AMERICAN CENTER FOR LAW AND JUSTICE LITIGATES FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
As founder, pastor, and teacher at Living Epistles Ministries, Sheila R. Vitale has published numerous books on Christian themes and translations of the Bible. Also the head of Christ-Centered Kabbalah, Sheila R. Vitale directs her companies’ charitable giving, including donations to the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).
Following a mission to advocate for religious freedom and other issues, the ACLJ was founded in 1990. The organization has taken its clients’ cases to federal judges and all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court and international judicial bodies.
The ACLJ has argued cases on issues such as protecting free speech rights of pro-life protestors and allowing religious groups to use public spaces. It also promoted the right of public school students to have religious clubs, such as Bible studies, on school property. Other issues of concern include national security, judicial appointments, pornography, and the preservation of the National Motto and the Pledge of Allegiance.
With central offices in Washington, DC, the ACLJ also works in Zimbabwe, Kenya, Russia, Israel, France, and other nations.