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Free to Believe.
Free to Speak.


Let’s celebrate the freedom we have in Christ as we celebrate July 4th! That should be a point of appreciation for all of us.

MTYR is about helping disciples live a fully integrated and healthy life. Interior freedom is an important theme for us, so you may wonder why we’re talking about religious liberty? The reaction to recent Supreme Court rulings is a perfect example of how deeply connected interior freedom is to public life and peaceful citizenship.

This landing page will help you find the confidence, peace, and charity to bring Christ’s love into the public square! “Let us not accept violence as the way of peace. Let us instead begin by respecting true freedom” – St. Pope John Paul II


First, we guarantee you’ll smile at least once. Second, they’ll be something you’ve never heard or thought about before. People of good will need to be informed, at ease, and unafraid to bring their opinion to political participation.

Reasons we don’t:

  1. Don’t some of our fellow Christians hold irrational beliefs?
  2. Isn’t it bad etiquette to force your beliefs on others?
  3. Religion makes no contribution to pubic policy, right?

Reasons we must:

  1. We could lose our first amendment rights if we don’t use them.
  2. Christians need to talk to other Christians about these issues.
  3. Christians need to model civility and charity in these conversations.


Catholic Media Association: National award winning article!

As Americans, we tell ourselves not to talk about two things in public, or even at the dinner table. You know what they are—religion and politics.

Those of us who have learned proper social etiquette have heard this since we were young. And it seems it’s a good rule of thumb. After all, most people can’t discuss either subject very civilly or with an open mind. So, if we keep our political or religious views to ourselves almost every gathering goes better…

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The Bill of Rights were ratified in 1791. The first amendment states:

“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.”

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