Who is Anita Crane? Good question.
This Anita Crane is first and foremost a Catholic, then an American. I’m a writer, editor and news analyst with B.A. in Catholic Theology from Christendom College. I’m also VIRTUS certified by Virginia’s Arlington Catholic Diocese for their program Protecting God’s Children, which is training to recognize and stop sexual predators.
Catholics are about 25 percent of the U.S. population. Therefore, the world should be a better place. So I write to encourage America’s largest religious bloc and everyone to defend the fundamental human rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness as these rights are so beautifully recognized in the Declaration of Independence.
My work as a publicist and media booking specialist gained my clients local and national publicity. My background includes also writing and producing thousands of network TV promos. Some were tune-ins, others were commercials for products.
To my total surprise, the first interview I ever did has become part of a saint’s memoir. In 2012, A Spiritual Autobiography by Servant of God Father John A. Hardon, S.J. was published, he had reprinted CRISIS Magazine interview, and he prefaced it by saying, “Anita Crane drew statements from me that I have never made before.” You can read “Interview with a saint,” republished by CRISIS in 2012.
Here are some of my publishers in alphabetical order
My work for Catholic World Report is at
I was editor, then senior editor of the printed magazine Celebrate Life
See my Crisis Magazine articles at
My in-depth exposés for Human Life International are at
See my RenewAmerica articles at
Scenes Media entertainment articles with my byline are at http://scenesmedia.com/author/anitacrane/
Most of my WND articles are at
I rarely tweet, but I’m on Twitter @anitastories
Still other publications have published my work, such as The American Spectator, Catholic Exchange, Catholic Lane, Catholic Online, Faith & Family Magazine, The National Catholic Register, Newsmax Magazine, and The Wanderer.
I’m also editor of and contributor to Ron Miller’s gutsy book on racial identity politics: SELLOUT: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch published by Liberty University Press. Ron graciously wrote: “I am thankful for Anita Crane, my editor and contributor who, because of our collaboration, is now a friend for life.”
It’s easy to reach me! Click here to send me an email message about work.
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