The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights is proud to announce that Bernadette Brady has been appointed Vice President of the Catholic League. Ms. Brady, who is currently the Deputy Director of the Family Life/Respect Life office of the Archdiocese of New York, has worked in the New York Archdiocese for nineteen years. She is perhaps most noted for her managerial expertise: she currently administers ten major programs providing direct services to more than 20,000 persons. The success of Project Rachel, a program that services women who have had an abortion, is due largely to Ms. Brady’s efforts.
Bernadette Brady will oversee much of the daily operations of the Catholic League. She will begin July 10.
Catholic League president William Donohue offered the following statement regarding her appointment:
“Bernadette Brady is bright, seasoned and able. She is a committed Catholic who is prepared to do battle in the public arena with those who would abuse the Catholic Church . That’s good news for us and bad news for our adversaries. I look forward to working with her. “
The Catholic League is the nation’s largest Catholic civil rights organization. It defends the right of Catholics–lay and clergy alike–to participate in American life without defamation or discrimination.