Monday, June 24, 2013

Five Things To Remember On June 24

1. Archbishop William E. Lori kicked off the second Fortnight for Freedom Friday with a Mass attended by hundreds in BaltimoreNation-wide events are underway. The Knights of Columbus hosted a candlelight vigil in Washington near the Capitol Saturday. Follow #Fortnight4Freedom on Facebook and Twitter.

2. Citing our common heritage, Pope Francis told a crowd today that a Christian can't be anti-Semitic.

3. Several U.S. archbishops will receive a pallium from Pope Francis later this week. Here is a primer to learn what it means for leaders of dioceses in San Francisco, Iowa, Portland and Indianapolis. 

4. World Youth Day in Rio is about a month away from starting and you can watch this video of the official anthem. Follow @WYDUSA at Twitter.

5. God loves you.

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