Rally for Religious Freedom OKC

Due to concerns over threats to religious freedom, both at home and abroad, the Catholic bishops have
called for a “Fortnight for Freedom,” a 14-day period of prayer, education and action in support of religious
freedom, from June 21 to July 4th.
Catholics in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City are answering the call and are organizing a “Rally for
Religious Freedom!” We invite all Christians, our Jewish brothers and sisters, people of other faiths and all
who wish to defend religious freedom!Date and Hours:
– Saturday June 23, 2012
– Starts at 1:00 p.m. (Doors and concessions open at Noon).Admission:
– AdmissionFREE. Donations accepted at arena entrance ($10 suggested donation).
– Seating is general admission.
– Cox Convention Center, 1 Myriad Gardens, Oklahoma City, OK 73102. Click for map & directions

Rally Details:
– Several speakers will address religious liberty, why it is so important to our country, how it is under
threat today and what we can do about it. Speakers include: Archbishop Paul S. Coakley of OKC,
Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Representative Rebecca Hamilton, Pastor Frank Cargill, William Federer,
Prof. Michael Scaperlanda, Prof. Teresa Collett, Steve Ray, Pastor James Taylor, Pastor Ronnie W.
Rogers and more.
– Patriotic music by Mountain Smoke
– Videos on religious freedom

June 23, 2012 – 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Cox Convention Center Arena
The First Amendment
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment
of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or
abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the
right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition
the Government for a redress of grievances.
The Founding Fathers on
Religious Liberty
“It cannot be emphasized too strongly or
too often that this great nation was
founded, not by religionists, but by
Christians; not on religions, but on the
Gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very
reason peoples of other faiths have been
afforded asylum, prosperity and freedom
of worship here.” – Patrick Henry
“To obtain religious as well as civil
liberty, I entered zealously into the
Revolution.… God grant that this
religious liberty may be preserved in
these States, to the end of time, and that
all who believe in the religion of Christ
may practice the leading principle of
charity, the basis of every virtue.” –
Charles Carroll
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Please pray for the success of the rally, for religious liberty both here and in other
nations, and for our leaders to be receptive to God’s will. You can support us by
attending the event and with donations to sponsor the cost of the event. Click on the
“Donate” button to help defray the costs.



  1. Although I an in England, I pray for the success of your rally and support its cause.

    1. Thank you Jessica.

  2. from http://8kidsandabusiness.wordpress.com Rebecca, I nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award because you give me hope that there is a politician out there who isn’t afraid to stand up and speak the Truth. Good on you!

  3. From my place in Canada I applaud the rally. As bad as things are in the USA, religious freedom in Canada has rapidly come under threat. First prayer, then religion and in many schools moral teaching has vanished. I know an army padre who was told not to mention Jesus in his prayer at a public meeting! Only 20% of Canadians go to church, though about 70% believe in Jesus (so the churches have become irrelevant). May the rally be one more ingredient in a revival of God’s people and our respect for people of faith…

  4. catholic123 · ·

    Thanks so much for liking my post, because then I was lead here. I totally forgot the Fortnight for Religious Freedom starts tomorrow! Thanks again! Keep up the good work 🙂

    1. Thank you! I hope we get a huge turnout for the Fortnight for Religious Freedom. Pass the word.

  5. Thank you! God is in every cell of our body. He created each one of us for a Fantastic Purpose – to lift and inspire the world – BUT, never to harm our bodies. We must stand up and sing out against any harm – to anyone of us. Thank you! Thank you for your efforts.

    1. Thank you Allison!

  6. I lead worship during and intercession set at Well House of Prayer. We pray for justice topics during my set, abortion being one of them. Although we start at 7, our prayers will be with yours as one voice of intercession to God. Good things to come from a God who Loves justice.

    1. Thank you Carly Jo!

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