The following materials are publicly available in English through the website, and Spanish materials will be posted soon. Please feel free to distribute widely or provide website links:

1. *NEW* Pray-Reflect-Act – A series of short, daily reflections on different aspects of freedom and Christian mission.
2. *NEW* How to Talk about Religious Liberty – In our polarized country, Christians can make a significant contribution by speaking with confidence and respect about issues that are important to us. This short, practical guide aims help Christians talk about the controversial topic of religious freedom.
3. A series of examples of Current Threats to Religious Liberty in the U.S.
4. A series of examples of International Religious Freedom issues
5. 14-Day Study Guide on Dignitatis humanae
6. Religious Liberty High School Lesson Plans
7. Litany for Liberty
8. Prayers of the Faithful (part of the Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage & Religious Liberty)
9. Holy Hour Template (also part of the Call to Prayer)

Fortnight 2017 Talking Points are attached to this letter as well. The materials listed below are available through the Office of Marriage & Family by e-mailing Chris Codden at

1. Daily Homily Helps (for weekday Masses during the Fortnight)
2. Sunday Homily Helps (for June 26 and July 3)
3. Ecumenical Prayer Service Outline
4. Intercessory Prayers for Ecumenical Service
5. Passages from Scripture for use during the Fortnight for Freedom

Additional Link is:  Talking Points

Our diocesan Holy Hour during Fortnight for Freedom will be held on Monday, June 26 at 7 pm at the Cathedral of St Mary.  For more information, click here.

For a PDF of the flyer, click here.


Holy Hour for Fortnight [PDF]




Plaques of the Saints –  These plaques honoring courageous individuals or groups who were witnesses to religious freedom were displayed at the Fortnight for Freedom Holy Hour: