Religious Freedom Week


The USCCB is celebrating Religious Freedom Week from June 22 through June 29. This year's theme, "Solidarity in Freedom," invites Catholics each day to pray, reflect, and act on different facets of religious liberty, both in the U.S. and abroad.

Religious freedom is both an American value and an important part of Catholic teaching on human dignity. When we promote religious freedom, we promote the common good and thus strengthen the life of our nation and the community of nations. Click here to learn more.

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"At the very heart of human freedom is the right to religious freedom, since it deals with man’s most fundamental relationship: his relationship with God." - Pope John Paul II, Address to Diplomats, January 2005

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