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MARK SCHLACHTENHAUFEN | THE EDMOND SUN Archdiocese of Oklahoma Archbishop Paul Coakley discusses the second annual ecumenical prayer campaign known as Fortnight for Freedom, which begins Friday.
Catholic leaders mark Fortnight for Freedom
Local Catholic leaders are calling for believers to join an interfaith prayer campaign promoting renewed respect for life, traditional marriage and religious liberty.
On the eve of a pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding same sex marriage, and the Aug. 1 deadline for religious organizations to comply with the HHS mandate, which forces employers to pay for contraceptive services despite their religious and moral objections, U.S. bishops called for the second annual Fortnight for Freedom June 21-July 4.
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