Fortnight for Freedom Parish Activities

Annunciation Catholic Church, Longwood

  • June 21: We begin with prayer.  Eucharistic Adoration to follow the 7am Mass and end at 12noon.
  • June 24: Community Bar-B-Q featuring fun, food and fellowship and educational opportunities on Religious Liberty. 1pm – 3pm in the Life Center
  • June 26: All of the Parishes in the Deanery are invited to a Mass for Religious Liberty. 7pm at Annunciation Catholic Church
  • July 2: Please join us as we welcome nationally recognized speaker on religious liberty, Mathew Staver,  founder of the Liberty Counsel at 7pm in the Life Center.
  • July 4: We end with prayer.  Eucharistic Adoration to follow the 7am Mass and end at 12 noon with the ringing of our church bells.
  • For more information on these events, please go to annunciationorlando.org/fortnight

Blessed Sacrament, Clermont

  • June 16-17:  Prayer pamphlets to parishioners, encouraging all to pray during Fortnight for Freedom
  • June 21-22:  8:30am Mass including prayer for religious freedom
  • June 23-24:  Information on Letter Writing Campaign to US Senators and Congressmen
  • June 25-26:  8:30am Mass including prayer for religious freedom
  • June 26:  Eucharistic Adoration, 9:30am – 8:00pm
  • June 27:  8:30am and 7:00pm Mass (Spanish) including prayer for religious freedom
  • June 28-29:  8:30am Mass including prayer for religious freedom
  • July 2-4:   8:30am Mass including prayer for religious freedom
  • July 4:  7:00pm Mass (Spanish) including prayer for religious freedom

Holy Family, Orlando

  • June 19: 40 Hours of Devotion to the Most Holy Sacrament at 9pm in the Main Church
  • June 21: Virtue Adventures – Love for the Church – Summer Program for Children, 9am in PLC
    • Fortnight for Freedom Opening Mass at 7pm in the Main Church
    • Movie, “A Man who became Pope – The Heroic True Story of John Paul II” Part 1, 8pm in PLC
  • June 22:  Virtue Adventures – Love for the Church – Summer Program for Children, 9am in PLC
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7pm in the Main Church
    • Movie, “A Man who became Pope – The Heroic True Story of John Paul II” Part 2, 7:30pam in PLC
    • Showing of “Catholicism: It’s Your Story” by Fr. Robert Barron, 7:30pm, ROOM 3
  • June 23: Family Night for Freedom hosted by the Men of Holy Family, 5:30pm, PLC
    • Movie: “Liberty Kids”, 7:30pm, PLC
  • June 24: Speaker: Steve Ray, “Swimming Upstream”, 7:30pm, PLC
  • June 25
    • Virtue Adventures – Respect, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • Why Religious Liberty? Understanding the HHS Mandate, 7:30pm
    • Catholicism: It’s Your Story…, 7:30pm
    • Religious Liberty Hospitality Room 7:30pm
  • June 26
    • Virtue Adventures – Secret Sacrifice, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • Obstacles in Leading a Christian Life, 7:30pm
    • Why Religious Liberty? Understanding the HHS Mandate, 7:30pm
    • Catholism: It’s Your Story… 7:30pm
    • Religious Liberty Hospitality Room, 7:30pm
  • June 27
    • Virtue Adventures – Careful Speech, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • Movie: A Man for All Seasons, 7:30pm
  • June 28
    • Virtue Adventures – Loyalty, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • Compete! Conquer! Called!, 7:30pm
    • Why do Catholics think that?, 7:30pm
    • The Beatitudes Applied, 7:30pm
    • Religious Liberty Hospitality Room, 7:30pm
  • June 29
    • Virtue Adventures – Responsiblity, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • Family Brain Bowl, 7:30pm
  • June 30
    • Hungry? Come to be fed, 6:00pm
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7;00pm
    • Catholicism: It’s Your Story…, 7:30pm
    • David versus Goliath: Understanding Catholic Action, 7:30pm
  • July 1
    • Breakfast and Learn at the MOHF Pancake Breakfast, after the 8:45am & 10:30am Masses
    • Why Religious Liberty? Understanding the HHS Mandate, 7:30pm
    • Catholicism: It’s Your Story…, 7:30pm
    • Religious Liberty Hospitality Room, 7:30pm
  • July 2
    • Virtue Adventures- Evangelization, 9:00am
    • Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
    • The Beatitudes Applied for Teens, 7:30pm
    • Catholicism: It’s Your Story…, 7:30pm
    • Being a Witness for Christ, 7:30pm
    • Religious Liberty Hospitality Room, 7:30pm
  • July 3
    • Virtue Adventures – Faith
    • Fortnight for Freedom Barbeque, 5:00pm
    • Fornight for Freedom Evening Prayer, 7:00pm
  • July 4
    • Fortnight for Freedom Closing Mass, 8:30am
    • 1776 Hours of Adoration for Religious Liberty to begin on July 4. Visit the Adoration chapel 24/7.

    Holy Name of Jesus, Indialatic

  • Public Square Rosary – Sat, Jun 30, after the 8:30 am Mass. Join us (bring friends and family) for a Procession with our Blessed Mother to the church property adjacent to AlA, where we will recite the Rosary publicly and ask her intercession for God’s wisdom for our country.
  • Rosary & Benediction – Wed, Ju14, after the 8:30 am Mass in the Church. This will be the culmination of Fortnight For Freedom; however, not the end of this religious freedom effort which will continue through October. See upcoming bulletins and our website for on-going activities.
  • Please note: There is also a Novena available to pray beginning Monday, June 25, and concluding on Tuesday July 3. ” Daily prayers can be found at www.hnj.org.

Holy Spirit, Mims

  • Daily: Divine Mercy Chaplet, during weekday Masses
  • June 21: Patriotic Rosary with Eucharistic Adoration, 7pm
  • June 26:  Eucharistic Adoration
  • June 27: Eucharistic Adoration
  • June 30:  Candlelight Rosary, 4pm
  • July 1: Candlelight Rosary, 8:30am and 11am
  • July 3: Eucharistic Adoration
  • July 4: Eucharistic Adoration
  • July 4: Mass and Balloon Rosary, 9am – Youth of the Holy Spirit (Mims) parish will be creating a helium balloon rosary to fly over the church on the morning of July 4th. Youth will begin gathering at 7 AM at the church at 2309 Holder Rd., Mims. Please contact church office at 321-269-2282 for more information.

Most Precious Blood

  • June 22: Holy Hour, immediately following the 9AM Mass in the Chapel
  • June 23: Religious Freedom Panel Discussion at 6:30PM in the Parish Life Center
  • June 23/24: Information Table and Letter Writing Campaign to U.S. Senators and Congressmen
  • June 30/July 1: Information Table and Letter Writing Campaign to U.S. Senators and Congressmen

Our Lady of Hope

  • Saturday, June 30 –  Eucharistic Rosary at 8 AM & Benediction at 8:45 AM in the Chapel
    • Archbishop Francis Cullikatt Video …..at 5 PM in the Parish Hall
  • Sunday, July 1 – Archbishop Francis Cullikatt Video after Masses
    • Medical/Legal Forum in Parish Hall…… 2:30-4:00 PM
  • Wednesday, July 4 – Special Mass 9:00 AM dedicated to Religious Freedom

Our Lady of Lourdes, Daytona Beach

  • Daily:  From June 25 through July 3, praying the Fortnight for Freedom Novena
  • July 19: Red Mass in memoriam of St. Thomas More and for the elected officials and civil servants of Volusia county, 6pm
  • June 22: Pray, Fasting, and Abstinence
  • June 22-23: Eucharistic Adoration beginning at noon on Friday, June 22 and ending 3pm on Saturday, June 23
  • June 28: Fortnight for Freedom Rally on Granada Bridge, Ormond Beach from 4pm-7pm
  • June 29: Pray, Fasting and Abstinence
  • June 29-30: Eucharistic Adoration beginning at noon on Friday, June 29 and ending 3pm on Saturday, June 30

Prince of Peace, Ormond Beach

  • June 21: Fortnight for Freedom Vigil Mass, 7pm
  • June 22: Presentation on St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher, 1pm and 7pm
  • June 22: Pray, Fasting, and Abstinence
  • June 30: CCW Fortnight for Freedom Dinner, 5pm in the Parish Hall
  • June 28: Rally for Religious Freedom at the Granada Bridge, 4pm-7pm
  • June 29: Pray, Fasting and Abstinence

St. Catherine of Siena, Kissimmee

  • Opening evening prayer on Wed. June 20, 7:00pm to begin the fort night of Freedom, followed by the movie “A man for all seasons”
  • Masses will be offered on June 21, 9:00am Spanish and 6:00 English for the fortnight of Freedom
  • Vigil for Religious Freedom on July 3rd, 7:00 pm with songs and lessons, and we will honor our members and their relatives who have been or are in the armed forces
  • July 4th, trilingual Mass, at 10:00 am

St. Issac Jogues, Orlando

  • Daily: Bilingual hour of prayer in parish hall, 7pm
  • June 27: Bilingual Mass, 7pm

St. James Cathedral, Orlando

  • Daily: Religious Liberty Reflection and Prayer, 12:45pm in the prayer garden on Orange and Jefferson (approx 10 min.)

St. John the Baptist, Dunnellon

  •  Daily: Will pray the Fortnight for Freedom Novena after the daily 8am Mass

St. John the Evangelist

  • June 28: Fortnight for Freedom Evening Prayer

St. Luke, Barefoot Bay

  • June 27: Fortnight for Freedom Mass, 9am
  • July 4: Fortnight for Freedom Mass, 9am

St. Mary of the Lakes

  • June 26: Mass for Religious Freedom, 8am

St. Margaret Mary, Winter Park

  • June 26: The film “A Man for All Seasons” will be shown at 1pm and 7pm in the Parish Hall
  • June 29: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 8:30am to 8:45 pm followed by Benediction

St. Mary Magdalen

  • Daily:  Adoration available from 9am-7pm in the Eucharistic chapel. Benediction at 6:30pm Monday-Friday and 4:30pm on Saturday.
  • June 23: Rosary for Religious Freedom following the 8am Mass.
  • June 26: Diocesan-wide Mass at 7pm at Annunciation (co-hosted by St. Mary Magdalen).
  • June 29:  XLT – a night of praise and worship, inspirational talks, and adoration beginning at 7pm in the church. Deacon Dave Gray will be the speaker.
  • June 30/July 1:  Letters to legislators after Mass.
  • July 2: Religious Freedom Bible Blitz – Fr. Ed Thompson, Bert Ghezzi, and Brandon Vogt will reflect on the current crisis for America’s religious freedom. 7pm in the church.

St. Timothy

  • June 21: Fortnight Kickoff and Benediction, 7pm in the church.
  • June 22: Speaker – Ray Noble, Esq. on the Constitution and the First Amendment, 11:00am in Rooms 1, 2, 3
  • June 25: Rosary with the Legion of Mary, 11am in Rooms 6 and 7
  • June 26: Speaker –Fr. Bob on Church History and Religious Freedom, 1pm in Rooms 1, 2, 3
  • July 3: Spirit of America Concert, 7pm in the church

St. Vincent de Paul

  • July 4: Adoration with a special prayer for a different branch of the military every hour, from 9am-2:45pm. We encourage those who have served in the Armed Forces to wear their uniforms when coming to pray.

Sts. Peter and Paul

  • July 1: Fortnight for Freedom presentation at the parish picnic at 2:30pm