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Reflections for the Fortnight for Freedom – Day 4 June 24, 2012

On his part, man perceives and acknowledges the imperatives of the divine law through the mediation of conscience. In all his activity a man is bound to follow his conscience faithfully, in order that he may come to God, for … Continue reading

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Reflections for the Fortnight for Freedom – Day 2 June 22, 2012

It is in accordance with their dignity as persons—that is, being endowed with reason and free will and therefore privileged to bear personal responsibility—that all men should be at once impelled by nature and also bound by a moral obligation … Continue reading

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Reflections for the Fortnight for Freedom – Day 1 June 21, 2012

These reflections and readings from the Vatican II document Declaration on Religious Liberty (Dignitatis Humanae) are intended for daily use during the Fortnight for Freedom, a national campaign designated by the U.S. Catholic bishops for teaching and witness in support … Continue reading

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