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Fortnight for Freedom events offered in Archdiocese of Baltimore
Jun 23 2016
The Archdiocese of Baltimore will mark the Fortnight for Freedom with special events.

At opening of Fortnight for Freedom, relics resonate with Harford parishioner
Jun 22 2016
"We recognize gratefully the courage of all who are resisting the (HHS) mandate, especially the Little Sisters of the Poor,” Archbishop Lori said.

Q&A with Archbishop Lori on religious liberty: Part II
Jun 20 2016
Archbishop Lori finds encouragement for the Church in religious liberty struggles.

Q&A with Archbishop Lori on religious liberty: Part I
Jun 19 2016
In the first of a two-part report on religious liberty, Archbishop William E. Lori stresses importance of the witness of lay Catholics.

At opening of Divine Mercy University, Archbishop Lori discusses religious freedom
May 26 2016
We must not only be recipients of mercy, said Archbishop Lori, but also agents of mercy.

Court remands two HHS challenges to lower courts ‘in light of Zubik’
May 23 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court in orders issued May 23 remanded two Catholic entities’ legal challenges to the federal contraceptive mandate back to the lower courts.

In French interview, pope talks about religious freedom, abuse crisis
May 17 2016
Governments work best when they are secular, not confessional, but they must give ample space for people to express their religious beliefs, including by respecting the right of conscientious objection, Pope Francis told the French Catholic newspaper La Croix.

U.S. Supreme Court sends Zubik case back to lower courts
May 16 2016
The Zubick v. Burwell case challenges the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive requirement for employers.

Bill would prohibit making religion basis for anyone to enter U.S.
May 13 2016
It would amend the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which changed the way quotas for immigrants are determined.

Theologians’ brief in HHS mandate case might lead to compromise ruling
May 09 2016
If the justices reach a split decision, the contraceptive mandate for religious groups will be interpreted differently in different states.