Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Five Things To Remember On June 25

1. People are engaging in the Fortnight for Freedom until July and religious liberty issues are front and center in the country. Find out what the Fortnight is about and what is happening in the country in this short video:

2. LeBron James might be filing for free agency, but Pope Francis says there can't be any free agents when it comes to going to church.

3. Immigration issues are making headlines again. In less than two weeks, the National Migration Conference will take place in Washington with the theme “In Faith, In Solidarity, In Service.” The conference will focus on the Catholic Church’s response to the challenges and hardships refugees, immigrants, migrants, trafficking victims, and other persons on the move face in the United States and throughout the world. Find out more.

4. Archbishop Charles Chaput took the mound in Philadelphia, throwing out the first pitching at Citizens Bank Park for Catholic Charities' annual night at the ballpark.

5. God loves you.

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