Day #188: Dignitatis Humanae 4-5

Today we continue on in the Declaration on Religious Freedom.

Article 4 reflects on how this freedome from coercion applies not only to individuals but also to religious communities.  “Religious communities also have the right not to be hindered in their public teaching and witness to their faith, whether by the spoken or by the written word.”  This is very relevant in the present day in many parts of the world.

Article 5 shifts the focus from communities to families.

No footnotes.

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