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Long Island Rally for Religious Freedom - June 29th


United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

(USCCB) has called for a Second "Fortnight for Freedom"


A fourteen day period of prayer, education, and action in support of Religious Freedom June 21 to July 4, 2013. Long Island Rally for Religious Liberty
Americans do not have to choose between their conscience and their country.

Join fellow Long Island Catholics to rally for 1st amendment Religious Freedom at


“Religious Freedom: Our 1st Amendment Right”
Saturday, June 29; 10am to 1pm; St. John the Baptist High School- 1170 Montauk Hwy  West Islip, just West of the Robert Moses Causeway


Please RSVP for rally by June 24 to reserve space. No charge for rally. Refreshments provided.

email: [masked] or call: Ms. Dennicee Spooner [masked] , extension 224

Msgr. Jim Vlaun, President and CEO of Telecare Television, as Master of Ceremonies
Bishop William Murphy, Bishop of Diocese of Rockville Centre ….. “Evangelization and the Preservation of Religious Liberty: A Call to the Laity”
Richard J. J. Sullivan, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Catholic Health Services of Long Island ….. “The Growing Threat to Catholic Health Care”
Eileen Wolf, Barbara Samuells and Long Island parish coordinators of “Catholics for Freedom of Religion”
Student Speech Contest: Presentation of winning speeches and awards

Parish groups educating to preserve 1st Amendment Religious Liberty

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