The Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate the annual Fortnight for Freedom from June 21-July 4, during which we will celebrate and give thanks for the religious freedom we enjoy in our country. We will also pray that we may continue to enjoy the protection to worship in freedom.
The theme of this year’s Fortnight for Freedom is “Freedom to Serve.” During these days we will reflect on the fact that our religious freedom grants us the right and the responsibility to serve our fellow man.
For this theme, we will be studying Dignitatis Humanae, a Declaration on Religious Freedom by Pope Paul VI. We will be providing daily emails breaking down Dignitatis Humanae into small segments with a few reflection questions to help everyone understand what it means to practice one’s faith in the world.
Pray the Patriotic Rosary with the St. Theresa/St. Thomas Respect Life Team.
We will have booklets on hand to offer praise for the freedoms we still enjoy and ask for blessings on our country. To view the booklet: www.patrioticrosary.com or http://kefishing.com.
Food and fellowship to follow in the Gathering Area of the church!