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If the midterms proved anything, it’s that we have a lot of work ahead of us in the fight against abortion, open borders, transgenderism, and the endless bullying of the Left.

We experience this bullying here at Crisis Magazine, currently celebrating our 40th year as a Catholic publisher. On multiple occasions we’ve received a surge of emails from people telling us how offended they are by one of our authors and demanding we “cancel” them.  

Not surprisingly, the names or emails of the indignant correspondents rarely appear in our databases. Which means these are organized efforts of non-Crisis readers to create torrents of criticism to exterminate a message they don’t want anyone to hear. 

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If they’re doing this to us, imagine the pressure being exerted on leaders of our economy and culture. And given how, well, wanting many of these leaders have been found to be in courage and conviction, they soon find themselves celebrating biological males winning at women’s sports and beauty pageants, and countenancing surgical sex change—aka mutilation—operations for children. 

Courage is a virtue — and it’s a virtue we strive to uphold every day here at Crisis Magazine

At Crisis, we long for the return of Christendom — and we have our hand to the plow helping to bring it about with boldness and clarity. We face down the bleakness of yet another age that rejects God — and a Church that too often sits idly and impotently on the sidelines — and proclaim the truth. We are not always welcome, but we are needed

To reach who we need to with our unflinching content, we make Crisis Magazine free to readers. But it is by no means free to produce, which is why we rely on loyal readers like you to sustain our work. 

As you know, we do not launch multiple fundraising campaigns throughout the year, although research shows that such pesky approaches actually produce the most revenue. Because we want to edify and not annoy, we only run two, and now is one of those times.

Will you please help support, sustain, and grow Crisis Magazine with a tax-deductible gift? Could you sponsor the magazine for a month with a gift of $10,000? Or a week with a gift of $2,500? Perhaps for a day with a gift of $500?

If not, could you make a gift of $25, $50, $75, $100, or even $250? Every gift helps!

You can also donate cryptocurrencies by using this link here.

We do a lot on our shoestring budget, which means your gift will go a long way.

Your gift will be doing immense good for the Church and the world, and I promise you we will be good stewards of your donation.

The most important way you can give is by becoming a monthly donor to Crisis Magazine. This gives us the stability we need to operate month in and month out. In fact, it is this type of support that keeps us from having to run fundraising campaigns all year long!

You can become a monthly contributor by choosing that option from the drop-down menu on our secure online donation form.

Please consider supporting us with the most generous gift you can afford. By doing so, you are supporting your Church, country, and resisting the perishing of Christendom itself. The news is tough, yes, and the time is short, but we’re a people of hope who believe in the power of human agency. Let us continue proclaiming the truth while we can.

Thanks and God bless!

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  • Eric Sammons

    Eric Sammons is the editor-in-chief of Crisis Magazine.


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