Leadership Convocation 2014

Leadership Convocation 2014

Holy, fully engaged, fully alive parishes focus on forming Disciples on the Way

By Tony Staley

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New Evangelization

New Evangelization

Bishop Ricken outlines a journey of prayer, preaching, teaching and growing in faith

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Girlfriends in God | Advent 2014

Girlfriends in God | Advent 2014

Join women from throughout the diocese for a day of prayer and inspiration

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Under the Microscope

Under the Microscope

Sheila Liaugminas will examine the medical, social and cultural challenges facing society

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Encounter

Encounter

Young adults unite in praise, worship, adoration, reconciliation and fellowship

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Fortnight for Freedom

U.S. Bishops Call for Another Fortnight for Freedom

fortnight-for-freedom-logo-color 2014The U.S. bishops, including Bishop David L. Ricken, have called for a Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer, study and action, to address many current challenges to religious liberty at home and abroad.

Several domestic threats to our first and most cherished freedom include:

  • the August 1, 2013, deadline for religious organizations to comply with the HHS mandate
  • Supreme Court rulings that could redefine marriage in June, and
  • religious liberty concerns in areas such as immigration and humanitarian services

Bishop Ricken is calling on Catholic institutions and people of other faiths to join the national effort to defend religious freedom. He is asking the parishes or clusters of parishes to choose a date during the Fortnight for Freedom -- June 21 to July 4 -- for local special events that would complement the U.S. Bishops' national campaign of teaching and witness for religious liberty.

 


Diocesan Event: July 4, 2014 | Faith on the Fox | Green Bay

Faith on the Fox | July 4, 2014Bishop David Ricken will celebrate Mass at 5 p.m. July 4 as part of Fortnight for Freedom. A meet and greet with Bishop Ricken will follow Mass. Refreshments will be served.

Location

Nicolet National Bank Plaza | 111 N. Washington Street, Green Bay, WI | Map

Contact

Catherine Orr, Director of Living Justice: (920) 272-8299 | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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