Religious Freedom: How to Be a Good Citizen and a Good Catholic

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Thomas More, who was executed by King Henry VIII because he refused to follow the king’s wishes and compromise his Catholic faith. As he was led to his death, St. Thomas More said, “I die the king’s faithful servant, but God’s first.” How can we, as Americans, follow the heroic example of St. Thomas More?

Bishop Donald Hying of the Diocese of Gary, Indiana stops by Morning Air® to discuss religious freedom, and how we can be good citizens and good Catholics.

Stephanie Foley serves as a Digital Media Producer at Relevant Radio®. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, where she studied journalism, and she has worked in Catholic radio for 12 years. Stephanie is a wife, a mother of three boys, and in her free time she enjoys reading, running, and really good coffee. You can find more of Stephanie’s writing at and on the free Relevant Radio mobile app.