Website Review: Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
A review based on: http://www.catholicleague.org
The Catholic League is the nation’s largest Catholic civil rights organization. Founded in 1973 by the late Father Virgil C. Blum, S.J., the Catholic League "defends the right of Catholics – lay and clergy alike – to participate in American public life without defamation or discrimination." Of special interest on this site is a large, topically arranged collection of various resources published by the Catholic League, including book reviews, essays, and research papers. Not only does this organization do great work for the Church and its members offline, its site is an excellent resource for Catholics who want to learn more about the issue.
Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?
First Evaluated: 10/14/1997; Last Updated: 05/21/2014
- Fidelity: Excellent
- Resources: Excellent
- Useability: Excellent
- General information about the League Resources
- Catholic League publications Resources
- Online version of its journal Catalyst, including archives Resources Example(s)
- Latest news releases Resources
- Report on anti-Catholicism in America and other special reports Resources
- Catalog of books and videos Resources
- Book Reviews, Essays & Research Papers Resources
- Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust Resources
CategoriesIssues > Politics
Culture > Social Order
Catholicism > Catholic Life
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
450 Seventh Ave
New York, NY 10023
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