"An excellent resource for examining the life issues in their broadest and most profound context."
Francis Cardinal George
Archbishop of Chicago
"I have always believed that it will be through education that we will reverse the culture of death. Without a doubt, Life Principles is at the forefront of educating our country on the philosophical and practical implications of abortion and euthanasia."
The former Jane Roe of Roe vs. Wade
Director, Roe No More Ministry
"In Father Bob Spitzer we meet a man of uncommon common sense married to acute intelligence and extensive pastoral experience. Healing the Culture shows us how to escape the lethal cul-de-sac of 'I did it my way' and get back onto the path of doing it the right way - which is the road to happiness and excellence."
Senior Fellow, Ethics and Public Policy Center
author of Witness to Hope: The Biography of Pope John Paul II
"Father Robert Spitzer has designed a pro-life educational course that reaches, with compassion and dignity, into the hearts of every American citizen. No church or pro-life organization should be without this valuable resource."
U.S. Senator Pennsylvania
"Every great once in a while, a book comes along that pulls together a multitude of perplexing questions and presents them in a form readily understandable to the general reader. Healing the Culture is such a book."
Fr. Richard John Neuhaus
Editor, First Things
"Professor Spitzer returns us to the fundamental questions: What is happiness, what is love, what constitutes the good life, and who counts as a person. He elegantly demonstrates how our answers to these questions determine who we are and how we live. His book is powerful and much needed for an ailing society."
Patricia Wesley, M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
New York University School of Medicine
"Drawing on [Fr. Spitzer's] expertise in philosophy and psychology, he goes on to show, in many practical ways, how we can transcend 'ego-centric materialism.' This important and readable book is one you will underline and keep handy for frequent reference. We should all read it."
Professor of Law
Notre Dame Law School, Indiana
"Fr. Spitzer is an astute diagnostician of our troubled times, and an adept healer. But the source of these two abilities is his gift as a teacher. He provides the vital ethos, logos, and pathos that is largely missing in our "culture of choice" that so often chooses both unwittingly and unwisely."
Dr. Donald DeMarco
Professor of Philosophy
St. Jerome's University; Waterloo, Ontario