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06/22/2017

From 2012:

Father Robert Reed leads this reflection for the second day of the Fortnight for Freedom.

06/21/2017

Watch The CatholicTV Network Fortnight for Freedom programming from June 21 to July 4 to rally support for the protection of religious freedom in the United States. Throughout the two week period called for by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Bishop Robert Reed, president of CatholicTV has recorded daily reflections on the theme of religious freedom. Called "Our First Most Cherished Liberty", the reflections are drawn from the USCCB's A Statement on Religious Liberty and each closes with a prayer and be seen on demand here at the website for America's Catholic Television Network.

Tune in the fortnight’s Opening Mass June 21 at 7 pm from the Basilica of the National Shrine of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, celebrated by Archbishop of Baltimore, William Lori (rebroadcast midnight).

This YouTube playlist features A Rosary for Our Nation and Bishop Reed's reflections.

all times Eastern | subject to change

 

06/21/2017

From 2012:

Father Robert Reed leads this reflection for the first day of the Fortnight for Freedom.

06/21/2017

Archbishop William Lori celebrates Fortnight for Freedom Opening Mass at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 

06/15/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Thursday Press Conference

  • Bishop Christopher Coyne
  • Archbishop WIlliam Lori
  • Archbishop Jose Gomez
  • Bishop Oscar Cantu
  • Bishop Frank Dewane
06/15/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Thursday Open Session

06/15/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Wednesday Afternoon Press Conference

  • Bishop Chris Coyne
  • Cardinal Daniel DiNardo
  • Bishop Edward Burns
06/14/2017

From Ss. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Indianapolis, Mass of Prayer and Penance in response to a call from Pope Francis for all episcopal conferences across the world to have a Day of Prayer and Penance for victims of sexual abuse within the Church. Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston and President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, principal celebrant. Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, of Atlanta, homilist.

06/14/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Wednesday Afternoon Session

 

06/14/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Wednesday Morning Session

Dr. John Cavadini leads presentation on Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment

06/14/2017

From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Wednesday Morning Session

  • Greeting from Archbishop Christoph Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States
  • National Advisory Council Report
  • Progress report from the National Review Board on the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People
  • Presentation of amendable action items (to be voted on Thursday)

 

01/17/2017

Funeral Mass for Archbishop Patrick Flores con-clebrated by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo and hundreds of clergy in San Fenrando Cathedral.

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From Indianapolis: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops 2017 Spring General Assembly

Wednesday Afternoon Session

 

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