourselves on these issues.

  2. Teddy
    2 years ago

    The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has encouraged the use of social media to defend religious freedom. So in response I am offering my group on Linkedin (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=4461835&trk=hb_side_g) as a forum for those Catholics who support this initiative by U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to defend religious freedom.


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