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Culture of Life Studies Program Authors To Appear on EWTN

Laura and Mary Kizior offer innovative educational supplements

Birmingham, AL:  American Life League Culture of Life Studies Program authors, Laura and Mary Kizior will appear live on 1/4/2016 at 2pm eastern on the “At Home with Jim and Joy” program, produced by the EWTN global Catholic television network, to share about the innovative Cultural of Life Studies Program, published by American Life League.  The live program offers viewers the opportunity to call in and ask questions of the creators, discovering new and unique ways to build the culture of life at home, in the classroom and beyond.

Laura and Mary Kizior, along with a team of experts, have created a unique resource of supplemental educational unit studies designed to apply the teachings of Pope Saint John Paul II with regard to building a culture of life.  CLSP educational supplements support a traditional high school or grade school curriculum by guiding students through the same subjects from a pro-life perspective. Our supplements are versatile enough to complement any already existing curriculum in private schools, homeschools, Religious Education programs, or youth ministry.  Initial releases in 2015, including the most recent on Euthanasia, will quickly be followed by additional unit studies released throughout 2016 and beyond.

EWTN Global Catholic Network, is available in over 230 million television households in more than 140 countries and territories. With its direct broadcast satellite television and radio services, AM & FM radio networks, worldwide short-wave radio station, Internet website and publishing arm, EWTN, is the largest religious media network in the world.

American Life League welcomes you to view the program live as noted above, or tune in to the rebroadcast on 1/9/16 at 10:30 am eastern.

Media inquiries are welcome.  Please contact:  Matt Wielgos, chief communications officer, ph. 540-846-3822, or email