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    If you would prefer to receive your ten issues (yearly) of Catalsyt online via email, instead of the print edition, please leave a note in the "Additional Information" box upon checkout. Thank you.

    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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    Who Funds the Catholic League?

    You do! That’s right — we’re donor driven. Without your support, we don’t exist.

    We don’t receive a dime from the Church. Nor should we: we are a lay organization. Sure, we have many clergy who are members and all are welcome to join – but our financial base comes from individuals, not the Church.

    Why is this so important? Because as a lay Catholic organization we don’t have to worry about violating church and state lines. Besides, we shouldn’t ask the clergy to do our job; when the Church is attacked, so are its members, and that means you. That is why we must provide a response.

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