Fortnight for Freedom/Quincena Por La Libertad | June 21-July 4

fortnight for freedom logo color bi no year animateFortnight for Freedom/Quincena Por La Libertad -- June 21-July 4 -- is a call to fourteen days of prayer, education, and action for religious freedom in the United States and abroad.

This year's theme -- Witnesses to Freedom -- focuses on the lives of women and men of faith, from all over the world, who have borne witness to authentic freedom in Christ.

Two new resources have been developed:

  • a new video on the "Right to Religious Freedom"
  • 14 stories in both English and Spanish of witnesses to freedom including:
  • Bl. Oscar Romero
  • Edith Stein
  • the Coptic martyrs
  • the Little Sisters of the Poor
Right to Religious Freedom Video Witness Stories | English Testigos de La Libertad | Español

Additional Resources

Video | Made for Freedom: Marriage and Religious Liberty Stand -- or Fall -- Together

Watch Video

Updated Logo in English & Spanish | Logo Actualizado en Inglés y Español

Download Logo | Descargar Logo

Parish Guide to Celebrating the Fortnight for Freedom

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Fact Sheets on Current Domestic and International Threats to Religious Freedom
Hojas Informativas Sobre Amenazas Actuales Nacionales e Internacionales a la Libertad Religiosa

Download Fact Sheets | Descargar Hojas Informativas

14-day Study Guide in English and Spanish on Dignitatis Humane
Reflexiones Para de 14 Días en Inglés y Español en Dignitatis Humane

Download Study Guide | Descargar las Guía de Estudio

High School Lesson Plans

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Litany for Liberty

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Prayers of the Faithful

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Eucharistic Holy Hour for Life, Marriage, and Liberty

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More Information

U.S. Catholic Conference Website


Contact Us

Theresa McKenna | Department of Living Justice
Phone: (920) 272-8291
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About Fortnight for Freedom

The Fortnight for Freedom occurs as the Church celebrates a series of great martyrs who stayed faithful despite persecution by political power: St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher, St. John the Baptist, Ss. Peter and Paul, and the First Martyrs of the Church of Rome.