About the Author

Christopher A. Ferrara is a prolific writer on Catholic affairs whose articles and essays have appeared in The Latin Mass magazine, The Remnant, Christian Order, Catholic Family News, The Fatima Crusader magazine and many other publications, both in the United States and abroad.

He is a regular columnist for Fatima Perspectives on the World Wide Web. Mr. Ferrara is co-author of The Great Façade, a renowned study of the post-Vatican II crisis in the Church, and Fatima Priest, a biography of Father Nicholas Gruner, S.T.L.  He has been a major contributor to several other books.

Mr. Ferrara is also an attorney specializing in First Amendment and civil rights litigation on behalf of Catholics throughout the country.

He has handled a number of widely publicized cases, including the federal litigation on behalf of Theresa Schiavo and the landmark “Nuremberg Files” case, in which he continues to defend the First Amendment rights of Catholic pro-life advocates.

Mr. Ferrara is a graduate of Fordham College (’73) and Fordham Law School (’77). In 2004 Mr. Ferrara was the recipient of the Edmund Burke Award of the National Lawyers Association.

Mr. Ferrara lives in New Jersey with his wife, Wendy, and their six children.