USCCB: pray, fast for religious freedom
Catholic World News - July 05, 2013
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has asked Catholics to pray, fast, and abstain from meat on July 5 “for the protection of religious freedom for all people of faith.”
“In the current struggle for religious freedom, let us be mindful of the totality of Christ's love,” a USCCB flyer stated. “The freedom to embrace that expansive love, and to act in response to it, is both a right that belongs to all people and something that we must act vigilantly to protect.”
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