Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Five Things To Remember On June 17

1. The March for Marriage will take place Thursday in Washington and Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone wrote a letter to critics of the event, saying, "it affirms the great good of bringing the two halves of humanity together so that a man and a woman may bond with each other and with any children who come from their union." He also invited those critics to speak with him personally.
"That may sound fanciful and far-fetched, but it is true, it is possible.I know it is possible, I know this from personal experience," he wrote. "When we come together seeking to understand the other with good will, miracles can happen."

2. The Fortnight for Freedom begins on June 21 and the 14-day event is highlighting the Church's efforts to fight for its chance to serve the poor according to its faith.

3. Pope Francis continues to focus on corruption in politics, business and churches today

4. Anthony Cirelli, PhD, associate director of the U.S. bishops’ Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, writes about Pope Francis' commitment to Ecumenism.

5. God loves you.

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