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Religious Freedom Week 2021

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Religious Freedom Week

Solidarity in Freedom

June 22-29, 2021

Religious freedom allows the Church, and all religious communities, to live out their faith in public and to serve the good of all. Beginning June 22, the feast of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher, the Diocese of Fort Worth and the USCCB invites Catholics to pray, reflect, and act to promote religious freedom.

Offical web page of the USCCB

To stay up-to-date on current religious freedom issues, sign up for text messages from the USCCB. It's easy. Just text the word "FREEDOM" or "LIBERTAD" to 84576.

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Solidarity means much more than engaging in sporadic acts of generosity. It means thinking and acting in terms of community.

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Equality Act contrary to human dignity, fairness

by Bishop Michael Olson
North Texas Catholic

In March, the U.S. House of Representatives, by a margin of eighteen votes, passed the Equality Act, legislation which would modify the 1964 Civil Rights Act and purports to address issues of discrimination based on...

The United States Capital building.

Supreme Court rules in favor of Catholic agency in foster case

by Carol Zimmermann
Catholic News Service

In a unanimous decision June 17, the Supreme Court said that a Catholic social service agency should not have been excluded from Philadelphia's foster care program because it did not accept same-sex couples as foster parents...


Click on the buttons below each day of Religious Freedom Week 2021 to pray, reflect, and act to promote religious freedom.