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2/14/2012 - 8:03 AM PST

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our freedom.
• We are meant to be free and responsible.
• Culture comes before politics.

“If we can etch these [principles] on our hearts and minds, seek a life of holiness and wisdom so we can discern them, teach them to our children, and apply them wisely in our personal lives and politics, then with God’s help, we’ll have most of what’s needed to restore faith, family, and freedom in the twenty-first century.”

Richards and Robison will promote Indivisible on a 22-event book-signing tour in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas later this month. The full schedule is available at

“This book explains the fundamental principles which we must understand and accept if we are going to make decisions and undertake actions that will lead to the restoration of cultural and economic sanity in this country,” Fr. Fessio said. In his foreword, Fr. Fessio emphasizes that Indivisible is a critical read, regardless of whether every reader agrees with all of the policy positions in the book. It’s also important to note that Richards and Robison propose some things that political candidates also are pushing for today. Readers should not consider that endorsement of any particular candidate or party.

The book already is generating enthusiastic response. “Indivisible builds a sure bridge of faith and reason over which our country can walk, from our present state of confusion and peril into a new era of peace and prosperity,” said Fr. Jonathan Morris, Fox News analyst and author of The Promise. “Robison and Richards have given all of us an invaluable tool for hope.”

“Jay Richards and James Robison make an important contribution in pointing the way to avoid the worst effects of a coming cultural and economic tsunami,” said Acton Institute President Fr. Robert Sirico.

To request a review copy or interviews with co-authors Jay Richards and James Robison, please contact Alexis Walkenstein (561-445-5409 or, Tim Lilley (678-990-9032 or or Kevin Wandra (678-990-9032, or with The Maximus Group.

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