June 7, 2022

Religious Freedom Week 2022

In the pilgrimage of this life, hidden with Christ in God and free from enslavement to wealth, they aspire to those riches which remain forever and generously dedicate themselves wholly to the advancement of the kingdom of God and to the reform and improvement of the temporal order in a Christian spirit. Among the trials of this life they find strength in hope, convinced that “the sufferings of the present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory to come that will be revealed in us” (Rom. 8:18). -Apostolicam actuositatem, 4

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 USCCB invites Catholics to prayreflect, and act to promote religious freedom. The theme for this year is Life and Dignity for All

Learn more at www.usccb.org/committees/religious-liberty/religious-freedom-week!

www.usccb.org/freedom
Twitter: @USCCBFreedom
For text and action alerts, text “FREEDOM” to 84576


Prayer

June 22 – Walking with Moms in Need

June 23 – Church Vandalism

June 24 – Adoption and Foster Care

June 25 – Taxpayer Funding for Abortion

June 26 – Religious Freedom in China

June 27 – Pregnancy Resource Centers

June 28 – Health Care Workers

June 29 – Free Speech

Resources

About Our Patrons: St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher
Lectionary Notes for Sunday, June 26
Downloadable Social Media Graphics