ACLA American Catholic Lawyers Association Home Page
The American Catholic Lawyers Association, Inc., ACLA, is a non-profit religious organization dedicated to the free legal defense of the Faith and the rights of Catholics in America.
Conceived and formed in 1990 as a Catholic answer to the American Civil Liberties Union and other left-liberal activist groups, the ACLA engages in a wide range of activities aimed at countering the forces of secularism in our society.
The ACLA's activities include:
- Pro Bono Federal and State Court Litigation on behalf of Catholic plaintiffs and defendants whose civil rights are being violated on account of their Catholic Faith in the spheres of pro-life activity, employment and the right to worship God in both private and public manifestations of the Faith.
- Defense Of the Faith in public discourse and debate.
- Catholic Apologetics: explaining the truths of the Catholic Faith and refuting attacks against it in formal debate and apologetical literature.
- P.O. Box 10092, 420 Rt. 46 East, Suite 7
- Fairfield NJ 07004 US