A nonprofit religious organization run by Catholics, to defend the rights of Catholics. American Catholic Lawyers Association (ACLA) engages in pro-bono, free legal services on behalf of Catholics needing legal in matters of faith and conscience. Noted traditional Catholic attorney Christopher Ferrara is ACLA's President.
Website for John Vennari's traditional Catholic publication.
A Traditional Catholic College.
Website with some good articles from clerics, academics, and laymen on an authentic Catholic political approach to society.
Life Legal Defense Foundation's (LLDF) stated mission is to "give innocent and helpless human beings of any age, particularly unborn children, a trained and committed defense against the threat of death, and to support their advocates in the nation's courtrooms."
A Traditional Catholic School (K-12).
Traditional Catholic publication with a long history of battling Modernism and Progressivism in the Church. Originally founded by Walter L. Matt. His son Michael J. Matt is currently the editor.
Founded by Catholic laity to spread, promote, and foster the practice of traditional Catholicism with a focus on the Traditional Latin Mass.
Offers thousands of Scripture citations proving that the Catholic Church is the biblical church. Refutes the heretical protestant view that the Catholic Faith is not biblical.
Online version of Father Denis Fahey's book on the Social Kingship of Christ.
An organization committed to defending the perennial Magisterium of Holy Mother Church and Catholic traditions. Tradition In Action (TIA) also works for the restoration of Christian civilization, adapted to contemporary historical circumstances. The website editor is traditional Catholic scholar and author Attila Guimaraes.
A nonpartisan and nonsectarian entity that believes law is one of the greatest tools for defending human dignity against sex trafficking, pornography, child sexual abuse, and other forms of sexual violence.
Disclaimer: The views expressed on these websites and/or by these organizations do not necessarily express those of Christ the King Law Center (CKLC).