The U.S. bishops have called for a Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and action, to address many current challenges to religious liberty, including the August 1, 2013 deadline for religious organizations to comply with the HHS mandate, Supreme Court rulings that could attempt to redefine marriage in June, and religious liberty concerns in areas such as immigration and humanitarian services.
“Let us travel the path towards unity, fraternally united in charity”. This was
Pope Francis' invitation to His Grace Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury and
Primate of the Anglican Communion, received in audience on Friday morning, 14
June. In his Address, the Holy Father did not forget to mention “the history of
relations between the Church of England and the Catholic Church is long and
complex, and not without pain”.
However recent decades “have been marked by a journey of rapprochement and
fraternity, and for this we give heartfelt thanks to God”.
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