How to Defend the Faith ...Without Raising Your Voice - Revised & Updated

Author: Austen Ivereigh
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by: Austen Ivereigh and Kathryn Lopez

Since it was first released, How to Defend the Faith has given Catholics worldwide a new way of talking about their faith around the dinner table or at the office, getting across the Church's positions on contentious issues without losing their cool.

It's about learning the principles that allow you to step outside the negative frames imposed by the news media and being well-briefed on what the Church ACTUALLY thinks and even teaches about all the current "Hot Button" topics ... politics, gay people, marriage, women, sex abuse, and other more, that are in the news and on people's minds.

Now revised and updated, How to Defend the Faith includes new sections on what we can learn from Pope Francis's communication, advice on how to give a talk, be active on Twitter and other social media, and many other invaluable tips and principles gleaned from the authors' years of experience defending the Faith and putting the Catholic Church's case in the media.

Find your voice. Embody the New Evangelization.
Enjoy a new and better way to defend the Faith -- without ever having to raise your voice.

192 pages. Trade Paperback.
ISBN: 9781612788814



About the Authors:
Austen Ivereigh
is a British, Roman Catholic journalist, author, commentator and campaigner. A former deputy editor of The Tablet and later Director for Public Affairs of the former Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, he frequently appears on radio and TV programmes to comment in stories involving the Church.
Dr Ivereigh is the founder and coordinator of Catholic Voices, which trains people to put the Catholic Church's case in the media, and regularly contributes to a number of magazines and newspapers such as America, Our Sunday Visitor, and the Guardian. For many years He has been connected to Citizens UK / London Citizens as the first leader of the Strangers into Citizens campaign, and was for a time lead organiser of West London Citizens. He is author of Faithful Citizens, Catholic Voices and How to Defend the Faith Without Raising Your Voice

Kathryn Jean Lopez is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute, editor-at-large of National Review Online, and nationally syndicated columnist. She is the founder of Catholic Voices in the United States and serves on Cardinal Timothy Dolan's Pro-Life Commission in New York.
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