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  • Always willing to speak his mind and put up the good fight, Bill Donohue, the president of the Catholic League, reminds readers of the great wealth of charity and wisdom that exists in the Catholic tradition. In Why Catholicism Matters, he explores the four Cardinal Virtues—Prudence, Justice, Fortitude and Temperance—and shows us how the Church’s best attributes can be applied to solve many of the biggest problems society must confront today and in the future.
  • In his latest book, The Catholic Advantage, Donohue turns his attention to the ways Catholicism is experienced by believers. He explores a simplified and practical way of looking at the faith, demonstrating how Catholic living enhances our well-being. With exciting new research and time-honored wisdom, Donohue shows how the application of beliefs, bonds and boundaries lead to a bountiful life, while the atheism, narcissism, and hedonism of secular intellectuals and celebrity culture paves the path to misery.
  • This is the first book to critically analyze contemporary ACLU policy and to challenge its reputation as the preeminent voice of freedom in the United States. It aims to move beyond the idea that freedom is best served by pushing individual rights to extremes. Twilight of Liberty will appeal to scholars in the fields of law, social policy, and culture. Students in civil liberties courses will also find this book a valuable resource.
  • This is a critical analysis of the history of the American Civil Liberties Union and at the same time the history of American liberalism in the twentieth century. It represents the first published account of the ACLU’s record. Other works on the organization either dealt only with specific issues or have been simply journalistic accounts. Donohue provides the first systematic analysis by a social scientist.
  • Sure to be controversial, The New Freedom will provide policymakers, social scientists, and specialists in the family, education, and religion a compelling new perspective on old questions. The book will also appeal to general readers who seek to understand the root causes of the nation's unprecedented volume of social and psychological problems.
  • All online donations to the Catholic League are made using a secure, encrypted (256-bit SSL encrypted) connection. The Catholic League is a recognized 501(c)3 organization (Tax ID: 23-7279981). All donations are tax-deductible. If you would like to send a donation by mail, please make check payable to:
    Catholic League 450 7th Avenue 34th Fl New York, NY 10123
  • All online donations to the Catholic League are made using a secure, encrypted (256-bit SSL encrypted) connection. The Catholic League is a recognized 501(c)3 organization (Tax ID: 23-7279981). All donations are tax-deductible. If you would like to send a donation by mail, please make check payable to:
    Catholic League 450 7th Avenue 34th Fl New York, NY 10123
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  • By giving a Gift membership to the Catholic League you help friends and family become part of the most influential lay Catholic organization in the country. They become integral to our mission and our mission is integral to the mission of the Catholic Church. After you have clicked "Add to Cart, please fill out your billing information and then put the Gift Recipients Information in the section under "Additional information."
  • All online donations to the Catholic League are made using a secure, encrypted (256-bit SSL encrypted) connection. The Catholic League is a recognized 501(c)3 organization (Tax ID: 23-7279981). All donations are tax-deductible. If you would like to send a donation by mail, please make check payable to:
    Catholic League 450 7th Avenue 34th Fl New York, NY 10123
  • All online donations to the Catholic League are made using a secure, encrypted (256-bit SSL encrypted) connection. The Catholic League is a recognized 501(c)3 organization (Tax ID: 23-7279981). All donations are tax-deductible. If you would like to send a donation by mail, please make check payable to:
    Catholic League 450 7th Avenue 34th Fl New York, NY 10123
  • This booklet was written to counter the ACLU propaganda that will accompany its centenary in January 2020, aided and abetted by a compliant media.

    This publication represents some of the most important findings in Donohue's two books on the ACLU, as well as much updated material. It is also well documented, detailing 92 sources.

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