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Fortnight for Freedom Begins26 Jun

Dr. Bill Henard, Rev. Chad Grissom, Pastor Wayne Holcomb, Jason Hall, and Rev. Lee McCleod

On Thursday, June 21, the Diocese of Lexington kicked off the Fortnight for Freedom with an ecumenical panel discussion on the HHS Mandate and its potential impact on religious liberty. The panelists were Dr. Bill Henard from Porter Memorial Baptist Church, Rev. Chad Grissom from Trinity Christian Fellowship, Pastor Wayne Holcomb from Wellington Church, Jason Hall from the Catholic Conference, and Rev. Lee McCleod from St. Aidan’s Anglican Church.

Two days earlier, Fr. Pat Delahanty and Jason Hall of CCK spoke to a crowd of over 600 people in the Diocese of Covington, also on the topic of religious liberty. Over 200 signed up to be Faithful Citizen Advocates, joining CCK’s efforts to bring the Catholic voice to the public square. You can become a Faithful Citizen Advocate by signing up here.

Photo: Norma Flores

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