Pray on March 25 for Religious Liberty!

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Do business owners have religious freedom?

Can ‘free citizens’ be forced to pay for child-killing drugs?

On Tuesday, March 25, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in two cases (Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood) that could dramatically alter the future of religious liberty in America.

That’s why we have launched our National Prayer Campaign for Religious Liberty.

The court is set to hear arguments in these critical cases on March 25th – the Feast of the Annunciation. The day when the Blessed Virgin was told by the Angel Gabriel that she would give birth in 9 months to the Savior of the World.

A coincidence? No way.

Religious liberty is at the heart of these court cases. And while the Supreme Court has incredible power, the power of prayer is unmatched.

That’s why we are asking every CV member to commit to praying to Our Lady of the Annunciation. We printed out tens of thousands of prayer cards and sent them to parishes and schools and to CV members nationwide.

This prayer reflection is based on a Marian consecration by Patrick Cardinal O’Boyle, former Archbishop of Washington — and it was prayed in parishes throughout the United States in November of 1959.

Religious liberty has allowed the Church to flourish in this land for two centuries.

At this hour, when the right to practice our faith is on the line, let it be known that we Catholics not only stood our ground – but that we also fell to our knees in prayer.

-CatholicVote.org

CatholicVote’s Religious Liberty Prayer Card (PDF)

 

Prayer for Our Nation

God our Father in Heaven, you chose Mary as the fairest of your daughters; Holy Spirit, you overshadowed Mary at the Annunciation; God the Son, you became incarnate in the womb of Mary, your Mother. In union with Mary, we adore you, the Most Holy Trinity and acknowledge that you, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, hold eternal dominion and authority over all nations.

Most Holy Trinity, we place the United States of America into the hands of Mary Immaculate in order that she may present our country to you. Through her we wish to praise and thank you for the great resources of our land and for the freedom, which has been our heritage. Through the intercession of Mary, have mercy on the Catholic Church in the United States. Grant us peace. Have mercy on our president and on all the officers of our government. Grant us a fruitful economy born of justice and charity. Raise up and protect all of our families. Through the intercession of our Mother, have mercy on the sick, the poor, the tempted, sinners—on all who are in need. Above all, we ask Mary to intercede on our behalf that you would protect our conscience rights and religious freedom, upon which our country was founded.

Mary, Immaculate Virgin, Our Mother, Patroness of our land, we honor you and give ourselves to you. Wrap your mantel of protection around each of us and all our fellow citizens. Protect us from all evil and harm. Pray for us, that acting always according to your will and the Will of your Divine Son, we may live and die pleasing to God.

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47 thoughts on “Pray on March 25 for Religious Liberty!

  1. Linda says:

    Bless you for keeping this before our face and giving us a means to be galvanized to plead for protection of our religious liberties. If only we would hear more of this from the pulpit. We must keep praying.

  2. Bob says:

    Evil prevails when good people do nothing. We need to pray more and not be silent.

  3. manuel buigas says:

    Its about our constitutional right

  4. manuel buigas says:

    for religious liberty

  5. Lee says:

    In answer to Rich – no it doesn’t mean that Mary is telling us something we want to hear. It’s about our Constitutional Rights! Watch Fox & Friends every morning to see how many of our constitutional rights are being destroyed because of Obama.

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