Schedule of events for Fortnight for Freedom

Below is a schedule for Fortnight for Freedom events in the Archdiocese of Baltimore 

 

Thursday, June 21

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
409 Cathedral St., Baltimore

7 p.m. Mass, Archbishop William E. Lori, celebrant

 

Friday, June 22

Feast of St. Thomas More

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ellicott City

7 p.m. holy hour for religious freedom

 

Saturday, June 23

St. Clement Mary Hofbauer, Rosedale

8:30 a.m. Mass

9:15 a.m., prayer service

10 a.m., Knights of Columbus patriotic ceremony for retirement of American flags

St. Mark, Fallston

4 p.m. Mass, exposition of the Eucharist and rosary

 

Sunday, June 24

Solemnity of the Nativity
of St. John the Baptist

Ss. Philip and James, Baltimore
5 p.m. Mass

6:30 p.m., eucharistic holy hour including a meditation on Fortnight themes

 

Monday, June 25

St. John, Westminster

7 p.m., eucharistic adoration

 

Tuesday, June 26

St. Louis, Clarksville

7:30 p.m., holy hour with Taizé chant

 

Wednesday, June 27

St. Michael the Archangel, Overlea

7 p.m., eucharistic holy hour, rosary, Benediction, Mass

Our Lady of the Mountains, Cumberland, Shrine of Ss. Peter and Paul

6 p.m., adoration and Mass

 

Thursday, June 28

St. Peter, Hancock

7 p.m. Mass; all-day eucharistic adoration, confessions, rosary and Benediction

 

Friday, June 29
Solemnity of Ss. Peter and Paul, Apostles

St. Mary, Plyesville

7:30 p.m., living rosary and Benediction

 

Saturday, June 30

St. Charles Borromeo, Pikesville

4 p.m. Mass

 

Sunday, July 1

Holy Family, Middletown

7 p.m., holy hour with Benediction

 

Monday, July 2

St. Thomas Aquinas, Hampden

4 p.m., holy hour, followed by rosary, Mass

 

Tuesday, July 3

St. John the Evangelist, Severna Park
7 p.m. Mass

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