Elizabeth Racine taught eighth grade in Catholic school and has been a writer for over 20 years, specializing in family and parenting issues. Her work has appeared in print over 300 times, with articles covering children's Internet use for Today's Catholic Teacher Magazine and Momentum Magazine, as well as numerous parenting articles for Catholic Parent Magazine.
Her extensive online research over the past ten years has uncovered a moral minefield for families today including: Plagiarism, Cyberbullying, Internet Pronography, Satanism and other perilous attractions that are big draws for teen and tweens, plus hidden dangers in websites that confess to be 'safe'.
She shares information that the media won't report including: Satanism and the warning signs to watch for. Occult links to Columbine and other school shootings. Her honest, frank discussion on issues such as porn and how it permeates all of the Internet and our society is information that all parents should know. She covers upcoming legislation that ALL parents and schools need to be aware of (information that is not publicly available concerning upcoming liability laws for parents and schools).
She submitted written testimony for the congressional hearing on the Deleting Online Predators Act and was interviewed on Fox 29's special report on Internet abuses by children. Her mission is to empower parents, teachers, and clergy with the awareness and tools necessary to ensure the moral, academic, spiritual, physical and social well-being of all our children in this age of rapidly-evolving technology.
Elizabeth Racine is the mother of three teenagers and is a candidate for her M.A. in Catholic Moral Theology.