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Cathy Cenzon-DeCarlo, RN, was forced by her employer to participate in a late-term abortion against her deeply-held pro-life beliefs – a major violation of her conscience rights! Urge Congress to support the Conscience Protection Act today! Go to: www.usccb.org/conscience #StandWithCathy 


“It also is important to understand that full religious freedom is a rich reality with broad personal and societal implications. Religious liberty begins with the right to worship according to one's conscience, but it does not end there. Religious freedom covers a broad range of vital activities, from freedom of worship to freedom of conscience, from the right to establish schools and charities to the right to participate in and seek to influence public affairs. Religious freedom is inextricably linked to other fundamental human rights, such as freedom of association, freedom of speech, and the legal recognition of voluntary associations. Religious freedom is a right exercised by both individual persons and religious communities and institutions." -Archbishop Thomas Wenski, in testimony to Congress in 2006

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USCCB Fact Sheet: Current Threats to Religious Liberty

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has developed a Fact Sheet summarizing current threats to religious liberty in the United States. The Fact Sheet is available in English and Spanish.

Conscience Protection Issues in New Hampshire

Learn More about Religious Liberty and Conscience Protection

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The Catholic Church in New Hampshire

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