Rally for Religious Freedom

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Mark Tribby holds a religious flag as local Catholics gather on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Father Jerry Ragan addresses local Catholics who have gathered on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Local Catholics sing the National Anthem as they gather on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Local Catholics gather on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Father Jerry Ragan addresses local Catholics who have gathered on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Father Jerry Ragan addresses local Catholics who have gathered on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Father Jerry Ragan addresses local Catholics who have gathered on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Mark Tribby holds a religious flag as local Catholics gather on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Father Jerry Ragan addresses local Catholics who have gathered on the steps of Church of the Most Holy Trinity, just down the street from the federal courthouse in Augusta, for a second annual Rally for Religious Freedom, Monday, June 24, 2013, in Augusta, Georgia. The event is part of the Fortnight for Freedom, a two-week period of prayer and events that began June 21 and ends on Independence Day. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops called for the Fortnight for Freedom to address “current challenges to religious liberty,” including Department of Health and Human Services mandates, certain state immigration laws, and, potentially, the Supreme Court rulings on marriage, among other issues. TODD BENNETTSTAFF

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