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Fortnight for Freedom - Reflections

 

closing-mass-2014-attendee-rosary-flag-jacket-cns-montageThis year marks the 50th anniversary of the Vatican II document Declaration on Religious Liberty (Dignitatis Humanae, Of Human Dignity).  These reflections and articles are intended for daily use during the Fortnight for Freedom, and the readings and the questions that follow can be used for group discussion or for personal reflection.

Continuing the Search for Religious Liberty, The Contribution of Dignitatis Humanae
April 21, 2015, Archbishop William E. Lori

Of Human Dignity, The Declaration on Religious Freedom at 50
March 18, 2015, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, OFM Capuchin, First Things

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