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Mission of the Catholic Bar Association

The CBA is a community of legal professionals that educates, organizes and inspires its members to faithfully uphold and bear witness to the Catholic Faith in the study and practice of the law.

Purpose:

  1. To uphold the principles of the Catholic faith in the practice of law
  2. To assist the Church in the work of communicating Catholic legal principles to the legal profession and society at large
  3.  To support Catholic attorneys in faithfully applying Catholic ethical principles in the practice of law
  4. To introduce Catholic attorneys to one another and to facilitate their working together with mutual support and understanding

“The formation of the laity and the evangelization of professional and intellectual life represent a significant pastoral challenge.” Pope Francis, 11/24/2013.

Benefit to Chapters:

  • Networking Database
  • CLE opportunities
  • CBA speaker network
  • National Events

Benefit to the Church:

  • National and local initiative support
  • Pro Bono Services
  • Evangelization
  • Red Mass Promotion

Unification

Uniting Catholic legal professionals into a national organization. 

Evangelization

The CBA provides quality Catholic content to legal professionals to promote evangelization and spiritual growth in the faith.

Growth

The CBA promotes growth by encouraging and supporting the formation of new chapters throughout the nation and abroad.

Support

The CBA supports local chapters through technical, professional and networking opportunities and to the various dioceses with contacts and pro bono service.

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