Prayer for Religious Freedom

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is asking all of us to take part in the Fortnight for Freedom from June 21st – July 4th.  This is a time for all the faithful to unite in prayer, penance and action for the protection and preservation of religious freedom.   Click here for the USCCB website where you will find prayers, pamphlets and other information on how you can take part in the Fortnight for Freedom, including links to local diocesan events.

We are grateful and blessed to live in a country founded on Judeo-Christian principles which affords our God-given right to religious liberty. Freedom is not only a gift from God, but a responsibility which in turn requires our vigilance.  Let us be vigilant in prayer and hope, because as Pope Benedict XVI reminds us, “God is the foundation of our hope: not any god, but the God who has a human face and has loved us to the end.”

USCCB Prayer for the Protection of Religious Liberty

6 thoughts on “Prayer for Religious Freedom

  1. Pingback: Prayer For Religious Freedom | Sidewalks Chalk

  2. Dear Sisters, I recently learned of you on the Sonrise Morning Show, and made my first soap order. Thank you for your service. My family will pray for you, and we look forward to trying your soaps.

  3. Dear Sisters! I just wrote a prayer request in the column of Nonnavita. Thank you in advance for your prayers. I am so glad that you founded a new monastery here in Texas. I think it is more than 2 hours to get there from our place here in Austin area. I will surely visit your place in case we get to visit San Antonio. Please include me and my family in your daily prayers. Thank you! Praying for you all! GOD bless always!

  4. Dear Sisters,
    Your presence in San Antonio is an answer to my prayers! Thanks be to God! Every special occasion gift I give will include your soap to help build the monastery…one bar at a time.

    God’s grace and blessings always,
    JR-A

  5. Dear Sister, had a blast meeting ya’ll yesterday, so glad you’re here in Texas, look forword to hearing and God willing, seeing more of you. Thank you so much for all yor service, you’ll be in my daily prayers. God bless you all. Ellie

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