Adam Michael WoodAdam writes about philosophy, theology, libertarian politics, anarcho-capitalism, software development, the Open Source movement, Christian liturgy, and sacred music.
Aden Hayes, Ph.D.Aden Hayes’s professional life spans university teaching; directing study abroad programs in Spain; working in public relations in both New York and Madrid; and co-directing EUSA, an organization providing professional practice internship opportunities in eight cities of Europe and North America. He is currently executive director of the Foundation for Practical Education and lives in Madrid.
Adrian Alvarado is a writer, voice actor, photographer, videographer and Catholic apologist. He has a B.A. in Communication from Florida Atlantic University, and is an MBA candidate with Ave Maria University. A lifelong lover of history and art, he dedicates his time to learning and teaching about the faith. You can find more about him on his YouTube Channel.
Adrian HauAdrian Hau was born in the middle of Canada in the early 1980s. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) from Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, where he presently resides with his wife and three children.
Aelredus RievallensisAelredus Rievallensis is the pen name of a graduate student studying in the American Midwest, with a decided penchant for all things traditional.
Alan ScottAlan Scott is a writer and graphic designer residing in Virginia. A former Agnostic, he converted to the Catholic faith in 2004. In 2014 he started his blog GrowInVirtue.com, which focuses on growing in holiness, by attempting to live a life more simple and virtuous, a life that is lived for God. When he’s not writing or designing, you’ll find him, hands dirty, in his garden. You can find him on Facebook, too.
Alberto CarosaAlberto Carosa is a Catholic freelance journalist who writes from Rome. Besides being a regular contributor to Catholic U.S. journals and portals, he is the Rome correspondent for the online news service Catholic World News and the quarterly magazine of the London-based Latin Mass Society, Mass of Ages.
Alessandro RicoAlessandro Rico was born in L’Aquila (Italy) in 1991. He received an M.A. in philosophy at the University La Sapienza (Rome) in 2014, he is currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program in political theory at LUISS (Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali, Rome), and he spent a period as a visiting Ph.D. at King’s College (London) in 2017. He is a journalist for the Italian newspaper La Verità and the Catholic blog Campari & de Maistre. He co-authored two books in 2016 and 2017.
Alex HiltonAlex Hilton is a lawyer, husband, and father in Oklahoma City. Follow him on Twitter @AEHiltonIII.
Alexandria Chiasson McCormickAlexandria Chiasson McCormick is a second-generation homeschooler and a graduate of Christendom College and Wilmington University. She lives in the Philadelphia metro area with her husband and their four young sons.
Álvaro Chillarón de la Fuente
Álvaro Chillarón de la Fuente is a young Spanish Catholic writer, musician and apologist. A specialist in the field of humanities, he is passionate about everything related to Hispanic heritage and Christian culture, hence his commitment to learn and teach everything that he feels is based on the Good, the Truth and Life. He is a columnist at Revista Hispánica and resides in Madrid, Spain.
André LevesqueAndré Levesque lives in Eastern Ontario, Canada with his wife and three children. He is a cradle Catholic who started off in the charismatic renewal to eventually migrate to the traditional Latin Mass. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Ottawa and is a manager at a large accounting firm. He has a Facebook page called Adoramus Te devoted to promoting the Catholic faith.
Andrew BartelAndrew Bartel is a lay Dominican of the Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. He lives with his wife and their three children in Montana, where he works as a glazier. He is also pursuing a degree in English and Philosophy.
Andrew BieszadAndrew Bieszad has an MA in Islamic Studies from Hartford Seminary with concentration in the Islamic equivalent of Dogmatic Theology. He is the author of Lions of the Faith: Saints, Blesseds, and Heroes of the Catholic Faith in the Struggle with Islam and 20 Answers: Islam. He is a sought after writer and speaker on Islamic topics.
Andrew GuernseyAndrew Guernsey is a graduate student in governmental studies at Johns Hopkins University, where he recently received his undergraduate degree in classics and political science. He worked as an accredited journalist in Rome in 2015 during the Ordinary Synod on the Family. Andrew currently works in Washington, D.C. as a lobbyist advocating for pro-life public policy.
Andrew LathamAndrew Latham was born in England and raised in Canada and currently lives in the United States. He holds a Ph.D. from York University in Toronto. Since 1997, Andrew has been a member of the Political Science Department at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where he regularly teaches courses in Medieval Political Thought, Conservative Political Thought, War, Regional Conflict, and International Security. His most recent publications include an academic book entitled Theorizing Medieval Geopolitics: War and World Order in the Age of the Crusades, and The Holy Lance, his first novel. In addition to publishing in a range of top-tier academic journals, he has also published in general audience works such as First Things, Crisis Magazine, Commonweal, Touchstone, and OnePeterFive.
Andrew MeszarosAndrew Meszaros is a retired business executive. For over two decades. he has dedicated himself to the study, use, and promotion of the Church's language. He enjoys reading Patristic literature in Latin, especially the works of Saint Jerome. He also uses Latin in correspondence and in telephone conversations with like-minded friends worldwide. He lives with his wife and his extended family in Miami, Florida.
Andrew PetersenAndrew Petersen is a cradle Catholic, born and raised in Mississippi. He holds an M.A. in theology from Ave Maria University and is especially interested in apologetics. He and his wife live in Wisconsin with their baby daughter
Miss Anna Kalinowska is a Catholic writer and artist from Saint Louis, Missouri. She writes on topics of art, culture, and liturgy for various publications and has given talks on the art of dress to local and international audiences. Miss Kalinowska hopes to inspire Catholics to strive for beauty in everyday life.
Her preferred title is “Miss.” Please never call her “Ms.”!
Annemarie ThimonsAnnemarie is a wife and homeschooling mother of five. She is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville and Mother of Divine Grace Homestudy. She is author of the Curious Little Catholic book series.
Anthony AltAnthony Alt is a coffee-guzzling marathoner, husband, father, and lawyer in Saint Paul. He’s a former seminarian and hermit now living a somewhat unapologetic urban eremitical existence. Anthony is an ardent proponent of the Divine Office, Latin, the St. Bridget prayers, and making Sunday much more than just the day before Monday. He’s always on the search for more endorphins and the perfect kvass recipe. Anthony and his wife, Nell, are editors of the book Nunc Coepi - A Year of Prayer. He can be contacted at [email protected], especially if you are looking to go for a run in the Twin Cities.
Anthony Esolen, PhDAnthony M. Esolen is a writer, social commentator, translator of classical poetry, and professor of English Renaissance and classical literature. Dr. Esolen is on the Magdalen College faculty and is Writer-in-Residence. His books include Life Under Compulsion: Ten Ways to Destroy the Humanity of Your Child; The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization; Ironies of Faith; and Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child as well as In the Beginning Was the Word: An Annotated Reading of the Prologue of John. He has also translated Tasso’s Gerusalemme liberate (Johns Hopkins Press); and Dante’s Inferno, Purgatorio and Paradiso.
Antoine Ménoret, PhDAntoine Ménoret holds a PhD in Immunology from the University of Nantes, France, and works in academic immunological research in the USA. He is author of numerous scientific articles and reviews. He has taught in college, graduate and medical school. He is a self-taught painter and co-founder with his wife of www.contemplarichristi.com, a website dedicated to paintings of the Eucharist. Maria Ménoret holds a degree in Theology with a concentration in Religious Education from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She is also a Licensed Practical Nurse. She has worked as a Director of Youth Ministry, Music Coordinator for religious education, Catechist with the Missionaries of Charity and with the Office of Hispanic Ministry of the Diocese of Lafayette, LA. She currently resides with her husband in Connecticut, working as a nurse.
Antonio SocciAntonio Socci is an Italian journalist and author. He has worked at Il Sabato and 30 Giorni and at Giornale, in collaboration with Il Foglio and Panorama. Since 2004, he has also served as the director of the Perugia Broadcasting Journalism School. He works for RAI (Radiotelevisione italiana) and is a contributor to the Italian newspaper Libero. He is the author of some 15 books, including The Fourth Secret of Fatima.
Aristotle EsguerraA Gregorian Chant scholar, instructor, choral composer, and parish musician, Aristotle A. Esguerra serves both forms of the Roman Rite as music director for the churches of St. Mary, Pine Bluff and St. Ignatius, Mount Horeb in the Diocese of Madison. He also directs sacred music for Pontifical High Masses celebrated by Madison Bishop Robert C. Morlino.
Augustine HimmelAugustine Himmel’s stories have been published in the Beloit Fiction Journal, the South Carolina Review, the Northern Reader, and several other places. Another essay about his conversion, "Only the Humble Are Happy," appeared in the National Catholic Register.
Aurelio PorfiriAurelio Porfiri is a composer, conductor, writer and educator. His music is published in Italy, France, USA, China and Germany. He has published more than 60 books. With Mons. Athanasius Schneider has published The Catholic Mass, now translated in several languages. He writes from Italy.
Avellina BalestriAvellina Balestri (aka Rosaria Marie) is a Catholic freelance writer who resides in the scenic and historic Penn-Mar borderlands. She is Editor-in-Chief of The Fellowship of The King, a Catholic literary magazine exploring the arts through a spiritual lens. She draws her inspiration from the Ultimate Love and Source of Creativity, and hopes to share that love and creativity with others. To stay updated on her other freelance writing endeavors, please visit her page on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/avellinambalestri"Facebook.
Ben HachtenBen Hachten is a lawyer in Louisville, KY and the President of the Louisville Catholic Bar Association. He is passionate about evangelization and leading people home to the Catholic Church.
Benedict CarterBenedict Carter, a native of Market Deeping (an ancient Anglo-Saxon village in Lincolnshire listed in the Domesday Book – "two villeins and one cow"), was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge University and has a B.A. (Hons) and an M.A. in History. After British Naval Military Academy, his career has been mostly spent in the offshore financial services industry in various countries, including more than a decade in Russia. He currently lives in Fatima in Portugal and attends SSPX Masses.
Benjamin J. Vail, OFSBenjamin J. Vail, OFS is a Franciscan tertiary from the USA living with his family in Brno, Czech Republic.
Bennett BauerBennett Bauer is seventeen years old and the author of Morning Star, a ‘Thoroughly Catholic Adventure on the High Seas.’ He and his family homestead on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, surrounded by tidal marshes, oyster reefs, and the sea. He enjoys beach combing for ship wreckage with his nine siblings on the Virginia Barrier Islands, taking care of their animals and extensive orchard, serving the Traditional Latin Mass, and writing.
Bettina di FioreBettina di Fiore is a writer and liturgical seamstress based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated with honors from Mills College with a BA in English in 2008. Her blog, Watching the Whirlwind, offers cultural commentary from a Catholic perspective and personal pieces concerning her own radical conversion experience. She also contributed her conversion story to Patrick Madrid’s 2017 book Surprised by Life under the pen name AnneMarie Schreiber.
Bishop Athanasius SchneiderBishop Athanasius (Anton) Schneider is the author of two books: Dominus Est - It is the Lord!, and Propter Sanctam Ecclesiam Suam (not yet available in English.) He was born of German parents on 7 April 1961 in Tokmok, Kirghiz SSR in the Soviet Union, where his family received the pastoral care of Fr. Oleksa Zaryckyj, later to become a beatified martyr for the faith. Bishop Schneider himself received his first holy communion in secret, since the practice of the faith was outlawed under the communist regime. In 1973, he left with his family for Germany. He later joined the Canons Regular of the Holy Cross of Coimbra, a Catholic religious order, where he was given the religious name Athanasius. He was ordained a priest on 25 March 1990. In 1997, he received a doctorate in patrology at the Augustinianum in Rome; and in 1999, he became a professor of Patristics at Mary, Mother of the Church Seminary in Karaganda. In June 2006, he was consecrated Bishop at the Altar of the Chair of Saint Peter in the Vatican. He was then assigned to the position of auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Astana. He is the General Secretary of the Bishops' Conference of Kazakhstan and Titular Bishop of Celerina, Switzerland.
Br. Esteban Ybarra, FMCDBr. Esteban Ybarra with the permission of the Archbishop of Detroit leads the formation of a new men's religious community focused on the rule and life of St. Stanislaus of JesusMary Papczynski. They reside at Assumption Grotto in downtown Detroit, MI. [email protected]
Br. Martin NavarroBr. Martin Navarro, Ob.S.A. is a founding member of the Oblates of St. Augustine, a monastic “de facto” association of traditional Catholic men who live together sharing the same intentional purpose of growing in one mind and heart in God. You can learn more about them at www.oblatesofstaugustine.com.
Bree A. DailBree A. Dail holds a Masters of Diplomacy, focusing on Conflict Management from Norwich University and a Bachelor of Arts from Christendom College. She is a veteran Naval Surface Warfare Officer, and has published various academic and AP articles on Military Affairs and Policy. She currently works as Consultant for a major Defense Contractor, and is the International/National Coordinator for Rosary Coast to Coast and the Holy League of Nations.
Born and raised in Grosse Pointe, Mich., Brendan Buckley currently lives in San Diego, Calif. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, majoring in history and Spanish. He and his wife, Tessa, are expecting their first child in 2020. The views expressed are those of the individual only and not those of the Department of Defense (DoD).
Brian MershonBrian Mershon has contributed to Catholic and other media outlets for 20 years. A professional communicator by trade, he and his wife Theresa are in their 40th year of wedded Matrimony. The Mershons have been assisting in building God's kingdom with seven children and 13 grandchildren who are the joys of their lives. Mershon has an M.A. in Sacred Theology from Holy Apostles College & Seminary and a B.S. in News-Editorial Journalism from the University of Urbana-Champaign. He also attended Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and played professional baseball in the Cincinnati Reds organization.
Brian MilesAlongside his career in the insurance industry, Brian Miles is an avocational author of fiction, poetry, and the occasional essay. He received a BA in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado and an MA in Divinity from the University of Chicago. He is a convert to Catholicism from Evangelical Protestantism. He lives with his wife Elizabeth in Dallas, Texas.
Brian NewberryBrian Newberry is a catechist in the Catholic Church. He was formerly a Protestant for 20 years before reverting in 2014. He has an M.A. in theological and biblical studies from Azusa Pacific Seminary, with undergraduate degrees in psychology and political science. Brian is also the author of two Christian fantasy-apocalyptic novels, The Battle of Pneumatika and Sage against the Machine. He currently lives in Long Beach, Calif. with his wife, son, and daughter.
Brian WilliamsBrian Williams is a convert who entered the Catholic Church in 2006. He is a graduate of Long Beach State University with a BA in History. Brian blogs on life, liturgy and the pursuit of holiness at liturgyguy.com. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and five children.
Brice GriffinBrice Griffin is a homeschooling mother of a handful of children who hopes to continue to increase her number of students. She came into full communion with the Catholic Church in 2008. She loves the Church, her family, America, and traveling. She spends most of her days dreaming of her family’s return to Assisi.
C.A. Thompson-BriggsC.A. Thompson-Briggs runs Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs Sacred Art with his wife, an oil painter.
C.T. RossiC.T. Rossi is an attorney who lives in Mobile, Ala. and is the author of Seeking More: A Catholic Lawyer's Guide Based on the Life and Writings of Saint Thomas More.
Calum AndersonCalum Anderson is a JD Candidate at Queen’s University. He holds a Bachelor of Education from Western University and a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and History from Trent University.
Cameron HendersonCameron Henderson was born in 1976 in Boulder, Colorado and entered the Catholic faith at age 21. He entered a community in 2004 called the Friars Minor of Mary Immaculate under the charism of St Maximilian Kolbe, founded around the time of Kolbe's canonization and later disbanded. He earned a degree at the Pontifical University San Pio X in Catanzaro, Calabria. He left the Friars Minor, after due discernment and with ecclesial permission, and returned home, after seven years in Italy, to build a family in Longmont, Colorado. He now works as a fine wine distributor and importer and recently in antique and vintage items.
Carl WolkCarl Wolk lives in Wisconsin with his wife and children. He entered the Catholic Church on Easter 2012, a convert from Calvinism and before that, atheism. He has a B.A. in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from Washington and Lee University, and an M.A. in Theology from the Dominican House of Studies in DC. He is the Upper School Dean at Providence Academy in La Crosse, WI, where he teaches theology and philosophy.
Carlos A. Casanova, PhDCarlos Augusto Casanova Guerra was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1966. He received a law degree from the Catholic University Andrés Bello in 1988. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in philosophy at the Universidad de Navarra. He has served as an attorney at the Procuraduría General de la República de Venezuela (attorney general) and at the Office of Juridical Consultants of the Congress of Venezuela (1989-1996). Later, he was professor and coordinator of graduate studies in philosophy at the Universidad Simón Bolívar (Caracas, 1996-2003), visiting scholar at B.U. (2002-2003), Notre Dame fellow working with Ralph McInerny (2003-2005), professor and director of the Chilean campus of the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein (2005-2012), professor of the School of Philosophy of the PUC Chile (2005-2012), and professor of the Universidad Santo Tomás de Chile (2013-). He has published eight books and some 50 philosophical papers. He translated into Spanish in a bilingual edition St. Thomas Aquinas's Commentaries on the Psalms and the prayers of St. Thomas Aquinas (with Rafael Tomás Caldera). He was one of the 45 scholars who signed the letter to the College of Cardinals concerning the possible heretical readings of the Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia. He is now a member of the John Paul II Academy for Life and the Family.
Dr Carol Byrne gained a B.A. and M.A. from University College Dublin and a Ph.D. from the University of Durham (U.K.). After raising a family, she was for a time deputy chair of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales and formerly assistant editor of the magazine for the SSPX in the District of Great Britain. She has produced a number of articles for the website Tradition in Action. Her books include Simplicissimus: an entirely new approach to learning the Latin of the Traditional Roman Missal (still used by the Latin Mass Society as a teaching aid for priests and laity with New Edition revised by current chair Dr. Joseph Shaw); The Catholic Worker Movement: A Critical Analysis, Authorhouse 2010; and Born of Revolution: A Misguided Liturgical Movement, Holyrood Press, 2020.
Caterina Lorenzo-Molo, PhDCaterina Lorenzo-Molo teaches at the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P), a corporate undertaking of the Opus Dei. She is published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Business Ethics (JBE) and the technologist site, HackerNoon. Other interests include Austrian economics, sound money, bitcoin, Russia, and geopolitics. She discovered Traditional Catholicism in 2020, attending masses at the SSPX with her husband and children—Isabella, Alessandra, Caterina, and Gianluca. Like her patron saint, Catherine of Siena she believes and prays that one day, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre will be elevated to the altars as a great saint and Doctor of the Church.
Charles A. CoulombeCharles A. Coulombe is a contributing editor for OnePeterFive. He is the author of many books, most recently Blessed Charles of Austria: a Holy Emperor and His Legacy, as well as Puritan’s Empire: A Catholic Perspective on American History, Vicars of Christ: a History of the Popes, with A Catholic Quest for the Holy Grail. His writings have appeared at the Catholic Herald, Crisis, The European Conservative and he also has his own podcast with Mr. Vincent Frankini.
Charles FrauneCharles D. Fraune was the founding Theology teacher of Christ the King Catholic High School in Huntersville, NC and was a Theology teacher there for ten years. He now works full-time with his Slaying Dragons Apostolate, writing and researching on topics related to spiritual warfare. He has a Master of Arts in Theology from the Christendom College Graduate School, as well as an Advanced Apostolic Catechetical Diploma. He is the author of Come Away By Yourselves, a guide to prayer for busy Catholics, Swords and Shadows: Navigating Youth Amidst the Wiles of Satan, and Slaying Dragons: What Exorcists See & What We Should Know (also in Spanish). He lives in the Diocese of Charlotte, NC with his wife and three young children.
Chris CaldwellChris Caldwell has a law degree from Boston College, an MBA from Johns Hopkins, and an M.A. in philosophical theology from Berkeley. He has taught philosophy courses at two colleges and was a political appointee in the Bush administration from 2000 to 2003.
Chris McClureChris McClure was raised Southern Baptist and converted to Catholicism after the birth of his second child. He is an Army veteran and a police investigator. He and his wife, Wendy, live on the outskirts of Northern Virginia with their six children.
Chris MooreChris Moore is a graduate of Columbia's School of General Studies. He is an author and ghostwriter, and his books have been published in both Germany and the United States. He is the father of three growing boys. Chris recently came to the shocking revelation that the Catholic Church is more important for the world than the church even cares to remember, and he has decided to write about it.
Christian BrowneChristian Browne is a practicing attorney in New York state. A board member of the Nassau County Catholic Lawyers Guild, he earned his J.D. from Fordham University in 2004. He is the author of The Pearl of Great Price: Pius VI & the Sack of Rome.
Christian MarquantChristian Marquant is the founder of Paix Liturgique.
Christian PatinChristian Patin is the founder of and head writer for Cathlogic.com, an online lay apostolate dedicated to uncovering and understanding the Catholic faith as it has been traditionally taught over its 2,000-year history. He lives in southern California with his (pregnant) wife of two years, Emily, and their 1-year-old daughter.
Christian WagnerChristian Wagner converted to the Catholic faith in October of 2021 as a married Anglican Seminarian. He is currently studying Classical Protestant Theology at Davenant Hall and intends to do PhD research in the same vein after graduation this year. His research interests center around the interaction between Classical Protestant and Classical Thomist thought. He runs an apostolate called "Scholastic Answers" which has a YouTube channel and a website where he produces educational material that introduces Thomistic philosophy and theology (in line with the manuals).
Christoph HartmannChristoph Hartmann is a journalist from Austria. In his career, spanning 35 years, he has written for different types of print and internet media and has produced radio programs. Following his studies at the university he specialized on writing about economics, ultimately serving 15 years as editor-in-chief of economic publications. However, he has always looked beyond economics and has written frequently about history, the long term development of society, religion - his first article published in this field was about Sollicitudo rei socialis, an encyclical letter by Pope John Paul II, in 1987 - and philosophy. He is a lifelong Catholic and became a Catechist in 2010. Christoph Hartmann is married and has one daughter.
Christopher FerreraChristopher A. Ferrara earned his Baccalaureate and Juris Doctor degrees from Fordham University. He is President and Chief Counsel of the American Catholic Lawyers Association. His articles have appeared in The Latin Mass and The Remnant, and other publications. He authored several books, including Liberty, The God that Failed, The Secret Still Hidden, False Friends of Fatima and translated into English Antonio Socci's book, Il Quarto Segreto di Fatima (The Fourth Secret of Fatima). He is a regular contributor to The Roman Forum.
Christopher J. MalloyChristopher J. Malloy earned a doctorate in Systematic Theology at The Catholic University of America (2001). Since then, he has been a professor of theology at a liberal arts university. He is the author of Engrafted into Christ: A Critique of the Joint Declaration, ten academic articles, some popular articles, and numerous book reviews. A student especially of St. Thomas Aquinas, He is committed to the communication and defense of the doctrines of Catholic Tradition, for through these and the grace of the Holy Spirit, one is led to True Life. Chris is married to Flory, and together they have five children in their home near Dallas, TX.
Christopher JasperChristopher Jasper is founder and director of the Gregorian Chant Academy. The mission of this academy is to to help inspire and teach Catholics around the world how to better sing and pray this traditional music of the Church (the “Chant of the Ages”) with understanding, through original recordings and a new online master-course (mini courses coming soon).
Christopher LaurenceChristopher Laurence is a freelance writer and revert to the Catholic Faith. Originally from Long Island, he now happily resides in Texas and is engaged to a lovely Texas girl. A recovering connoisseur of all things secular and pop culture, he has since eschewed them for the likes of Flannery O’Connor, Walker Percy, and Gregorian chant, which he considers quite an upgrade. He can be found on Twitter at @Gropher_Tump.
Christopher P. WendtChristopher P. Wendt is a serial entrepreneur who has founded two digital marketing agencies, one online retail website, and now a remote staffing solutions business that taps into global talent. He earned his Master of Arts degree from Gannon University’s Pontifical Center for Catechetical Studies and calls Franciscan University of Steubenville his “loving mother.” He and his wife Veronica, of 25 years, have nine children so far, and they live outside Steubenville, Ohio. He raises beef cattle on his farm, loves to hike new trails, and to run. His favorite historical non-fiction book is Revolution and Counter-Revolution. He co-founded the Confraternity of Our Lady of Fatima with Bishop Schneider. He can be reached at midstreammarketing.com.
Clara FleischmannClara Fleischmann is a homeschooling mother of six, wife of Jonathan Fleischmann, associate member of the Mission of the Immaculate Mediatrix (the lay apostolate of the Franciscans of the Immaculate), author of After the Fall (a novel), co-compiler of The Three Crowns (a prayer book), member of the Association of Catholic Women Bloggers, and regular contributor to the Missio Immaculatae International magazine (published by the Franciscans of the Immaculate). She is also an avid gardener, and she loves everything about textiles (knitting, sewing, weaving…). She occasionally blogs at https://clarafleischmann.wordpress.com.
Clarissa KwasniewskiClarissa Kwasniewski is a homeschooling mother and a Benedictine oblate. She paints in her spare time.
Claudio PierantoniDr. Claudio Pierantoni was born in Rome, 1965. Is married to a Chilean woman and has two daughters. Studied classical philology and then specialized in patristics and history of Christianism at the Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum and got a Ph.D. in history of Christianity at Rome University (La Sapienza). Has been professor of history of the ancient Church and patrology at the Faculty of Theology in Santiago, Chile. He then got a Ph.D. in philosophy at the Universidad de Los Andes (Santiago). At present, teaches medieval philosophy at the University of Chile. His main lines of investigation are the Christological and Trinitarian controversies of the ancient Church, St. Augustine, the philosophical problem of Truth, and natural theology.
Cole DeSantisCole DeSantis is an M.A. candidate in theology at Providence College, a Catholic college run by priests of the Dominican Order in the Diocese of Providence. His theological interests include Church history, the liturgy, moral theology, Christology, and the problem of evil.
Copelius SimeonMr Copelius Simeon founded and directed from 2002 to 2007 a successful pro-life grassroots and lobbying organisation in Latin America. It started with 30 people and five years later had 3,000 volunteers in five cities. He dedicated seven years on pestering and bothering Catholic intellectuals and studying hard to get his formation in humanities. He has volunteered in many causes and charities and he is based in London. Reach him via email at copelius AT kolabnow DOT com.
Cornelius PulungCornelius Pulung holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia. He is a lay Dominican who loves theology, liturgy, and psychology. He blogs at Lux Veritatis 7.
Dale PriceAttorney. History lover. Catholic convert (1999). Husband and father of six. Hobbies include: reading or buying books, writing, contemplating the pratfalls of Michigan sports teams, and/or plotting an escape to the peninsular northlands. You can find his blog at http://dprice.blogspot.com/
Dan MilletteDan Millette is a husband and father of five. He teaches in Saskatchewan, Canada. Millette is a graduate from Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College in Ontario and has a Master of Arts degree in theology from Holy Apostles College in Connecticut. His personal blog is www.bravestthing.com.
Daniel BlackmanDaniel Blackman is a writer living in London, UK. He writes a range of news, features, reviews, and interviews, and has been published in New Blackfriars, The Catholic Herald, Catholic Times, Pro-Life Times, Humanum, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Human Life Review, MercatorNet, Christendom Awake, The Remnant, Regina, Catholic Voice, Thomas More Institute, LifeSiteNews, Catholic World Report, Aleteia, and Catholic Exchange.
Daniel KoenemannDaniel M. Koenemann is currently a doctoral student working with Dr. Janelle Burke in the Department of Biology at Howard University. As a member of the Burke Lab, Daniel contributes to systematic work in the genus Rumex (Polygonaceae). He has also done research in Sanchezia (Acanthaceae) and in Catholic interpretations of Genesis in light of evolutionary theory. His dissertation project focuses on systematics and biogeography in the genera Coccoloba and Triplaris (Polygonaceae).
Daniel MitsuiDaniel Mitsui is an artist whose specialty is meticulously detailed ink drawing. In his religious work, he attempts to be faithful to the Second Nicene Council’s instruction that the composition of religious imagery is not left to the initiative of artists, but is formed upon principles laid down by the Catholic Church and by religious tradition. Seeing in the art of the Middle Ages a faithful and vigorous expression of that tradition, he draws much of his inspiration from illuminated manuscripts and incunabula. He lives in Chicago with his wife and their three children. More of his work can be seen at www.danielmitsui.com.
Daniel Omar Gonzáles CéspedesDaniel Omar González Céspedes was born September 21, 1970 in Buenos Aires. He has worked as a primary school teacher for two decades. He has written articles for Memoria, Cabildo, Gladius, Diálogo, and Para que Él reine and in the national magazines Patria Argentina, Lucha por la Independencia, and Milo. On the occasion of the beatification of St. José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero (2013), he wrote the book Breve semblanza de nuestro cura gaucho (A Short Biography of Our Cowboy Pastor).
Danielle HeckenkampDanielle Heckenkamp is a wife and mother of six children. In her spare time, Danielle works as a freelance writer for a variety of Catholic publications.
Danniel PribbleDanniel Pribble, along with his wife Dolores, lead the monthly Rosary Rally for the Latin Mass in Chicago. Currently, Danniel and Dolores live outside Chicago with their three young children.
Darrick Taylor, PhDDarrick Taylor earned his PhD in History from the University of Kansas. He lives in Central Florida and teaches at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL. He also produces a podcast, Controversies in Church History, dealing with controversial episodes in the history of the Catholic Church.
David Bissonnette, PhDDr. Bissonnette is an associate professor of nutrition and an obesity researcher at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He received his doctoral degree in the nutritional sciences from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, with interests specific to biochemistry and epidemiology. His experience as a dietitian in weight management counseling, in addition to his obesity research, has prepared him to better understand population health. His recent book: INSATIABLE: A Nation's Unappeasable Hunger is the culmination of 15 years of research into the deep-rooted causes of obesity of the many chronic diseases that are now bringing our financial healthcare system to the brink of insolvency. www.insatiable1.com
David DashiellDavid Dashiell is a freelance author and editor in Nashville, Tennessee, where he lives with his wife and two children. He has a master’s degree in theology from Franciscan University, and is the editor of the anthology, Ever Ancient, Ever New: Why Younger Generations Are Embracing Traditional Catholicism.
David L. GrayDavid L. Gray is a 2006 convert to the Catholic Church from agnosticism and Freemasonry. He earned his Master of Arts Degree in Theology from Ohio Dominican University, and today is the President and Publisher of Saint Dominic's Media. He is writing at OnePeterFive on the topic of the Catholic Church's prohibition against Freemasonry and its Appendant Masonic Bodies; drawing from his book, The Catholic Catechism on Freemasonry. Learn more about him and his work at https://www.davidlgray.info/
David MartinDavid Martin gave up a promising career as a concert pianist in 1980 so he could commit himself to the defense of the Faith and the propagation of Catholic prophecy. He has authored three books, and has written numerous articles which have appeared in publications like the Remnant and Canada Free Press. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, where he lives a single and celibate life.
David MitchellDavid Mitchell was born in England and lives there his wife, whom he married in December 2018. David was educated at the University of Durham and was received into the Catholic Church in 2008, while he was a student. He has a B.A. in music and an M.A. in performance and sings in his church choir, where he and his wife met. He has taught music and Latin and currently undertakes freelance music work.
David R. GordonDavid Gordon lives in Wintersville, Ohio with his wife and five children and is wrapping up his graduate theological studies at Franciscan University of Steubenville. Mr. Gordon, an attorney and former judicial law clerk, has long been involved in Christian ministry, including stints as a research specialist for Catholics United for the Faith and as an RCIA director at a large southern California parish.
David WemhoffDavid Wemhoff Biographical Sketch David Wemhoff is a counselor and author. He earned an AB in Government from the University of Notre Dame and a Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Mr. Wemhoff completed a Master of Laws (LLM) in International and Comparative Law from Indiana University in May, 2019. Mr. Wemhoff taught college level courses at two universities. These courses included Business Law, American Government, Constitutional Law, and State and Local Government. He is a member of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists. Mr. Wemhoff edits and contributes to The American Proposition which can be found at www.theamericanproposition.com. The publication focuses on the system of social-economic and legal organization of the society known as America and its role in the world. He edited Redeeming a Father’s Heart: Men Share Powerful Stories of Abortion Loss and Recovery (AuthorHouse 2007), and he authored Just Be Catholic (AuthorHouse 2011) as well as a collection of poems entitled From the Hillside (Wagon Wheel Press, 2019). Mr. Wemhoff is the author of the acclaimed two volume work John Courtney Murray, Time/Life, and the American Proposition. The work is in its second edition and is being published by Wagon Wheel Press with availability through Amazon.com. These volumes explain the Doctrinal Warfare Program developed by the US Government in conjunction with private media and its successful employment against the Catholic Church during the Cold War. Mr. Wemhoff is working on a book concerning the nature of America and its impact on the world. He resides in Granger, Indiana.
Dcn. James Toner, PhDDeacon James H. Toner (M.A., William & Mary; Ph.D., Notre Dame) is Professor Emeritus of Leadership and Ethics at the U.S. Air War College, a former U.S. Army officer, and author of numerous books, articles, reviews, and monographs. He has taught at Notre Dame, Norwich, Auburn, the U.S. Air Force Academy, and Holy Apostles College & Seminary. He has contributed many columns to The Catholic Thing, Crisis Magazine, One Peter Five, and the Wanderer, as well as myriad academic and military periodicals. He and his wife Rebecca have three sons and eleven grandchildren.
Deacon Nick DonnellyDeacon Nick Donnelly is an author based in the diocese of Lancaster, England. He is the online news editor for EWTN Great Britain. You can follow him on Twitter at @protectthepope.
Diane MontagnaDiane Montagna is an American journalist based in Rome who has covered the Vatican since 2014. She has served as Rome Correspondent for Aleteia and LifeSiteNews, has worked in the Vatican as a translator for L’Osservatore Romano, and has contributed to other Catholic multi-media projects. Her articles have been featured in Inside the Vatican Magazine and The Remnant, and her translations have appeared in the National Catholic Register, Zenit News Agency, and numerous books and online publications. Diane is the co-author of Christus Vincit: Christ’s Triumph Over the Darkness of the Age, the first book-length interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider, and is translator of Bishop Schneider’s most recent work, The Catholic Mass. She holds a License in Sacred Theology from the International Theological Institute in Austria, and a B.A. in Italian.
Dickson LeongDickson was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As a young boy, he converted from Buddhism together with his family. He is currently serving as a Catechist, Altar Server, and also Secretary of the Traditional Latin Mass Society of Malaysia. He is an editor for A Sacristan's Guide to the Traditional Roman Rite. He holds a bachelor's degree in Medical Biotechnology from Sunway University and he is also studying theology at the graduate level in his free time. He lives according to the traditional rule of the Dominican Third Order.
DJ ShulickDaniel Shulick was raised as a lukewarm cradle Novus Ordo Catholic but experienced a great spiritual awakening when he discovered Holy Tradition in the year following the “Summer of Shame.” He then spent some time steeping himself in old-school Latin theology and devotions while attending the TLM, learning to serve the ancient liturgy, and singing chant and polyphony. Daniel has a passion for learning, discussing, and writing about all things Catholic, playing and composing secular and sacred music in classical styles, and getting out in God’s creation. He completed his BA in Philosophy and Theology from Holy Apostles College in September 2021, and around the same time also found out he is canonically Ruthenian Greek Catholic. Daniel is currently immersing himself in Byzantine Catholicism as he seeks to realize his state in life. He also writes at his blog, The Based Byzantine (https://basedbyzantine.blog).
Dom Alcuin ReidDom Alcuin Reid is the founding Prior of the Monastère Saint-Benoît in Brignoles, France www.monasterebrignoles.org and is a liturgical scholor of international renown—author of The Organic Development of the Liturgy: The Principles of Liturgical Reform and Their Relation to the Twentieth-Century Liturgical Movement Prior to the Second Vatican Council (Ignatius Press, 2005), which bears a Foreword by Joseph Ratzinger, and the editor of the T&T Clark Companion to Liturgy (Bloomsbury, 2015), among many other collections of scholarly papers.
Dom Daniel Augustine Oppenheimer, CRNJThe Very Reverend Daniel Augustine Oppenheimer, CRNJ, is the founding prior of the Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem, a clerical institute of consecrated life in the diocese of Wheeling Charleston whose members (known as canons) pursue the proper apostolic ends of their religious society. By pronouncing the ancient vows of Stability, Conversion of Life and Obedience and living a common life according to the specific form of the institute, each member consciously strives towards the perfection of charity. The Canons Regular celebrate The Divine Liturgy in its traditional Latin, in the august Eucharistic Sacrifice, Divine Office and other rites and ceremonies of the Church.
Dom Prosper GuérangerDom Prosper Guéranger (1805 - 1875) was the Benedictine Abbot of the monastery of Solesmes, France. After the horrors of the French Revolution, Guéranger helped to revive the Church by means of monasticism and in particular liturgical piety. His magnum opus, The Liturgical Year is a pious meditation on the spiritual, doctrinal, and historical aspects of the Roman Rite as it was passed down by our fathers. He also revived Gregorian Chant at a time when it had fallen into disuse, even in Rome. His work on the liturgy forms the heart and soul of the Catholic Counter-Revolution after 1789 and the true nature of the Catholic liturgical movement. As such his works are promoted by OnePeterFive as we fight against the iconoclasm which still haunts our churches and liturgies. See our editorial stance to read about all the "godfathers" of Traditionalism that we promote.
Don Pietro LeoneDon Pietro Leone holds degrees in humanities and philosophy, which he has taught at seminaries and universities in Europe and America. He lives in Italy where he currently divides his time between his pastoral and academic duties. He is the author of the book The Family Under Attack, an excellent resource!
Dr. Brian KoppBrian J. Kopp, DPM is a Podiatrist in private practice in Johnstown PA and serves as Chairman of the Pro-Life Healthcare Alliance, a program of Human Life Alliance, of which he is also a board member. Dr. Kopp serves as Faith Community Liaison for Catholic Hospice of Greensburg, PA. He has written articles on a range of subjects, primarily the culture of life, medicine and ethics, that have been published in periodicals including the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, New Oxford Review, The Wanderer National Catholic Weekly, and websites including World Net Daily. He is a Board Member of The Polycarp Research Institute. Dr. Kopp has been a guest on several episodes of EWTN Catholic Radio's The Good Fight program, as well as Radio Maria's Armed for Battle program, addressing issues including end of life care and euthanasia, the Affordable Care Act and the HHS mandate.
Dr. Brian McCallProfessor McCall holds degrees from Yale (B.A., Summa Cum Laude), University of London (M.A. Fulbright Scholar), and University of Pennsylvania (J.D., Summa Cum Laude). He has taught law at the university level and in 2013 he was selected to hold the Orpha and Maurice Merrill Endowed Professorship of Law which became the Orpha and Maurice Chair in Law in 2019. He served as Associate Dean of Academics from 2014-2018. He is the author of The Church and the Usurers: Unprofitable Lending for the Modern Economy (Sapientia Press), The Architecture of Law: Rebuilding Law in the Classical Tradition (University of Notre Dame Press), co-author of To Build the City of God: Living as Catholics in a Secular Age (Angelico Press) and editor of A Voice in the Wilderness: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò on the Church, America, and the World (Angelico Press). In addition to his teaching and writing career Professor McCall serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Catholic Family News, a monthly traditionalist newspaper, and hosts a weekly news roundup from a Catholic perspective as well as conducting various interviews of Catholic leaders and authors. He was the coordinator of the Oklahoma City SSPX chapel from 2010-2017 and is currently a member of St. Thomas More Church in Sanford, FL. He has been married to Mrs. McCall since 1991 and they have six children, one of whom is expecting to be ordained in June 2022 and one daughter is trying a vocation with the Dominicans of Fanjeaux.
Dr. John Joy, STDDr. John Joy teaches Theology at St. Ambrose Academy in Madison, Wisconsin. In his spare time he also serves as President of the St. Albert the Great Center for Scholastic Studies and Managing Editor for the Aquinas Institute. His primary academic interests are in the theology and philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, dogmatic theology, and especially questions of infallibility and the magisterium of the Church. He is the author of On the Ordinary and Extraordinary Magisterium from Joseph Kleutgen to the Second Vatican Council (Muenster: Aschendorff, 2017) as well as various articles published in Nova et Vetera, Seminary Journal, New Blackfriars, and Antiphon.
Dr. John L. MurphyMedievalist turned humanities professor; overconfident accumulator of books & music; overcurious seeker of trivia, quadrivia, esoterica. Review eagerly and eclectically in academic journals and for online media. Born and raised in Los Angeles where he just missed being a native of Ireland, where his complexion and he belong. He blogs at, logically, Blogtrotter (http://fionnchu.blogspot.com/)
Dr. John R.T. LamontDr. John R. T. Lamont is a Canadian Catholic philosopher and theologian. He studied philosophy and theology at the Dominican College in Ottawa and at Oxford University, and has taught philosophy and theology in Catholic universties and seminaries. He is the author of Divine Faith (Ashgate, 2004), and of a number of academic papers; his academic website is at https://acu-au.academia.edu/JohnLamont.
Dr. Mark NowakowskiDr. Mark Nowakowski is a scholar and composer whose music has been performed internationally and released on the Gramophone-praised Naxos Records album, "Blood, Forgotten." His writings on Catholicism, music, aesthetics, and music technology appear in numerous publications regularly, while he also maintains an active schedule as a composer and professor of music. A proud native of Chicago, he currently lives with his wife and three children in Ohio.
Dr. Ralph CaponeDr. Ralph Capone (MD, FACP) is a life long Roman Catholic, and a board-certified physician in Internal Medicine and Hospice & Palliative Care. He is also certified by the National Catholic Bioethics Center, and taught Catholic Bioethics at St. Vincent College, and medical subjects in the Physician Assistant Program at Seton Hill. He is now retired, and he and his wife live in Pittsburgh, PA, where he spends his time writing. His writing has appeared in Ethika Politika, "Ethics & Medics" (a publication of the National Catholic Bioethics Center) and also their Bioethics Journals.
Dr. Rudolf HilferDr. Rudolf Hilfer is professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Stuttgart. He has published nearly 180 scientific articles, reviews and books mainly in physics and mathematics. His lecture delivered at the Roman Forum in Gardone on July 11th, 2022, discussed a new interpretation of the katechon in 2 Thess, which was originally published in German in the theology journal Forum Katholische Theologie, volume 38, pages 161-173, (2022).
Dr. Timothy J. WilliamsTimothy J. Williams writes on religion, politics, and literature from his home in rural Ohio, where he and his wife raised their nine children. He graduated cum laude from the University of Kansas with a doctorate in French and holds Master’s degrees in French and Music Theory. In 2010, Dr. Williams retired from the Ohio National Guard with the rank of Major.
Edmund J. Mazza, PhDDr. EDMUND J. MAZZA offers online courses in Church and World History at www.edmundmazza.com. Dr. Mazza is the author of The Scholastics and the Jews: Coexistence, Conversion and the Medieval Origins of Tolerance from Angelico Press. Dr. Mazza is former Full Professor of History at Azusa Pacific University in Los Angeles where he taught for 14 years.
Eduardo J. Echeverria, PhDEduardo J. Echeverria is Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit. His publications include Pope Francis: The Legacy of Vatican II Second Edition, Revised and Expanded (Lectio Publishing, 2019) and Revelation, History, and Truth: A Hermeneutics of Dogma. (2018). His new book is Are We Together? A Roman Catholic Analyzes Evangelical Protestants.
Edward LawrenceEdward Lawrence is a pen name. The author is a convert to the Catholic Faith. He lives in southern England with his wife and two children, and works in London's financial district.
Edward SchaeferEdward Schaefer is president of The Collegium, a position to which he brings 40 years of experience in higher education. His academic formation was in music; he has an expertise in Carolingian chant.
Elizabeth LemmeElizabeth Lemme is a wife, mother, musician, and artist. She holds a B.A. in piano performance and pedagogy from Whitworth University and an M.M. in the same from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her international studies in Byzantine iconography and iconology have informed her growing portfolio of artwork available on her Etsy store, Pelican Printery House. Elizabeth’s music studio is in Nebraska, where she resides with her husband and three children.
Elizabeth YoreElizabeth Yore is an Attorney and International Child Rights Advocate. She served as one of the members of the Heartland Institute delegation to protest the Vatican exclusion of all scientific opinions and reliance on population control experts. She served as Child Advocate and Special Counsel at the South African Leadership Academy for Girls. She was the General Counsel of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. She received her B.A. from Georgetown University and her J.D. from Loyola University Law School in Chicago.
Elliot BougisElliot Bougis (Florida Man™) is a convert from the Reformed tradition. After a decade of teaching in Taiwan, Elliot returned to America and is now a freelance translator, interpreter, marketer, and writer. He is a happily married, multilingual father of three and occasionally a fitness nut. Find out more at ebougis.wordpress.com.
Emilio ProcacciniEmilio Procaccini, after the graduation in 1980 at the "F. Stelluti" secondary school with emphasis on the humanities in Fabriano, central Italy, in 1981 he graduated in piano, with full marks and honors, at the State Conservatory "F. Morlacchi” in Perugia. From 1983 until August 31, 2007 he taught piano in middle school. Parallel to his school career, and to his professional support, he continued his musical studies with teachers such as Guido Agosti, Franco Scala, Emilia Fadini, Glen Wilson, Jörg Demus, Pier Narciso Masi. He has carried out concert activities as a pianist, harpsichordist, organist and, from 1988 to today, as conductor of the Choir Giovani Fabrianesi in Fabriano. He also collaborated, as lecturer and essayist, in the realization of all editions of the Symphonic Season of the Teatro Gentile di Fabriano. He was president, from 2007 to 2013, of the non-profit association Solidarietà ed Accoglienza in Fabriano, which carried out, with the authorization of the Ministry of Social Solidarity, planned hospitality projects for Ukrainian minors from orphanages and problematic family situations. Since 1 September 2007 he has been Principal of some schools in Fabriano.
Emily HessEmily Hess studied philosophy at a small Catholic liberal arts college and has been published at Catholic Lane, CatholicMom.com, and FemCatholic. A survivor of abuse in the Church, she is motivated to pass on the heart of the true faith to her children, and help others to do the same.
Estefanía AguirreEstefanía Aguirre is an experienced journalist who has lived in several countries and speaks five languages. She holds a Master's degree in international journalism from Falmouth University.
Ettore Gotti TedeschiEttore Gotti Tedeschi is an Italian economist and banker. He served as President of the Institute for Works of Religion, also known as the Vatican Bank, from 2009 to 2012.
Father Brian Harrison, O.S.The Rev. Brian W. Harrison, O.S., M.A., S.T.D., a priest of the Society of the Oblates of Wisdom, is a retired Associate Professor of Theology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico in Ponce, P.R. In 1997 he gained his doctorate in Systematic Theology, summa cum laude, from the Pontifical Athenæum of the Holy Cross in Rome. Since 2007 Fr. Harrison has been scholar-in-residence at the Oblates of Wisdom Study Center in St. Louis, Missouri, is well-known as a speaker and writer. He is the author of three books and over 130 articles in Catholic books, magazines and journals in the U.S.A., Australia, Britain, France, Spain and Puerto Rico.
Father Christopher SmithFr. Christopher Smith, S.T.D., is the pastor of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Taylors, SC. He is a member of the Church Music Association of America and contributes regularly to the Chant Café blog. He is also a member of the Catholic Theological Society of America and is a speaker on sacred music, liturgy, theology, and catechesis. In 2013 he was elected to the Society for Catholic Liturgy. In 2014 he was received into the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem as a Chaplain.
Father David NixFr. David Nix was an EMT and paramedic in Boston and Denver. He is a graduate of Regis Jesuit High School and Boston College and is the first FOCUS missionary ordained priest (2010.) His passions include languages, the missions, the end of trafficking and especially the pro-life cause. In light of the 2007 Motu Proprio from Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, he has chosen the traditional (1962) sacraments, blessings and calendar. He will be on loan for a year from his home diocese to run a Traditional Latin Mass parish in Louisiana (which is, of course, in union with the diocese and Rome.) He can be reached at [email protected]
Father Ed Broom, OMVFather Ed Broom is an Oblate of the Virgin Mary. He blogs regularly at Fr. Broom's Blog.
Father Kevin CusickFather Kevin M. Cusick, from the Washington, D.C., area, writes a weekly column for The Wanderer, the oldest US Catholic weekly published in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He also authors "Meeting Christ in the Liturgy", weekly reflections on the Scriptures of the sacred Liturgy and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, an on-line resource for over ten years with over one half million visitors, and is a long-standing contributor to Homilies.net. Cusick is a Lieutenant Commander in the US Navy chaplain corps (RC) who served most recently in Iraq, before that for two years in Italy, three years on board the carrier USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, in Florida and North Carolina. He is also published in The Catholic Standard of the Archdiocese of Washington and the magazine Homiletic and Pastoral Review. His photographs have also appeared in The Wanderer. A Detroit native, Cusick attended Fordham University, from which he earned the Bachelor of Arts in English and Mount Saint Mary’s for an M.A. in sacred theology.
Father Noah CarterFr. Noah Carter is a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, NC. He completed his undergraduate seminary training at the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, OH, with a B.A. in Philosophy. He earned his S.T.B. at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome and is pursuing a S.T.L. in Liturgical Theology at the same university. He currently serves as a parish priest and high school chaplain in the Diocese of Charlotte.
Father Richard HeilmanFr. Richard M. Heilman is a priest of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin State Chaplain for the Knights of Columbus. He is a regular guest host on Relevant Radio’s The Inner Life, and is the founder of the Knights of Divine Mercy, which is an apostolate for Catholic men’s faith formation.. He is also he founder of the Ladies of Divine Mercy, which is an apostolate for Catholic women’s faith formation. He is the author of the Church Militant Field Manual and the Roman Catholic Man website, which are both dedicated to helping Catholics understand and train for their role in the mission of combating evil and rescuing the souls of our loved ones who have lost the precious gift of faith.
Father RPFather RP is the Pastor of two small town Catholic Parishes in the hinterland. He has served in parish ministry since ordination, and also as a priest confessor/spiritual director for a Carmelite Monastery for seven years. Prior to answering the call to the priesthood of Jesus Christ he did all kinds of things, including turning away from atheism and agnosticism. He has a few degrees from places called universities, but they don’t mean much.
Father Thomas KocikBorn and raised in Binghamton, New York, Fr. Thomas Kocik was a computer programmer for IBM Corp. before entering the seminary. In 1997 he was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Fall River by Bishop (now Cardinal) Seán O'Malley, OFM Cap. He is the author of The Reform of the Reform? A Liturgical Debate (2003), Loving and Living the Mass (2nd ed. 2011), The Fullness of Truth: Catholicism and the World's Major Religions (2013), and Singing His Song: A Short Introduction to the Liturgical Movement (2nd ed. 2019), as well as many published articles and book reviews. From 2009 to 2012 he was editor of Antiphon, the journal of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. A complete bibliography is available HERE.
Felipe Alanís SuarezFelipe Alanís Suarez is the Vice President of Fœderatio Internationalis Una Voce.
Felix ThompsonFelix Thompson is the pen name of a freelance writer based in the Midwest, seeking to defend the truths of the Catholic faith.
Fr Armand de Malleray, FSSPFr Armand de Malleray, FSSP holds a master’s degree in modern literature from the Sorbonne and is the author of the novel Vermeer’s Angel, Arouca Press, 2023.
Fr. Aleksandr Burgos
Father Aleksandr Burgos is a priest of the Russian Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is originally from Spain. He has devoted much of the last 20 years of his ministry to spreading devotion to Our Lady of Fatima amongst the Russian people, especially through the Tsarskoe-Selo Icon of Our Lady of Fatima, which he developed alongside Orthodox iconographer Ivan Lvovich. He is presently campaigning to build a Shrine to Our Lady of Fatima for all Russia in St. Petersburg.
Fr. Antony BrennanBefore entering a Benedictine Monastery, Fr. Antony was on a university staff, lecturing for some years in English literature, then later tutoring in abnormal psychology. After some years as a monk, he transferred to the diocesan priesthood and worked in many parishes, lectured to many groups, and was privileged to be chosen to be chaplain to a group of enclosed Benedictine nuns. In a roller-coaster ride as a priest, he even lived for a while as a hermit – and loved it. He offers only the TLM, which he loves; regards the priests of the Fraternity of St. Peter as his friends; and has faculties from the Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia.
Fr. Ignatius of the Side of Jesus, PassionistFr. Ignatius (Carsidoni) of the Side of Jesus (1801-1844) was one of the Passionists who were instrumental in the restoration of Catholic England in the 19th century. He taught theology in Rome. There he became enflamed with the zeal of his fellow Passionist, Bl. Dominic Barberi (1792-1849), for the conversion of England. Bl. Dominic had inherited this supernatural passion from St. Paul of the Cross (1694-1775), the founder of the Passionists. They made contact with the English Catholic lady Mrs. Louisa Canning in 1831, and eventually succeeded in planting the Passionist order in England in 1842. Bl. Dominic later received St. John Henry Newman into the Catholic Church in 1845.
Fr. James MawdsleyBorn in 1973, James Mawdsley grew up in Lancashire, England. He was ordained a Catholic priest in 2016. In 2020 Fr Mawdsley was removed from his assignment for offering Masses open to the faithful during lockdowns. He was prevented from public ministry because he refused to obey illegal and irrational instructions which harmed the common good and salvation of souls, eventually resulting in a canonical suspension. So long as the Roman Curia submits to forces intent on destroying divine worship, the best obedience Fr Mawdsley believes he can offer the hierarchy is to accept their penalties but not follow their man-made agenda.
Fr. John P. LovellFather John Lovell is originally from the South Suburbs of Chicago. He was ordained for the Diocese of Rockford in 2007 by Bishop Thomas G. Doran. Father studied at Mt. St. Mary's Seminary where he obtained a Master's in Dogmatic Theology. In 2012, while Father was studying at the Dominican House of Studies, he was removed/canceled by the new bishop of Rockford, David J. Malloy. For the last decade, Father Lovell has fought for his good name and has helped other priests in the same situation. In the spring of 2021, he co-founded the Coalition for Canceled Priests. More information can be found at canceledpriests.org.
Fr. John ZuhlsdorfConvert from Lutheranism, ordained to the priesthood in 1991 by St. John Paul II in Rome for the Suburbicarian Diocese of Velletri-Segni. Classics at University of Minnesota. Licence and Doctoral studies in Patristic Theology at the Augustinianum in Rome. Formerly a collaborator of the Pontifical Commission "Ecclesia Dei," moderator of the Catholic Online Forum, columnist for The Wanderer and the UK's Catholic Herald, Fox News contributor. Speaker. Blogist. fatherzonline.com @fatherz
Fr. Jonathan RomanoskiFr. Jonathan Romanoski is a member of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter. He was ordained in 2008, and has served their apostolate in Guadalajara, Mexico for six years.
Fr. José Miguel Marqués CampoFather José Miguel Marqués Campo was born in 1962 in Spain, but was raised in the Chicagoland area. He attended Rosary College, Illinois (now Dominican University) and obtained a B.A. in International Business Administration. His seminary studies were in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain, and he was ordained a priest on Pentecost – May 26, 1996, Archdiocese of Oviedo. He is a former parish priest, former chaplain of a residence for the elderly, and currently assigned to the Basilica-Sanctuary of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, city of Gijón. Father Campo is also the former radio host of a regular series of commentary on the "Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church" on Radio María Spain. He has also been the radio host of a special miniseries on Literature and Faith, centering on the life and works of J.R.R. Tolkien: "De los Anillos al Señor" / "Of the Rings to the Lord." He is the appointed diocesan Chaplain of the Traditional Latin Mass.
Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, OP (1877–1964) was a professor of metaphysics and theology at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome from 1909 until 1960. A faithful Thomist, standing squarely within the Dominican tradition of Thomist commentary, he penned many articles and books through the course of his very active career. Although best known for his masterpiece in spiritual theology, The Three Ages of the Interior Life, he wrote extensive commentaries on St. Thomas Aquinas’s Summa theologiae, a massive two-volume work devoted to the topic of apologetic theology, multiple philosophical texts defending Thomistic metaphysics and epistemology, and a number of studies dedicated to particular theological topics such as Providence, Predestination, and the problem of theological modernism. Through his many years of activity, he defended the truths of the faith, as well as the theological positions of the Thomist school, doing so with a charitable but firm tone. A man of apostolic zeal, when not teaching and writing, he dedicated much time to the vocation of preaching that is eponymous for his religious order, in particular in the form of retreats for religious and laity alike. Through this teaching and writing, he influenced countless souls and left a mark upon Thomism which remains to this day and, in fact, is finding new appreciation among readers seeking to understand the great principles of Thomist thought. English translations of his works can be found at St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and Cluny Media. Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange is one of the many figures in our modern epoch that is promoted at OnePeterFive as a spiritual father to whom we must pay homage and heed for wisdom in our times.
Fr. Scott Randall PaineScott Randall Paine is a priest of the archdiocese of Brasilia, and professor of Medieval Philosophy and Oriental Thought at the University of Brasilia. A native of the United States, since 1974 he has lived, studied and taught in various countries of Europe, Asia and South America. He has published widely in both Portuguese and English on religious and philosophical topics, including most recently an anthology of the works of the British philosopher, Bernard Kelly (Angelico Press, 2017). He has been Visiting Scholar at Munich’s Hochschule für Philosophie, the National University of Singapore and Harvard Divinity School. His current writing and research can be followed at www.3wisdoms.com.
Fr. Timothy SauppéFr. Timothy Sauppé was born in Milwaukee and attended Cleveland State University. He has a M.Div./S.T.B. from the Dominican House of Studies (Wash. D.C.) and a S.T.L. from the Pope John Paul II Institute (Wash. D.C.). He received a certificate of studies towards a S.T.D. (Incomplete) from the Marian Library/International Marian Research Institue, Dayton, Ohio. He was ordained in 1992 and has been pastor of St. Mary’s, Westville, IL. since 2008 and St. Isaac Jogues, Georgetown, IL. since 2014.
Frank Szedlak, Jr.Cradle Catholic, minor seminary, served in the Air Force and Air National Guard. B.S. and M.A., Michigan State University. In 1995, received from then-bishop Sean O’Malley the Marian Medal for longtime service to the Fall River Diocese. Serving member with Sandy, wife of 49 years, of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Wellfleet, Mass. (summer) and St. Gregory the Great, Bluffton, S.C. (winter). Has a ministry called "Marian News" for the sending of information and books to the U.S. bishops.
Genevieve KinekeGenevieve Kineke has written and spoken extensively on the subject of drawing women into a deeper Catholic faith life. She is the founder of Canticle Magazine and has written extensively, with articles published in Catholic World Report, Our Sunday Visitor, and Inside the Vatican. In addition, Genevieve has written several books including The Authentic Catholic Woman. She has hosted television programs on the role of women in the Church and appeared numerous times on EWTN. In 2008, she addressed a Vatican congress celebrating the 20th anniversary of St. John Paul II’s Apostolic Letter, Mulieris Dignitatem (“On the Dignity and Vocation of Women”) You can find out more about Genevieve Kineke’s work at feminine-genius.com and find her book, The Authentic Catholic Woman, at amazon.com.
Genie ShawGenie is a Catholic convert and second generation homeschool mom to a passel of 8 bairns, deep in the heart of Texas where their little farmstead is modeled after the rhythm of monastic life and naturally observing the liturgical year. Genie writes the popular blog Barefoot Abbey, where cloister meets hearth, and is founder of the Feast Fast Feria Collective, a mentorship and community for busy Catholic mothers that takes the stress and guess work out of liturgical living
George NeumayrGeorge Neumayr is a contributing editor to The American Spectator and author of the book, The Political Pope: How Pope Francis Is Delighting the Liberal Left and Abandoning Conservatives. He is also co-author of an earlier book, No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom.
Gerard BiaganGerard Biagan is a member of the Cebuano Summorum Pontificum Society. He has been an altar server since 2008 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in medical technology from Cebu Doctors’ University in 2015. His interests include liturgy and medical ethics.
Gina SowerGina Sower is, first and foremost, a wife and mother of seven incredible children. She and her husband run a non-profit called Apologhetti, which stands for apologetics and spaghetti. It involves a monthly spaghetti dinner and apologetics for teens and an annual apologetics camp, where they bring in some of the best known and loved Catholic apologists in the country. It is through her great love for the Church, and through her own personal journey, that she has found much joy in writing about matters concerning the Faith.
Giovanni DelPieroGiovanni Del Piero lives in Sacramento, Calif. and is a senior attending a Catholic high school. He runs cross country and participates in Model United Nations and Young Conservatives. He likes to read and lifeguard in his free time.
Grace Holder is a wife, a mom to five mostly grown children, and a public interest lawyer in Pennsylvania.
Greg CookGreg Cook is a writer living in New York’s North Country with his wife. He graduated from Plattsburgh State College and The Evergreen State College. He is the author of two self-published books of poetry, Against the Alchemists and A Verse Companion to Romano Guardini’s ‘Sacred Signs.'
Gregory DiPippoGregory DiPippo, a native of Providence, Rhode Island, has studied Latin, Greek, and several other languages, as well as classics and patristics. He has been a regular contributor to the New Liturgical Movement website since 2009, and the editor since 2013. His writings cover a very wide variety of topics, but his first specialty was the study of the reforms of the Roman liturgy before the Second Vatican Council, on which he has written several series of articles.
H. Merritt BakerH. Merritt Baker is a convert to the Catholic Faith. He hopes that all people will joyfully embrace the fullness of the Catholic Faith, and is passionate about sharing the Catholic Faith through writing. At twenty-four years old, he lives with his wife in Oklahoma.
H. Reed ArmstrongReed Armstrong is a Catholic artist (sculptor) living in Front Royal, VA whose work is displayed in churches, public spaces and private collections both here and abroad. He is also a writer and lecturer on religion and art, often with a focus on occult, or diabolical influences on art starting in the Renaissance and proliferating in the 19th and 20th centuries. His writings have appeared in Crisis Magazine, Communio, Latin Mass and the Journal of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, among others. Some of these essays, along with examples of his sculptural endeavors, may be found on his website www.agdei.com .
H.P. BianchiDr. H. P. Bianchi is an associate professor of history at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland, where he teaches courses on Western Civilization and Asian history. He received his MA in modern German history from the University of Connecticut and his PhD from The Catholic University of America. His research focuses on the question of secularization in Britain and the United States. Dr. Bianchi is the author of St. George's Day: A Cultural History of England's National Holiday. He blogs with The Catholic Review at the The Fertile Soil.
Harriet VaneHarriet Vane is a pseudonymous Southern Catholic intellectual, embedded in the wilds of American academia.
Heather PriceHeather Price is homeschooling mother. Formerly, she was a middle school French and Spanish teacher. Her current hobbies are reading about ancient Greece, chasing her children, and keeping her backyard from turning into an English garden. She lives in the metro Detroit area with her husband, six children, and three cats.
Henry SireHenry Sire, historian and writer of The Dictator Pope, is the author of six books on Catholic history and biography, including one on the famous English Jesuit, writer, and philosopher Father Martin D’Arcy. The Dictator Pope is the fruit of Henry Sire’s four-year residence in Rome from 2013 to 2017. During that time he became personally acquainted with many figures in the Vatican, including cardinals and curial officials, together with journalists specializing in Vatican affairs.
Hilary CollinsHilary F. Collins lives in northern Virginia with her family. She graduated from Baylor University, received a master’s degree from the U.S. Naval War College, and is now a homeschooling mom. Along with her husband, they attend church in the Arlington Diocese and strive to instill godly knowledge and faithful fortitude in their child.
Hilary WhiteAfter two dream-like years living in Norcia, the cradle of Western Monasticism, Hilary moved unexpectedly with her three cats to the area near Perugia, where she gardens a great deal and tries not to worry too much.
Honora Kenney is a media professional who writes from Brooklyn, New York. She has a B.A. and M.A. in English literature from the University of Notre Dame.
Hudson ByblowHudson Byblow is a Catholic speaker and writer who presents at conferences throughout Canada and the United States. He shares his personal testimony to clergy, schools, and parishes and consults for various Catholic agencies, speakers, and educators. He focuses on his story of overcoming trauma while pursuing greater self-honesty and truth. Today he strives to elevate the conversation through clear language while revealing the joy of living chastely in his newfound freedom in the Lord. His website is www.hudsonbyblow.com.
Hugh OwenHugh Owen is a convert to the Catholic Faith (since 1972) and the son of Sir David Owen, the first secretary general of International Planned Parenthood Federation. He and his wife Maria have nine living (on Earth) children and sixteen grandchildren (so far), including two daughters who are members of a Benedictine Abbey. Hugh is a professional writer and editor and the director of the Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation, which provides a forum for Catholic theologians, philosophers, and natural scientists all over the world who defend the traditional Catholic doctrine of creation and who expose the fatal flaws in the molecules-to-man evolutionary hypothesis in both its theistic and atheistic forms.
Ian StoneIan Stone is a traditional Catholic husband and father from Massachusetts. He is a theology and philosophy student who enjoys reading, writing and sharing the Catholic faith.
Ida Friederike GörresIda Friederike Görres (1901-1971), née Countess Coudenhove, born in Ronsperg (Bohemia), a resident of Freiburg im Breisgau, author of, among other works, The Hidden Face: A Study of St. Thérèse of Lisieux (1946); Nocturne: Diary and Sketches (1949); The Church in the Flesh: Six Letters on the Catholic Faith (1951); Is Celibacy Outdated? (1962); The Checkered Christian and other Commentaries and Essays (1964); Broken Lights: Diaries and Letters, 1951–1959 (1966).
Ignacio GallardoIgnacio Gallardo, born in 2001, is a Chilean student of Law. He discovered the Traditions of the Church when he was in Europe and instantly loved them. He enjoys reading and his main interests are Theology and the Sacred Liturgy.
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J.B. TonerJ.B. Toner studied Literature at Thomas More College; He has contributed to First Things, Dappled Things, National Catholic Register, The Remnant, The Wanderer, Catholic Lane, America Magazine, and numerous secular venues.
J.P. MurphyJP. Murphy is a husband and father of two who supports himself and his family by plying his trade at the bar — and not the one that requires a degree. He has strong interests in liturgy and the interior life and is striving to apply the teachings of the Catholic faith in his and his family’s life.
Jack P. OostveenJack P. Oostveen is emeritus assistant professor of soil mechanics and foundation engineering at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Jacob BauerJacob Bauer, husband of Hannah and father of one on the way, is a finance student in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he makes personal efforts to showcase the truth, beauty, and goodness of Catholic tradition, especially to college-aged students. He is also currently involved in the schola at his local FSSP apostolate.
Jacob TateJake is a Catholic convert and is passionate about spreading orthodox Catholicism and the traditional Latin Mass through writing and through his work on the Mass of the Ages documentary series. Additionally, he helps his wife, Emily, to run the Catholic All Year Market in partnership with Catholic author Kendra Tierney. He resides in Northern Virginia with Emily and his three children. He can be reached at [email protected] or through Mass of the Ages at [email protected].
James BareselJames Baresel is a freelance writer. Publications for which he has written include Tudor Life, Catholic World Report, American History, Fine Art Connoisseur, Military History, Catholic Herald, Claremont Review of Books, Adoremus Bulletin, New Eastern Europe and America’s Civil War.
James BogleJames Bogle is a barrister (trial attorney) in practice in Britain for 30 years in constitutional, public and commercial law, a former British cavalry officer, and a writer and historian. He is also a Knight of Malta and was President of the International Una Voce Federation promoting the traditional Roman rite from 2013-2015.
James GriffinJames Griffin is a convert from Seventh-day Adventism and currently lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter. An autodidact and self-proclaimed expert in medieval history, liturgy, and culture, James also has a keen interest in sacred music, and has dedicated many years to restoring the hallowed tradition of Gregorian chant in his native Texas. You can find more of his musings on his blog, Modern Medievalism.
James Kalb, Esq.James Kalb, who holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Yale University, is a lawyer and independent scholar whose reviews and essays on political thought have appeared in various journals in the United States and Europe, including Modern Age and Telos. He is the author of The Tyranny of Liberalism: Understanding and Overcoming Administered Freedom, Inquisitorial Tolerance, and Equality by Command.
Jamie SkojecJamie Skojec is a homeschooling mother of seven children. She is also a real estate broker and state-certified first-time homebuyer class instructor. She and her husband Steve live in the DC suburbs of Northern Virginia.
Jane SpencerJane Spencer is from Kansas City. She attended St Mary’s College, earning an AA in Liberal Arts, worked as a teacher’s aid at St Mary’s grade school, and is now studying Art and Philosophy at Benedictine College.
Jane StannusJane Stannus is a journalist and translator. Her writing has also appeared in the Catholic Herald of London, Crisis Magazine, The Spectator USA, and the National Catholic Register.
Jason KirsteinJason Kirstein is a former Special Operations sniper with the 1/75th Ranger Regiment and an ex-defense contractor for the Department of State. He is a longtime blue-collared worker who also finds himself in academia, holding a B.A. in the classical liberal arts and finishing his M.A. in philosophy.
Jeff CassmanJeff Cassman is a former Air Force Intelligence Analyst and a predictive behavioral modeling expert for an ad agency in Nashville, TN. He’s a cradle Catholic and first attended a traditional Latin Mass in 2000. He later studied theology at Holy Apostles College in Connecticut. Jeff is a co-founder of Catholic Men of America, our country’s only national professional business fraternity for Catholic men. He is a gentleman farmer, raising pigs, rabbits, chicken and quail and has designed and built aquaponic greenhouse growing environments for tilapia and organic produce. Jeff has been married to his high school sweetheart, Sarah for 28 years and they have homeschooled their 14 children (11 boys and three girls), now ages 3 to 26. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys eating and sleeping.
Jeff CulbreathJeff Culbreath writes from Sacramento, California, where he lives with his wife of 27 years and three of his six children. He works in real estate and attends St. Stephen the First Martyr parish. He can be reached by email at [email protected].
Jeff DahlbergJeff Dahlberg is a freelance writer who lives in the Western New York region of the United States. As he is a revert from lapsed Catholicism and practical atheism, his salvation is a work in progress.
Jeff StempelJeff Stempel converted to Catholicism from agnosticism in 2006. He is married to his beautiful wife of seven years, a father of three, and works as a software developer in the Twin Cities. He blogs at Traditional Roman Catholic Thoughts.
Jeffrey BondDr. Jeffrey Bond has a B.A. from Kenyon College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in political philosophy from the University of Chicago. He has been teaching since 1979 on both high school and college levels. He converted to Catholicism in 1986. He is married with nine children.
Jeffrey M. OstrowskiJeffrey M. Ostrowski holds his B.M. in Music Theory from the University of Kansas (2004) and has done graduate work in the fields of Musicology and Education. He is the president of Watershed and his writings have appeared in Homiletic & Pastoral Review, Sacred Music Journal, The Catholic Exchange, New Liturgical Movement, Liturgical Arts Journal, Adoremus Bulletin. He currently serves as choirmaster for the new FSSP Apostolate in Los Angeles, CA, where he lives with his wife and children. Known across the globe as a composer, before he had reached the age of 30, Mr. Ostrowski’s compositions had already been sung by distinguished choirs—e.g. the resident choir of the New York Philharmonic—as well as for Masses in major churches such as Saint Peter’s Basilica (Vatican City)
Jeffrey QuickJeffrey Quick (b.1956, Cass City, Mich.) has degrees from the University of Michigan (musicology) and Cleveland State University (composition). For the past 20 years, he has been assistant music librarian at Case Western Reserve University, and for the past five years he has directed music for the Tridentine Mass at St. Sebastian Parish in Akron. More information can be found at jeffreyquick.com and the St. Sebastian Gregorian Schola page on Facebook.
Jennifer Roback MorseJennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. is the founder and president of the Ruth Institute and the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies are Destroying Live and How the Church has been right all along.
Jennifer S. Bryson, PhDJennifer S. Bryson is a Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) in Washington DC and Austria.
Jeremiah BannisterJeremiah Bannister is a writer, YouTuber, and public speaker. After serving in the U.S. Navy, he earned a degree in Journalism & Mass Communication, with a minor in Political Science, from Olivet College (Michigan), where he was awarded the school’s top-honor in three specialties: creative writing, political science, and public speaking. Since then, he has hosted a local TV show, served as a contributing editor for the Distributist Review, and hosted a live AM/FM talk radio program (PaleoRadio). Jeremiah has presented before audiences at Michigan State University, Ferris State University, and Campellsville University. He currently hosts Paleocrat Diaries LIVE on Meaning of Catholic, which airs every Wednesday and Friday morning at 10 a.m. EST on MoC's YouTube channel. To learn more about his work or to schedule an interview/event, contact him at [email protected].
Jeremiah HarrisonJeremiah Harrison is a Benedictine oblate and father of five. He and his wife Michaela, also an oblate, run Liturgy of the Home with a mission to support Catholics in celebrating the liturgical year of the Church all year round. They produce The Illustrated Liturgical Year Calendar, published by Sophia Institute Press.
Jerome LacknerJerome is a pro-life activist formerly of New York City, currently living in Scranton, Pa., where he attends the Tridentine Mass at Saint Michael’s Church. Author of several unproduced screen plays dealing with contraception or abortion, Jerome is looking for talented collaborators to make these unproduced screenplays into films. His email address is [email protected].
Jerry SalyerJerry Salyer has contributed to publications such as Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, New Oxford Review, Crisis, Abbeville Institute, Imaginative Conservative, and Catholic World Report.
Jessica MichonskiJessica Michonski is the Assistant Coordinator of the St. Catherine of Siena Young Adult Group, based out of Mater Dei Latin Mass Community, FSSP, Harrisburg, PA. A Traditional Catholic since 2010, she is also currently a first year graduate student studying public history through Fort Hays State University. She hopes to work in a living history museum, that is, unless Prince Charming finds her first. In addition to writing blog posts and novels, Jessica indulges in many other hobbies including fiber spinning, sewing modest clothing, gardening and baking.
Jessica Rose CusatoJessica Rose Cusato is a Lebanese-American wife and mother, whose greatest joy is homeschooling her children within a faithful Catholic community. She is honored and grateful to see her work appear on 1Peter5.
JGP ConnollyJGP Connolly lives in Ireland with his wife and five children. He holds a masters degree in history, with degrees in philosophy, theology, and psychology. When he has time and is not shaking his head at the state of the Church, he is a freelance writer with an interest in history, current affairs, and anything Catholic.
Jim PartlowJim Partlow converted from Protestantism in 2003 and, ten years later — after two years at St. Mary’s Seminary — discovered his true vocation, which is to serve the faithful explaining and defending the Catholic faith. Jim lives in Jacksonville, Florida with his beautiful wife and two lovely daughters, has a Bachelor of Music degree in theory/composition, and spends his days playing jazz piano and running his website, braincoffee.net. He can be found on Facebook (Brain Coffee) and Instagram (braincoffeemedia).
Jodi LacroixJodi Lacroix is a long-time parishioner of the FSSP Apostolate Church Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Littleton, Colorado. She is featured in the movie documentary “Mass of the Ages: Episode II : A Perfect Storm." She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ohio University and an associate degree in commercial art from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Widow, Mother and Grandmother.
Joe BoccaJoseph Bocca holds a bachelor’ s degree in European history from CUNY Queens College and lives in Long Island, New York.
Joe TerlisnerJoe Terlisner works as an engineer and graduated from the US Merchant Marine Academy in 2016. He resides in eastern Virginia with his wife and three sons. In his spare time he writes poetry, some of which can be found at at clamores.substack.com.
Johan EddeboJohan holds a Ph.D. in philosophy of religion and is currently involved in a research project at Uppsala University regarding the metaphysics of artificial intelligence and how narratives of artificial personhood impact upon the notion of human dignity. He advocates for anarcho-primitivist distributism and was accepted into the Catholic Church in September 2019.
John A. LitwinskiJohn Litwinski is a graduate of a Catholic high school, Benet Academy, and has degrees from Johns Hopkins University (B.A.), the London School of Economics (M.Sc.), and Georgetown University’s law school (J.D.). He is a former partner in a major Chicago law firm and business owner.
John Byron KuhnerJohn Byron Kuhner edits the online journal In Medias Res for the Paideia Institute. He is working on a biography of Vatican Latinist Reginald Foster, O.C.D. He lives in Steubenville, Ohio.
John C. Rao, PhDDr. John C. Rao obtained his doctorate in Modern European History from Oxford University in 1977. His dissertation concerned nineteenth century Catholic reactions to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. He worked in 1978-1979 as Eastern Director of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and was Associate Professor of European History at St. John’s University in New York City from 1979 until 2021. Dr. Rao is also director of the Roman Forum, a Catholic cultural organization (www.romanforum.org) founded by the late Professor Dietrich von Hildebrand in 1968, which works in both New York City and Italy. He writes for numerous French, German, Spanish, and Italian journals. Many of his writings dealing with the relationship between Church and society throughout history can be found on a website entitled For the Whole Christ (jcrao.freeshell.org)--a name taken from the writings of St. Augustine to describe the character of the Mystical Body and its consequences for human life as a whole. Perhaps the most important of his works are Removing the Blindfold (Remnant Press, 1999; second, revised edition, The Angelus Press, 2014)), which discusses Catholic rediscovery of their own heritage in the post-French revolutionary era, and Americanism and the Collapse of the Church in the United States (Roman Forum Press, 1995). Black Legends and the Light of the World (Remnant Press) was published in 2012. Dr. Rao is also editor of Luther and His Progeny: 500 Years of Protestantism and Its Consequences for Church, State, and Society (Angelico Press, 2017). A Centenary Meditation on a Quest for “Purification” Gone Mad was published by Arouca Press in 2018. Arouca Press is in the process of publishing seven volumes of his collected works, of which two volumes are in print (see here and here). He is married and lives in Manhattan with his wife. He has three grown children.
John C. WrightJohn C. Wright is is a successful science fiction and fantasy novelist, and was a Nebula Award finalist for his novel Orphans of Chaos He is the author of 12 novels, most recently The Judge of Ages (Count to a Trillion) , part of the ongoing Count to the Eschaton Sequence. He lives in Virginia with his wife, authoress L. Jagi Lamplighter, and their four children. A former atheist, he converted to Catholicism in 2008.
John CarriereJohn Carriere is a salesman who successfully dropped out of high school in the 90's. He likes flower gardening and shooting things with guns. He lives in Ontario with his wife and four children where they attend the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. He podcasts, reasonably well, at http://facebook.com/TheCarriereShow/
John F. Salza, Esq.John F. Salza, Esq. is an attorney and also a widely-acclaimed Catholic writer and lecturer for the past 20 years. He is the author of a dozen books on the topics of Scriptural apologetics, Predestination, Freemasonry and Fatima, including his most recent opus True or False Pope? - Refuting Sedevacantism and Other Modern Errors (co-author Robert Siscoe). His many articles have appeared in The Remnant newspaper, The Fatima Crusader magazine and Catholic Family News. He has been a frequent guest on radio shows throughout America, such as Catholic Answers Live, The Drew Mariani Show and Kresta in the Afternoon, and has appeared on television programs for the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN) and The Discovery Channel. John's latest articles and talks can be found at www.trueorfalsepope.com.
John HendersonJohn Henderson is a graduate of the Catholic University of America currently working as an educator in the state of Maryland. He has been going to the traditional Latin Mass regularly for six years and is zealous to tell others of the treasures of the Catholic religion.
John HirschauerJohn Hirschauer is a freelance journalist who writes about religion, culture, and politics. His work has appeared in National Review Online, The New York Times, The Federalist, and others. He was the 2018 national undergraduate winner of the William F. Buckley, Jr. Ideas essay contest and is deeply passionate about Catholicism and tradition. A frequent volunteer at a state institution for disabled adults, John is a public advocate for those who reside in institutions and their families. He can be found on Twitter at @JohnHirschauer.
John Horvat IIJohn Horvat II is a scholar, researcher, educator, international speaker, and author of the book Return to Order, as well as the author of hundreds of published articles. He lives in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, where he is the vice president of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP).
John JanneyJohn is a cradle Catholic husband and father of four from rural Western Montana. Born as the second Vatican Council was getting underway, John lived through the “new springtime” in the church which had disastrous effects on his family and many close Catholic friends from his youth. Years later, by God’s grace, John and his family discovered that the unadulterated Catholic faith was still promoted and defended in a few traditional Catholic communities which has restored their faith in Christ and His Church. Now semi-retired and living in the desert Southwest with his lovely wife of 28 years and homeschooling their youngest son, John shares their story in the hopes that it might help even one Catholic avoid the many mistakes he made as a young husband and father that were all too common in the Novus Ordo parishes.
John LackenJohn Lacken is a columnist with the Catholic Voice newspaper specialising in writing topical articles on all matters concerning Marriage and Family life as understood from the magisterial teachings of the Catholic Church. John is also the founder of Legio Sanctae Familiae -- The Legion of the Holy Family -- which seeks to help Catholic families to live out the great call of married life. He is currently working on a book the working title of which is The Catholic Family - Bedrock of Society: A Handbook for Catholic Family Life. John maintains the True Devotions website where his articles are available to download.
John LillisJohn Lillis is the founder and president of Lifeboat Coffee, which sends Cash Back Pro-Life Rewards from purchases to nearly 100 front-line pro-life groups across the United States. He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville and a 20 year veteran of the media industry. He and his wife Paula have seven children and one grandchild.
John Michael BuckleyJohn Michael Buckley has worked in law enforcement for twenty years in a major city in the north east of the United States.
John Pepino, PhDJohn Pepino, PhD (Greek and Latin), is a Franco-British scholar interested in change and continuity in Church History. His work includes the translation from French into English of Yves Chiron, Annibale Bugnini: Reformer of the Liturgy (Angelico Press, 2018) and of The Memoirs of Louis Bouyer: From Youth and Conversion to Vatican II, the Liturgical Reform, And After (Angelico Press, 2015).
John SchroderJohn Schroder is a Naval Academy graduate and former Marine infantry officer. A wannabe computer programmer, he’s never published a word of software code, so he’s relegated to simply writing in English. Having sold his shares of a small software company in 2018, he lives in south Louisiana with his wife and five kids.
John SmeatonJohn Smeaton is vice-president of the International Right to Life Federation and co-founder/co-director of Voice of the Family, an international Catholic initiative which provides formation on the family and the sanctity of life in conformity with Catholic teaching. He was chief executive of the UK’s Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) from 1996 until 2021 and SPUC general secretary from 1978 until 1996. John Smeaton and his wife, Josephine, have four children, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
John ZmirakJohn Zmirak is Senior Editor of The Stream. received his B.A. from Yale University in 1986, then his M.F.A. in screenwriting and fiction and his Ph.D. in English in 1996 from Louisiana State University. His focus was the English Renaissance, and the novels of Walker Percy. He taught composition at LSU and screenwriting at Tulane University, and has written screenplays for and with director Ronald Maxwell (Gods & Generals and Gettysburg). He was elected alternate delegate to the 1996 Republican Convention, representing Pat Buchanan. He has been Press Secretary to pro-life Louisiana Governor Mike Foster, and a reporter and editor at Success magazine and Investor’s Business Daily, among other publications. His essays, poems, and other works have appeared in First Things, The Weekly Standard, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, USA Today, FrontPage Magazine, The American Conservative, The South Carolina Review, Modern Age, The Intercollegiate Review, Commonweal, and The National Catholic Register, among other venues. He has contributed to American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia and The Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Thought. From 2000-2004 he served as Senior Editor of Faith & Family magazine and a reporter at The National Catholic Register. During 2012 he was editor of Crisis. He is author or co-author of six books, including Wilhelm Ropke: Swiss Localist, Global Economist, The Grand Inquisitor (graphic novel), The Race to Save Our Century, and most recently, Bad Catholic’s Guide to the Catechism. He was editor of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s guide to higher education, Choosing the Right College and Collegeguide.org, for ten years, and is also editor of Disorientation: How to Go to College Without Losing Your Mind. He is a native of New York City, but now resides in Dallas, TX.
Jon FrodinJon Frodin is a recent Catholic convert from Naperville, Ill. He works an engineer specializing in product safety and is attending law school in the evenings. His primary areas of writing and reading are the Crusades, Church history, logic, and morality.
Jon HainesJon Haines received an MA in Philosophy from Franciscan University of Steubenville and is currently an adjunct professor of philosophy near Chicago and a supplemental educator in various liberal arts subjects. He blogs at jonhaines.com
Dr. Alšėnas is a biopharmaceutical industry analyst, executive, and consultant. He is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Northwestern University.
Jonathan BurgessJonathan Burgess is the Education Program Manager at a veterans' non-profit in South Carolina and a senior at Southern New Hampshire University, where he is majoring in English Language and Literature. He is also a Catholic theology student through the New Saint Thomas Institute. He is a Marine combat veteran and a Catholic convert who was received into the Church in 2011. He is a husband and father of three.
Jonathan CariveauJonathan Pierre Cariveau is a Minnesota native and a convert to Eastern Catholicism from Evangelical Protestantism. He writes on Eastern Catholicism, Church history, liturgical theology, and Catholic life in the 21st century.
Jonathan FleischmannJonathan Fleischmann is currently an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis., USA. He has written peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of subjects, including engineering mechanics, mathematical logic, and Mariology. He is the author of Marian Maximalism, published by the Academy of the Immaculate, and a regular contributor to the bimonthly magazine Missio Immaculatae International. He is married to Clara M.B. Fleischmann, and they have six children: Gertrude, Thomas, Mattias, Anselm, Philip, and Edith. His academic webpage is at https://jonathanfleischmann.wordpress.com.
José Antonio UretaJosé Antonio Ureta is a senior member of the Plinio Correa de Oliveira Institute of Sao Paulo and the author of Pope Francis’s “Paradigm Shift”: Continuity or Rupture in the Mission of the Church? An Assessment of His Pontificate’s First Five Years.
Josef LucianoJosef Luciano (MA, CUNY) is a writer who works in digital communications in NYC. He has written for Fangoria, Starlog, and Diabolique Magazine.
Joseph BevanJoseph Bevan is the father of ten children and lives in Dover, United Kingdom. He has been a corporate financial adviser for most of his working life and now that all his offspring have flown the nest he is spending his time reading, practising the piano and playing Scrabble with his wife, Clare.
Joseph FredrikssonJoseph Axel Fredriksson is a graduate of Wyoming Catholic College currently working for his alma mater and as a Marine Reservist. His writings have appeared in Crisis Magazine and Latin Mass Magazine. Currently, he is pursuing his Masters in Humanities with a Concentration in Classical Education through the University of Dallas.
Joseph GroffJoseph Groff is a military attorney serving around the world. He has survived American academia with his faith intact, holding degrees from UCLA, Pepperdine and Columbia Law. Joe is blessed with a beautiful bride and five daughters. He enjoys the richness of the same holy reverent Latin mass wherever life takes him.
Joseph HatcherBack in the Nineties, Joseph Hatcher experienced Francis Schaeffer–style cognitive dissonance between his newfound Fundamentalist faith and the pop culture he loved. This struggle led him to found Wonder magazine. That magazine's defense of wonder-filled culture uncovered a certain sacramental logic. This eventually would lead many of its staff to take a good hard look at Rome. Hatcher's books include The Magic Eightball Test, in which he attempts to parse his own love of spooky culture, and She Might Be Hungry, a novel that pits Primitive Baptist vampires against a Catholic priest who doesn't believe in the Creed — much less in the undead.
Joseph SciambraJoseph Sciambra was born in 1969, in Northern California, not far from San Francisco. He grew up in a stable and loving home while attending Catholic parochial schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Early on, the dark shadow of pornography would cloud his entire childhood and teenage years. Throughout the 1990s, Joseph lived around the homosexual culture of the Castro District, offering him rare insight into the daily lives and struggles of many gay men. Later, he became an amateur porn actor and escort. In 1999, following a near death experience, Joseph returned to the Love of Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church. Since then he has written extensively concerning the real-life issues of pornography, homosexuality, and the occult. He received his BA from the University of California at Berkeley in Art History and his MA from Sonoma State University.
Joseph Shaw, PhDDr Joseph Shaw has a Doctorate in Philosophy from Oxford University, where he also gained a first degree in Politics and Philosophy and a graduate Diploma in Theology. He is the editor of The Case for Liturgical Restoration: Una Voce Position Papers on the Extraordinary Form (Angelico Press), and the author of The Liturgy, the Family, and the Crisis of Modernity (Os Justi). He is the Chairman of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales and President of Una Voce International. He was a member of the Philosophy Faculty in Oxford University for 18 years and is now an independent scholar and freelance writer. He lives outside Oxford with his wife and nine children.
Josh KuschJosh Kusch received his MA in Catholic Thought and Life from St. Meinrad School of Theology. He teaches Catholic theology in Louisville, Kentucky, where he lives with his wife and five children.
Joshua CharlesJoshua Charles is a former White House speechwriter for Vice President Mike Pence, a #1 New York Times best-selling author, historian, columnist, writer, public speaker, and ghostwriter. He is a convert to the Catholic Faith from Protestantism. His work has been featured in prominent outlets such as Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, the Jerusalem Post, the Blaze, the Federalist, Daily Wire, Epoch Times, and others. He has published books on topics ranging from the Founding Fathers, to the impact of the Bible on human history, and the Catholic Faith (forthcoming). He is a Scholar at the Faith and Liberty Discovery Center in Philadelphia, and the Pope Leo XIII Fellow of Catholic Teaching on Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. He is a concert pianist, and holds degrees in music, government, and law. He lives in California.
Julia MeloniJulia Meloni is the author of The St. Gallen Mafia (TAN, 2021). She holds a bachelor's degree in English from Yale and a master's degree in English from Harvard.
Julian KwasniewskiA musician, visual artist, and writer, Julian Kwasniewski is Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Wyoming Catholic College. His writings have appeared in numerous venues, including The National Catholic Register, Catholic World Report, The Catholic Thing, Crisis Magazine, Salvo Magazine, Latin Mass Magazine, and The European Conservative. You can find some of his artistic work on Etsy and YouTube.
Juventutem DCJuventutem DC is the local Washington, DC chapter of the Foederatio Internationalis Juventutem. We are a group of Catholic young adults who seek to implement Summorum Pontificum in the Archdiocese of Washington. We love the traditional Roman liturgy and seek to share it with the Church and the world.
Kale ZeldenBorn in New Orleans, Kale has been wayfaring for much thereafter: Baton Rouge to New Hampshire, to Baton Rouge, to Los Angeles, and now Rhode Island. He lives with his wife and three children, two dogs, three ducks, and five chickens in Rhode Island. He earned his BA in literature from Thomas More College and an MA in English from Louisiana State University. He wrote briefly for a regional golf magazine, worked in Hollywood, and has been teaching great books in Rhode Island for over a decade. Kale is passionate about teaching stories, listening to music and podcasts, watching football, and playing golf. He has struggled to kick his Twitter habit since April of 2009. He remains unsuccessful. Due to a wicked gluten intolerance, he mostly longs to eat bread again...and beer.
Kathleen Gillio is a homeschooling mom who lives in upstate New York with her husband and 9 children.
Kelsey ShadeKelsey Shade describes herself as "A Christian first, a happily married wife second, and then a Mom to two handsome boys, Gabriel the three-year-old and Matthias, the almost-one-year old. I love them all to pieces and try to enjoy each day of this busy, blessed life!" She blogs at Organizing Life With Littles.
Ken FoyeKen Foye is an American Catholic living abroad, teaching English writing, reading, presentation, discussion, and conversation classes at a four-year university in northern Japan. He is an Oblate of St. Benedict and is married to a Japanese convert to Catholicism. Among his academic research interests is the inclusion of faith and religion discussions in the English language classroom.
Kennedy HallKennedy Hall is a contributing editor for OnePeterFive. He is the author Terror of Demons: Reclaiming Traditional Catholic Masculinity and Lockdown with the Devil, a novel published by Our Lady of Victory Press. He is a writer at Catholic Family News, LifeSiteNews and is the host of the Conservative talk-radio show, The Kennedy Report. He is married with four children and lives in Ontario, Canada.
Kenneth AlexanderKenneth A. Dobbs is a writer and educator from Mont Vernon, New Hampshire. His first experience teaching was at a polytechnic school in Austria, and he also had the opportunity to tutor students from China and Belarus. He graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in history. He has written and field-tested lesson plans for Sophia Press Institute, including its Infusing the Faith textbook series. He currently teaches history to eighth- to twelfth-grade students at Holy Family Academy in Manchester, New Hampshire, and is excitedly awaiting his marriage to his fiancée in August.
Kevin LoslebenKevin Losleben resides in rural southern Minnesota with his wife of eight years and six children. He graduated from Winona State University with a double major in English writing and secondary education. He currently works in diocesan youth ministry and is taking graduate classes through Christendom College.
Kevin WellsKevin Wells is a Catholic writer, speaker, and former sports reporter with the Tampa Tribune, where he covered major-league baseball. He is the author of the best-selling Catholic book The Priests We Need to Save the Church (Sophia, 2019) and Burst, A Story of God’s Grace When Life Falls Apart (Servant). Wells is president of the Monsignor Thomas Wells Society for Vocations. His work with youths earned him the James Cardinal Hickey National Figure Award from the Archdiocese of Washington. He lives in Millersville, Md., with his wife and three children. To learn more about Kevin and to read his blogs and articles, please visit ThePriestsWeNeed.com.
L. S. PredyMr. Predy is a Byzantine Catholic layman from Western Canada. He currently works in Communications for a Byzantine Catholic eparchy in addition to full-time undergraduate studies in Humanities (Minoring in Philosophy). Mr. Predy co-founded with his wife Kyleshka, TheByzantineLife.com, a blog about the traditional Byzantine Catholic faith and family life, and the Prayer League of the Holy Innocents and St. Stylianos, a Pro-Life prayer apostolate. The Predy's are blessed with three beautiful children.
Laramie HirschLaramie Hirsch is a right-wing traditionalist Catholic writer and monarchist. He is the author of The Hirsch Files and the blog Forge and Anvil.
Lee Fratantuono, PhDDr. Lee Fratantuono finished degrees in Classics at Holy Cross, Boston College, and Fordham. He has authored over a dozen books and some sixty articles on Greek and Latin literature and Roman history, including commentaries on books of Virgil, Ovid, and Tacitus, and monographs on Lucretius and Lucan.
Lilliana JohnsonLilliana Johnson is a recent graduate of Christendom College residing in Southern Louisiana.
Linda GraberLinda Graber is a retired California educator with experience in elementary and middle schools, both government and Catholic. Later, she helped manage a small non-profit tutoring company which specialized in pulling struggling middle school students back from the brink of academic disaster. Linda also volunteered for seven years at a school for homeless boys, where she devised the Life Skills program, taught in the classroom, and helped recruit and manage community volunteers. A former Anglo-Catholic, Linda made the swim across the Tiber in 2000, one of the best decisions she ever made. She has been married 45 years and is the mother of two adult children.
Lindsay MurrayLindsay Murray is a homeschooling mother of four. She is a revert to the Catholic Church who can never seem to get enough candles, chant and incense. She can often be often found reading, laughing loudly and being used as a human jungle gym. One day she will be sitting at the end of a dock, on a secluded lake, drinking coffee with the guy that still gives her butterflies even after all these years.
Lisa BourneLisa Bourne has worked in journalism and communication for the pro-life community, the Catholic Church, other Christian denominations, and secular media for more than 20 years. She graduated from the University of Iowa with a BA in Communication and a minor degree in Theater Arts. Lisa writes, edits, and shoots photography from Iowa.
Logan FratiLogan Frati is a former division I athlete who earned a bachelor's degree in history from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. He currently resides in the northeastern United States with his beloved wife and first child on the way. He labors for the common good as a police officer.
Lorenza FormicolaLorenza Formicola was born in the year that Poland took the words "communism" and "socialism" out of its constitution. She has always been a writer, but not with the purpose of persuading, because that would lead her to cowardice and dishonesty. Journalism has taught her that it is not possible to stir up emotion with mere emotion, ideas with mere ideas, hope with mere hope. Rather, for all of these to exist it is necessary to provide actual meaning, weight, and tangibility, otherwise they evaporate. She is firmly convinced that "tolerance means indifference" (Domenico Giuliotti).
Lucas SipeLucas is a recent graduate from Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina with a degree in history and classical language. His focus is on early medieval Byzantine history, with an emphasis on East-West relations. He is interested in pursuing further studies with the intention of one day getting a graduate degree.
Luis MedinaLuis Media is a Bible teacher, public speaker, radio host and media consultant with over 15 years of experience. He has B.A. in Communication from the Metropolitan University of Monterrey in Mexico and a Masters in Theology from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. Although he can cover a wide-array of topics, his expertise are focused in the arena of politics, social commentary and theology. During his spare time he enjoys reading, taking long walks, studying and teaching the Bible. You can find more about him on his YouTube Channel Reconquista Network or at his Twitter @Luisblogs.
Lynne Bissonnete PitreEmeritus psychiatrist, musician, and executive director of the Sacred Liturgy Conference.
M MA Florida native, M.M. received his B.A. in English and communications from Florida State University in 2015. He has worked in digital and full-service advertising agencies in South Florida and done freelance work in creative content production and strategy. He lives in Hyattsville, Maryland with his wife and daughter and delights in many pursuits, such as writing on cultural restoration through Catholic values and appreciating the true, good, and beautiful.
M.B. MooreM.B. Moore is a former blogger, soon to be published novelist, former I.T. guy, and business consultant. He is also a curmudgeon, trying hard to break ungodly habits and be a good Catholic. In fact, he's trying to start a series of articles for "Happy Trads." He long ago got off social media for the good of his soul and hopes you do, too.
Maike HicksonDr. Maike Hickson, born and raised in Germany, studied History and French Literature at the University of Hannover and lived for several years in Switzerland where she wrote her doctoral dissertation. She is married to Dr. Robert Hickson, and they have been blessed with two beautiful children. She is a happy housewife who likes to write articles when time permits. Her articles have appeared in American and European journals such as Catholicism.org, LifeSiteNews, The Wanderer, Culture Wars, Catholic Family News, Christian Order, Apropos, and Zeit-Fragen.
Malta InsiderMalta Insider is a pseudonym that encompasses the collaborative efforts of multiple concerned insiders with knowledge of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
Marco TosattiMarco Tosatti is a renowned Italian journalist and Vatican expert. He has been covering the Holy See since 1981. His written work appears in La Stampa and La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana. He is the author of several books, including The Prophecy of Fatima and Investigation of the Holy Shroud. He blogs at Marcotosatti.com.
Maria 1.0Maria 1.0 is an association of German Catholic women who are making public our unity and loyalty to the Catholic Church and the Magisterium in opposition to Maria 2.0 and other Feminist and Liberal movements in the German Church.
Maria EngelMaria Engel is a Catholic mother devoted to Our Lady and to studying the sacred Traditions of the Catholic Church, including its art and architecture.
Mark Discher, PhDPrior to taking the headmastership of Great Hearts’ Cicero Preparatory Academy in Scottsdale, Dr. Mark Discher taught at Ottawa University (Kansas), University of St. Thomas (St. Paul), Benedictine College (through the Pastoral Studies Institute, Diocese of Tulsa), and at the College of St. Mary Magdalen. He received a B.A. from Wheaton College (Illinois), an M.Div. from Fuller Seminary, an S.T.M. from Yale University, and a DPhil from Oxford University. Aside from teaching, reading, and writing, Dr. Discher is an entrepreneur who has started several businesses and is currently self-employed. A convert to Catholicism, he and his family are active members of St. Timothy Catholic Church in Mesa, AZ.
Mark IngoglioMark Ingoglio is an emergency responder working in fire, EMS, and emergency management. A graduate of Mt. St. Mary College and originally a teacher of English and then also of high school Latin, he holds a CBIS from the American Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists and currently teach adult survivors of brain injury in the sub-acute rehabilitation setting. He is a life-long Catholic and resident of New York State, and a devotee of St. Ignatius and the Jesuit saints, admiring their drive to "go anywhere and do anything" in the service of Christ and His Catholic Church.
Martin BürgerMartin Bürger was born and raised in Germany, went on to study theology at the International Theological Institute in Austria, and graduated with a Master's degree in 2017. Two days after graduation, he got married. He and his wife currently live in sunny California with their twins, who were born exactly nine months after their wedding.
Mary HansenMary Hansen writes at MadonnasOfMexico.com. She is a former teacher and has written for the for the National Catholic Register, The Catholic Register and OnePeterFive. She has a B.A. from Queen’s University and a Master of Education and Master of Divinity from the University of Toronto (St. Michael’s). She writes from Ontario, Canada.
Mary JimenezMary Jimenez is a freelance writer from the Deep South, and is deeply passionate for traditional Catholic living and for sanctifying the domestic Church. She blogs at marydonellan.wordpress.com.
Massimo ScapinMassimo Scapin, an Italian conductor of both opera and the symphonic repertoire, composer, and pianist, holds degrees in piano and choral conducting from the State Conservatory of Music in Perugia, in orchestral conducting and composition from the National College of Music in London, and in religious science (magna cum laude) from the Pontifical Lateran University. Massimo appeared as guest conductor and pianist in Europe, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, and the United States. He was also a Vatican Radio commentator and entertainer. He currently serves as Director of Liturgical Music at St. John Cantius Church in Chicago.
Mathias Von GersdorffMathias von Gersdorff was born in Santiago de Chile in 1964. He studied economics in Heidelberg and Bonn and graduated 1989. He worked several years as a banker in London and Frankfurt/Main. From 1990 he became an activist in Germany’s Pro-Life movement (Aktion SOS Leben) and in the German Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property – TFP. Since 1993 he coordinated the activities of the campaign "Kinder in Gefahr" against pornography, blasphemy, and violence in the media. During the government of Gerhard Schröder he organized many campaigns against "homosexual marriage". Mathias v. Gersdorff is the author of many books about family and media issues. He also writes regularly for many newsletters and is the editor of several publications. He is the president of the German Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property – TFP.
Matt C. AbbottMatt C. Abbott is a Catholic commentator with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication, Media and Theatre from Northeastern Illinois University. He's been interviewed on MSNBC, NPR, WLS-TV (ABC) in Chicago, WMTV (NBC) in Madison, Wis., and has been quoted in The New York Times and the Chicago Tribune. He can be reached at [email protected].
Matt GaspersMatt Gaspers is the Managing Editor of Catholic Family News, a monthly journal and online media apostolate devoted to promoting the traditional Catholic Faith and the precious heritage of Christian civilization. He was asked by John Vennari (1958-2017), longtime Editor of CFN and stalwart defender of the Faith, to carry on CFN’s important work shortly before Mr. Vennari’s passing. In addition to writing for CFN, Mr. Gaspers has also been published by The Fatima Crusader, OnePeterFive, and LifeSiteNews. His study and writing interests include theology, Church history, Fatima, Islam, and the spiritual life. He has spoken at conferences hosted by Catholic Family News and the Fatima Center. He and his wife, together with their children, reside in Colorado.
Matthew KarmelMatthew Karmel is the nom de plume of a teacher, freelance writer and translator living in Zurich, Switzerland with his wife and four children. A lifelong Catholic, he is also the author of the blog The Radical Catholic.
Matthew Minerd, PhDDr. Matthew Minerd is a Ruthenian Catholic, husband, and father. He is a professor of philosophy and moral theology at Ss. Cyril and Methodius Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA, and the Director of the MA in Philosophy at Holy Apostle. His academic work has appeared in the journals Nova et Vetera, The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Saint Anselm Journal, Lex Naturalis, Downside Review, The Review of Metaphysics, and Maritain Studies, as well in volumes published by the American Maritain Association through the Catholic University of America Press. He has served as author, translator, and/or editor for volumes published by The Catholic University of America Press, Emmaus Academic, Cluny Media, and Ascension Press. He is the translator of numerous works by Fr. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange and the co-author and editor, with Dr. Jon Kirwin, of The Thomistic Response to the Nouvelle Théologie: Concerning the Truth of Dogma and the Nature of Theology.
Matthew PleseMatthew Plese is a Third Order Dominican who resides in Chicago, IL. Matthew is a practicing Certified Public Accountant and Catechist. He is the President of CatechismClass.com, an online based organization whose mission is to make the best in Catholic religious education and Sacramental preparation available for those who need it. Matthew writes a monthly piece on apologetics and catechesis for Catholic Family News and a weekly column for the Fatima Center. He is also the author of Catholic Book Summaries: 54 Traditional and Contemporary Classics; Eschatology: The Catholic Study of the Four Last Things; Understanding the Precepts of the Church, and The Roman Catechism Explained for the Modern World as well as The Definitive Guide to Catholic Fasting & Abstinence. He also blogs at A Catholic Life.
Matthew ReidMatthew Reid is a retired police officer living on the eastern coast of the United States.
Maureen MullarkeyMaureen Mullarkey is a painter who writes on art and culture. Her essays have appeared in various publications, among them: The Nation, Crisis, Commonweal, Hudson Review, Arts, The New Criterion, First Things, The Weekly Standard, and The Magazine Antiques. She was a columnist for The New York Sun. She also keeps the weblog Studio Matters [www.studiomatters.com] She can be reached at mmlett[email protected] or via Twitter @mmletters.
Maxim GrigorieffMaxim Grigorieff, MA in Philology, is a third-year seminarian from the Russian Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite from Saint-Petersburg. Having been raised in a devout Russian Orthodox family in Siberia, he converted to Catholicism in 2014 after reading Church history and Early Fathers in his initial way to Orthodox priesthood. Since 2015, Maxim has been engaged in apologetic activities among his Orthodox brethren. Author of many articles and a translator, he participated in inter-confessional debates, seminars and conferences reading reports and delivering speeches in defense of the Catholic faith from both external and internal challenges it currently faces. Since 2020, Maxim Grigorieff has been studying at the Catholic Higher Theological Seminary "Mary - Queen of the Apostles". Engaged.
Michael BoharskiMichael Boharski, a lay Catholic father of four children and stepfather to an additional son, is a retired physician who practiced and lives in the state of Montana.
Michael Drake, Jr.Michael Drake, Jr. is the father of seven, an amateur composer of sacred polyphony, and a member of the Mater Dei parish in Irving, TX. He blogs at www.catholicliving.net, where he shares his compositions.
Michael EzzoMichael Ezzo is an American Catholic layman who apostatized in his teen years. He reverted to the Faith after moving to Japan, where he has lived for the past 25 years and works as an English instructor.
Michael FoleyMichael P. Foley is an associate professor of Patristics in the Great Texts Program at Baylor University. He is the author of over 150 articles and several books on theology, the most recent of which is Drinking With the Saints: The Sinner's Guide to a Holy Happy Hour (Regnery, 2015). Foley is currently serving as the president of the Society for Catholic Liturgy. He lives in central Texas with his wife Alexandra and their six children.
Michael HichbornMichael Hichborn is the president of the Lepanto Institute. Formerly, Michael spent nearly eight years as American Life League’s Director of the Defend the Faith project. He has researched and produced countless articles and reports on the funding of abortion, birth control, homosexuality and Marxism by Catholic Relief Services and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). Michael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Christendom College in Political Science and Economics and a Master’s degree in Education from American Intercontinental University. Michael lives in Virginia with his wife, Alyssa, and their seven children.
Michael J. B.Michael J.B. writes about the influence of the Occult on history, society, and how it crops up in some of the most unexpected places. Around 2019 he began a ‘Prodigal Son’ type return to the Church. He is now a Latin Mass enthusiast and Marian devotee. He’s also engrossed in the study of a wide variety of topics that unveil the enmity of the esoteric traditions – such as Freemasonry and Theosophy – toward all things Catholic. Last but not least, Michael is currently writing a book on the aforementioned topics, and is happy to be a part of OnePeterFive’s updated mission to ‘Unite the Clans.’
Michael LoftonMichael Lofton is a Latin Rite Catholic working on a Master of Arts in Theological Studies at Christendom Graduate School. He has appeared on EWTN’s The Journey Home, SiriusXM Radio and Radio Maria.
Michael MasseyMichael Massey is a young Catholic from Australia with a great love the Church and her history. He writes history pieces for the Remnant newspaper in his spare time and struggles through law school the rest of the time.
Michael MoreA former Montana state legislator and Catholic high school teacher, Michael More holds a Masters in Dogmatic Theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary. He is a secular Carmelite and avid outdoorsman. Progress on his spiritual auto-biography continues under the working title, “Beware the deception being prepared for you… How one student of the Second Vatican Council found the true Church in the Traditionalist perspective”.
Michael Sirilla, PhDMarried with seven children. Professor of dogmatic and systematic theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. A Thomist in the Dominican interpretive tradition. Special research focus: fundamental theology, ecclesiology, and theology of the episcopacy.
MikeMike is the founder of Restoring the Faith Media, an online apostolate dedicated to the magnificence of Catholic Culture and Catholic Identity. He is a father of six, a two-time combat veteran, a former Wall Street banker, and a frequent commenter on both current events and devotional materials.
Mike ChurchMike Church is the host of the Sirius/XM talk-radio program, "The Mike Church Show." He is a filmmaker, singer-songwriter, author, and passionate Catholic.
Mrs. Karen HickeyMrs. Hickey lives in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her husband, her dad and the remaining Hickey children. She converted from Judaism 25 years ago into the Old Rite, left Capitol Hill as a press secretary and has been home raising their 6 children ever since.
Msgr. Gene Thomas GomulkaGene Thomas Gomulka is a sexual abuse victims’ advocate, investigative reporter and screenwriter. A retired Navy (O6) Captain/Chaplain, seminary instructor and diocesan respect life director, Gomulka was ordained a priest for the Altoona-Johnstown diocese and later made a Prelate of Honor (Monsignor) by Pope St. John Paul II.
Msgr. Michel SchooyansMichel Schooyans is professor emeritus of the Catholic University of Louvain, where he taught political philosophy, modern ideologies, and the ethics of political demography. A former member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences and the Pontifical Academy for Life, he is also a member of the Fides et Ratio Academy (Rio de Janeiro) and of the Mexican Academy of Bioethics (Mexico).
Murray RundusMurray Rundus is a senior in high school, former child actor as Wendell on Gamers Guide to Pretty Much Everything seen on Disney XD and Disney Channel, and convert to Catholicism. Murray converted to Catholicism in 2018 after finding Christ through St. Augustine’s Confessions and the theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. Murray advocates for traditional Catholicism and is working to become a better follower of Christ through the traditional sacraments and devotion to Our Lady.
Natasha Wilson, PhDDr. Natasha P. Wilson is a convert to the Catholic faith. Coming to the knowledge of God through contemplating the origins of the universe as a child, she was first baptized in a Protestant denomination. As she got older, she lived much of her life as a religious "none." She began attending a non-denominational community about a decade ago until she was called home to the Holy Catholic Church in 2015. In her brief time as a Catholic, she has had many God-ordained experiences. Her desire is to live a Christian life in simplicity, and so she has taken up residence with her dog in an RV. Natasha is the author of her own blog called The Society of Saint Augustine and Monica (www.ssaugustineandmonica.com).
Nate VaughanNate Vaughan owns and operates Akita Inc, a small-scale publisher of Catholic books. He is a fine artist and graphic designer currently living in Asia with his family. He is interested in injecting artistic beauty, decency and common sense back into the culture. He sees obeying Our Lady of Fatima as the only hope.
Nathan ThelenNathan Thelen grew up in a town with a single stoplight and now lives in deep suburbia. A software developer by trade, he works primarily in the aeronautics and automotive fields. Outside work. he spends his time with racquetball, biking, reading, and never-ending home improvement projects. His main influences are Dostoevsky, Kierkegaard, Chesterton, and Aquinas. He lives with his wife and two young boys.
Nathaniel RichardsNathaniel Richards is a Catholic husband and father who lives in the Ozarks. He enjoys collecting Catholic books and promises that one day he will read most of them—eventually, maybe. Starting a Catholic bookstore that sells books rather than gifts is a dream of his. He converted from Oneness Pentecostalism to Anglicanism and eventually made his way to Catholicism in 2015.
Nicholas CavazosMr. Nicholas Cavazos is a philosophy and theology student at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, currently working on his master’s in theology with an emphasis in Thomistic studies. He converted to the Church through the avenue of the Traditional Latin Mass and runs a show on YouTube called “The Traditional Thomist." He is also a Third Order Dominican with a Traditional Dominican community.
Nicholas KalinoowskiNicholas Kalinowski is a computer science student from midwestern America, possessing a great interest in the liberal arts and the sacred liturgy. His three favorite moments in the history of Christendom are the Siege of Malta, the Battle of Lepanto, and the Battle of Vienna.
Nicholas RaoNicholas Rao, from New York City, is currently pursuing his PhD in philosophy at Saint Louis University. He received his B.A. from The Catholic University of America. In July 2023 he delivered his first lecture, against post-Cartesian rationalism, for The Roman Forum. He has written for The Remnant and has an article appearing this fall in The Latin Mass magazine. He is fond of musicals and making things rhyme, and has published poetry. He hopes to spend the rest of his life writing and walking the Chartres pilgrimage.
Nishant XavierNishant Xavier lives in Chennai, India. He has an MBA in Financial Management and works in investment banking in Credit Suisse. He earlier worked at Bank of New York in its Chennai office. He makes time to preach the Gospel. His Passion is to preach to 100 Crore Souls before he dies. He is the Author of the upcoming Book: The Great Commission of Lord Jesus Christ: Distributing 150 Crore Bibles in India by 2033. For any important concern, send him a mail at [email protected] or connect with him on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn and YouTube.
Noah PetersNoah Peters is President of the Arlington Latin Mass Society, a 501(c) non-profit dedicated to supporting the Traditional Latin Mass in the Diocese of Arlington and the Archdiocese of Washington (latinmassarlington.org).
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Patrick ArchboldPatrick Archbold is co-founder of Creative Minority Report, columnist for The Remnant and a former columnist at the National Catholic Register. When not writing, Patrick is director of information technology at a large international logistics company. Patrick, his wife Terri, and their five children reside in Long Island, N.Y.
Patrick ChisholmPatrick Chisholm is a senior fellow with the Catholic Apologetics Institute of North America and author of Holy Health: How Church Makes You Healthier and Happier.
Patrick HawkinsPatrick Hawkins is the founder of Sermonry, a place to study Mass propers. He writes from Michigan.
Patrick J. BuchananPat Buchanan has been a senior adviser to three presidents, twice a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination and the presidential nominee of the Reform Party in 2000. From 1966 through 1974, Buchanan was a confidant and assistant to Richard Nixon. From 1985 to 1987, he was the White House Director of Communications for Ronald Reagan. In 1992, Buchanan challenged George H. W. Bush for the Republican nomination and almost upset the president in the New Hampshire primary. In 1996, he won New Hampshire and finished second to Sen. Robert Dole with 3 million Republican votes. Buchanan was born in Washington, D.C., educated at Catholic and Jesuit schools, and received his master's degree in journalism from Columbia in 1962. At 23, he became the youngest editorial writer on a major newspaper in America, The St. Louis Globe-Democrat. In 1966, Buchanan became the first full-time staff member in the legendary comeback of Richard Nixon. He traveled with the future president in the campaigns of 1966 and 1968, and served as special assistant to the president from his first day in office through the final days of Watergate. On leaving the White House, Buchanan became a columnist and founding father of three of the most enduring talk shows in TV history: "The McLaughlin Group," CNN's "Capital Gang" and "Crossfire." In 2002, he joined MSNBC where he remained for ten years. In his White House years, Buchanan wrote foreign policy speeches and attended four summits, including Nixon's opening to China in 1972 and Reagan's Geneva and Reykjavik summits with Mikhail Gorbachev in 1985 and 1986. Buchanan has written 12 books, including seven New York Times best-sellers: "A Republic Not an Empire," "Death of the West," "Where the Right Went Wrong," "State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America," "Day of Reckoning," "Churchill, Hitler and The Unnecessary War,” and "Suicide of a Superpower,” as well as a Washington Post 1988 best-seller about growing up in the nation's capital, "Right From the Beginning." He is married to the former Shelley Ann Scarney, a member of the White House staff from 1969 to 1975.
Patrick KornmeyerPatrick Kornmeyer lives in Delaware with his wife and newborn daughter. He studied history, philosophy, and graduate theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville.
Patrick O'HearnPatrick O'Hearn is a husband and father. He has authored and co-authored seven books including the Parents of the Saints, Nursery of Heaven (coauthor), The Shepherd at the Crib and the Cross, Courtship of the Saints, The Grief of Dads (coauthor), Go and Fear Nothing, and Our Lady of Sorrows (coming this February by Sophia Press). His subjects of interest include the lives of the saints and the interior life. He holds a master's in education from Franciscan University. You can visit his website at patrickrohearn.com.
Patty KnapPatty Knap is a freelance writer from Long Island, a Catholic book hoarder, and the mom of two young adult sons.
Paul BaddePaul Badde was born in 1948. He was an editor and reporter for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and has served as a correspondent for the Berlin daily newspaper Die Welt in Jerusalem, Rome, and the Vatican (2000-2013). He is the editor ofVatican-Magazin, and since 2013, he has served as correspondent and author for EWTN in Rome, as well as for the Catholic News Agency. Badde, who also taught high school history and political science, has authored numerous books. He is married, and is the father of three sons and two daughters.
Paul CaseyPaul Casey, M.D. is a hand and wrist surgeon working in Southern California. He also has a Master's degree in theology. You can follow him on Twitter at @MrCasey62.
Paul KrausePaul Krause is a senior contributor at The Imaginative Conservative and has been published in academic journals and media outlets including Crisis Magazine, The Wanderer, The Remnant, Merion West, and Forbes Online. He holds an M.A. in theology from Yale and a B.A. in economics, history, and philosophy from Baldwin Wallace University.
Paul StarkPaul Stark is the founder of Stark Productions and the producer and director of a number of international award-winning dramas, including Gas Station, Time Management, and The Other Girl.
Pauper PeregrinusPauper Peregrinus ("Poor Pilgrim") is the nom de plum of a Catholic priest and theologian.
Peter Bleyer, MDDr. Peter M. Bleyer is a father of five. A US Navy Veteran, he received his medical degree from Wake Forest School of Medicine and is the medical director of Coastline Women’s Crisis Pregnancy Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He is also the president of Blessed Clemens von Galen Catholic Medical Guild of South Carolina.
Peter DabrowskiPeter Dabrowski is a cradle Catholic that rediscovered the faith and discovered the beauty of the Traditional Latin Mass and the rich tradition of the Church. He is the author of the book Good Government According to God: A Critical Analysis of Scripture. His study interests include theology, politics and government and he speaks three languages.
Peter Kwasniewski, PhDDr. Peter Kwasniewski is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College and The Catholic University of America. He taught at the International Theological Institute in Austria, the Franciscan University of Steubenville’s Austria Program, and Wyoming Catholic College, which he helped establish in 2006. Today he is a full-time writer and speaker on traditional Catholicism who has written many books and publishes on a wide variety of sites. His work has been translated into twenty languages. Visit his personal website at www.peterkwasniewski.com, his Substack "Tradition and Sanity," his publishing house Os Justi Press, and his composer site CantaboDomino.
Peter LaFavePeter LaFave writes from Southern California, where he lives with his wife and three small children.
Peter LyonsPeter Anselm Lyons is a homeschooled high school student with a penchant for Liturgical Theology and Apologetics. He is studying the Great Books of Western Civilization, Thomistic philosophy, and the writings of Fr. John Zuhlsdorf. He is a columnist for Catholic Stand and an enthusiastic chess and competitive volleyball player in his spare time. He is currently discerning seminary formation and the Catholic priesthood.
Philip PrimeauPhilip Primeau is a layman of the Diocese of Providence. He has previously published in Catholic World Report, Crisis, Catholic Exchange, Homiletic & Pastoral Review, and Aleteia. He may be contacted at [email protected].
Phillip CampbellPhillip Campbell is history teacher for Homeschool Connections and the author of numerous works of Catholic history. He is best known for the Story of Civilization books from TAN Books. Phillip has a BA from Ave Maria University and a certificate in Secondary Education from Madonna University. He has been involved in historical writing, teaching, and curriculum development for over 15 years. Phillip is the founder of the Catholic publishing company Cruachan Hill Press. More of his historical essays can be found on the website Unam Sanctam Catholicam. He resides in southern Michigan.
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Rachel RollandRachel Rolland is a housewife and homeschooling mother happily living in a small Southern town in the eastern U.S.A., trying to bring the good old ideas out of the books and into daily life. She has got a tiny, cheerful garden going on her urban lot, teaches Latin, and thinks that folk music and sacred music can help save civilization.
Rafael Xavier GonzalezRafael Xavier Gonzalez studied Theology, Philosophy, Latin and Greek in two seminaries, one in Spain and another in Peru, specializing in Thomism, Suarism, and Molinism. He has lectured at varied parishes and centers on approved Marian apparitions. Rafael is also a veteran of the Iraq war. He is currently a teacher in a classic liberal arts high school and an adjunct professor of philosophy.
Raymond KowalskiRaymond Kowalski is from Rochester, New York. He is a product of parochial elementary schools and The Aquinas Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Bonaventure University and a law degree from The George Washington University. After a forty-year career in communications law, he is retired and living with his wife in Gainesville, Virginia. They are the parents of three and grandparents of five.
Raymond Leo Cardinal BurkeBorn in 1948 in Richland Center, Wisconsin, Raymond Leo Burke attended seminary in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Washington, D.C., and Rome, where he was ordained a priest by Pope Saint Paul VI in 1975. Ordained a bishop in 1995 by Pope Saint John Paul II, he served for almost nine years as Bishop of La Crosse, where he founded the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and over four years as Archbishop of St. Louis. He was named a cardinal in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI. Cardinal Burke has written and spoken widely on Roman Catholic canon law, the Holy Eucharist, devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the sanctity of human life. He is a member of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura.
Rebecca DeVendraRebecca DeVendra received her BA in Classics from Franciscan University in 2010. She's authored and co-authored Latin and Humanities courses for online K-12 curriculum, and currently works in a management position for a company that sells healthcare courses to colleges. She studies at the Academy of Realist art in Boston part-time in between working from home and caring for her small children. Her gallery can be viewed on her blog: https://beckydevendra.wordpress.com/gallery/
Reid TurnerReid Turner attended Bethel University and Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul, MN and pursued additional graduate studies at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute. He founded and managed an investment advisory firm in San Francisco. It was while a student in Chicago that he converted to Catholicism and was received into the Church.
Richard GreenhornRichard Greenhorn is a writer and attorney who lives with his wife and son in the Midwest.
Rick MurpheyRick Murphey is a Catholic artisan and craftsman who owns St. Joseph's Apprentice, a business specializing in hand-crafted portable altars for Catholic priests. He lives in Hauser, Idaho.
Rob FriedlRob Friedl is an avid adventurer, world traveler, and connoisseur of poor life choices. Graduating Purdue in 2009 with a BS in Aviation Flight, he proceeded to spend the next ten years experiencing the life of a working man in everything from being a deckhand on a river barge tug to building wind turbines across the midwest. He spends his free time exploring the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and can be found on his site: skypirateadventures.com.
Rob MarcoRob Marco is a married father of three. He holds a MA in Theology from Villanova University. He has appeared on EWTN’s “The Journey Home” and his writing has been featured at OnePeterFive, Catholic Stand, Catholic Education Resource Center, SpiritualDirection.com, Beauty So Ancient, and other Catholic publications. He blogs at Pater Familias.
Robert Cardinal SarahRobert Cardinal Sarah was born in Guinea, West Africa. Made an Archbishop by Pope John Paul II and a Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI, he was named the Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments by Pope Francis in 2014. He is the author of God or Nothing, The Power of Silence, A Time to Die, Couples, Awaken Your Love, Catechism of the Spiritual Life, and, with Pope Emeritus Benedict, From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church.
Robert SiscoeRobert Siscoe was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He has enjoyed a successful business career, beginning at the age of 23, when he was the top producing trader for an international Forex trading firm. He has founded several successful companies and currently works for himself in the insurance and financial industries. Mr. Siscoe converted to the Church in 1998 and quickly became a fervent student of all things Catholic, with a special interest in theology and metaphysics. He is a widely published author and a co-author of the book True or False Pope? Refuting Sedevacantism and Other Modern Errors.
Robert SullivanMr. Sullivan resides in Hastings, Nebraska with his wife Carmen and their five daughters, where Bob practices law and serves on the Hastings Public School Board. Bob has been engaged in evangelization and apologetics for many years, with his literary pieces published by Catholic Answers Magazine, Crisis Magazine, Regina Magazine, Those Catholic Men, and The Catholic Gentleman, plus a regular column in the Southern Nebraska Register. He also blogs at www.bsullivan.org. You can follow him on Twitter (@BobSullivan87) and Facebook (bob.sullivan.10004).
Robert V. NewmanA professional writer, editor, and educator, Robert has worked in Catholic and secular publishing since 2010. He studied applied science, history, and Spanish as an undergraduate, earned a Master of Arts in literature and linguistics, and is currently pursuing a PhD in English literature and literary theory. A Secular Brother of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri in London, Robert lives physically in the southeastern United States and spiritually in Cangues d'Onís, Spain.
Roberto de MatteiRoberto de Mattei is an Italian Catholic historian and the President of the Lepanto Foundation, an international organization based in Rome that aims to defend the principles and institutions of Christian Civilization. He directs the magazine “Radici Cristiane” and the “Corrispondenza Romana” News Agency, and was Director of the “Nova Historica” international journal from 2002 until 2013. He is the author of many books, including "The Second Vatican Council - An Unwritten Story." His books have been translated into several languages, and have earned him an international reputation.
Rod HalvorsenFrom a long line of Protestant pastors and preachers, Rod Halvorsen converted to the Catholic faith together with his wife Beth in 2013. Subsequently, all their adult children have converted as well. Rod earned a BA in History from Taylor University in 1985 and a Master of Arts Religion, Theology/Philosophy from Asbury Theological Seminary in 1989. Rod and his wife Beth live on a ranch in Idaho where he works in the financial services industry while she takes care of the ranch and business accounting and volunteers at a crisis pregnancy center.
Roy HeuselRoy Heusel was raised in the Church of the 40's and 50's by the Sisters of St. Joseph and the Marist Brothers. He was educated by the Jesuits at then Wheeling College (now Wheeling Jesuit University), where he graduated in 1961. He is a retired high school science teacher and coach. His most recent teaching position was as an adjunct professor in the Chemistry department at Franciscan University of Steubenville. He and his wife Karen celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2016. They have four children, Matthew, Mark, Luke and Suzy, as well as 14 living grandchildren along with 2 in heaven. Their second son, Mark Daniel, is a priest in the Diocese of Steubenville.
Ryan EllisRyan Ellis and his family are members of St Rita parish in Alexandria, Va. His three children all attend St. Rita school, and he and his wife are active parish volunteers. Professionally, Ellis is a self-employed Beltway lobbyist with a seasonal tax preparation business. He writes occasionally for the Washington Examiner and other publications. When he isn’t trolling Catholic Twitter, Ellis watches way too much Star Trek and YouTube reviews of it. He has been attending New England Patriots training camp annually ever since Adam Vinatieri’s rookie season.
Ryan GrantRyan Grant is a native of eastern Connecticut. He received his bachelor's degree in philosophy and theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville and also studied at Holy Apostles Seminary. He taught Latin for seven years and currently runs Mediatrix Press. He resides in Post Falls, Idaho with his wife and six children.
Sandro MagisterSandro Magister is an Italian author and journalist for both L'Esspresso and Chiesa. He is considered among the world's foremost "Vaticanistas", the group of highly-respected and expert observers of the Catholic Church, the papacy, and the inner workings of the Vatican.
Sarah JohnsonSarah Johnson is a Catholic Convert and home schooling mother of six strapping sons. She lives with her family in the Coal Regions of Pennsylvania, where they stomp through creek beds and wooded glens, seeking out the wonder. Sarah often writes fiction late into the night to the golden sound of so many children fast asleep. She also shares occasional thoughts on Catholic living at Aleteia.org, Catholic Digest and Shalom Tidings.
Sarah RobsdotterSarah Robsdotter is a Catholic convert and a homeschooling mom of seven strapping sons. She lives in the coal regions of Pennsylvania with her family, where they stomp through wooded glens and creek beds, seeking out the wonder. Find her at www.sarahrobsdotter.com.
Savannah DudzikSavannah Dudzik is a Communications Assistant at Illinois Right to Life and a crisis pregnancy counselor at Let Them Live. In her free time, she serves as social media manager for McHenry County Right to Life, intern for Culture of Life Fashion, and as Secretary of Chicago Pro-Life Future. She just recently completed her certification to teach English as a foreign language (TEFL), and also leads youth programs and pro-life outreach for all ages.
Scott BroadwayCradle Catholic; former agnostic who reverted because of the Eucharist; father to three boys; database, cloud & enterprise software geek by day.
Sean McClinchSean McClinch is a police officer and a homeschooling father. He lives with his wife Kristin and their three children in Connecticut.
Sebastian Morello and James BogleSebastian Morello is a lecturer, public speaker, and columnist. He has published books on philosophy, history, and education. He lives in Bedfordshire, England, with his wife and children. James Bogle is a barrister (trial attorney) in practice in Britain for 30 years in constitutional, public and commercial law, a former British cavalry officer, and a writer and historian. He is also a Knight of Malta and was President of the International Una Voce Federation promoting the traditional Roman rite from 2013-2015.
Shane BallShane Ball earned a B.A. in political science from Loyola University in Maryland and completed graduate studies in theology at both Franciscan University in Steubenville and the Pontifical College of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome. He was also a seminarian at the Pontifical College Josephinum for over two years, where he earned a B.Phil., completing his thesis on St. Thomas's distinction between essence and existence. Shane is married with children and teaches theology in the Diocese of Columbus.
Sibyl NiemannSibyl Niemann is an academic proofreader, homeschool teacher, wife, and mother of six. She enjoys reading, walking, and singing in the church choir. Her family lives in Minnesota.
Spencer HallSpencer Hall is a recent convert to Catholicism from Evangelical Protestantism. By day, he works as a statistician for his alma mater's disease ecology research institute in Athens, Ga., and by night, he blogs on religion, science, and philosophy at www.baconbridge.com.
Stan BaruaMr. Stanisław Barua is a Catholic layman, and a father. Married for some thirty years, he has worked internationally as a freelance cinematographer for as long. Kenyan and Polish by nationality, he currently lives in Ontario, Canada.
Stefanie LozinskiStefanie Lozinski is an unexpected Catholic convert from a (very lapsed) Greek Orthodox background. The history of the Crusades played a positive role in her faith journey, and she believes firmly that the rosary will save the world. Readers can connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter @StefMLozinski.
Stephen DiJuliusStephen DiJulius lives in Indiana with his wife and six children. He has a background in radio broadcasting, video production, commercial construction, commercial leasing, and entrepreneurship several times over. Most of his writing can be found at his personal blog, HammersandHoney.com as well as his genealogy research blog, AncestryPUNCH.com.
Stephen H. WebbStephen H. Webb writes on a wide range of topics, from the theology of basketball, the stories of John Updike, and the spirituality of pet keeping to Bob Dylan's Christian period, the metaphysics of matter, and the religious significance of sound. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, he taught theology and philosophy for twenty five years at Wabash College, Indiana. Webb is a columnist for First Things. He is the author of Jesus Christ, Eternal God and Mormon Christianity. His book on Bob Dylan is Dylan Redeemed.
Stephen HerreidStephen Herreid is an Associate Editor of the Intercollegiate Review and a contributor to TheBlaze.com. His work is archived at candidworldreport.com, and has been published at Stream.org, Crisis Magazine, Aleteia.org, CatholicVote.org, The Intercollegiate Review Online, and other publications. Reach him at [email protected]. Follow him on Twitter @StephenHerreid
Stephen KokxStephen Kokx, M.A., is the Content Marketing Manager for LifeSiteNews. He previously worked for the Archdiocese of Chicago under the late Cardinal George. A former community college instructor, he’s written and spoken extensively about Catholic social teaching and politics. His essays have appeared in a variety of outlets, including Catholic Family News, CatholicVote.org, The Western Journal, CNSNews, and Alpha News.
Stephen SammutStephen Sammut is a Neuroscientist, Professor of Psychology and a Research Associate of the Veritas Center for Ethics in Public Life at Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio.
Steve SkojecSteve Skojec is the Founding Publisher of OnePeterFive.com. He received his BA in Communications and Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2001. His commentary has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Crisis Magazine, EWTN, Huffington Post Live, The Fox News Channel, Foreign Policy, and the BBC. Steve and his wife Jamie have eight children. You can find more of his writing at his Substack, The Skojec File.
Steve WeidenkopfSteve Weidenkopf is a Lecturer of Church history at the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College and the creator and presentor of the adult faith-formation program Epic: A Journey through Church History. He is a member of the Society for the Study of the Crusades & the Latin East and the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. He is the author of The Glory of the Crusades, published by Catholic Answers. He and his family live in Northern Virginia.
Steven O'ReillySteven O’Reilly writes for RomaLocutaEst.com. He is the author of Valid? The Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI; and Book I of the Pia Fidelis historical-fiction trilogy, The Two Kingdoms. He can be contacted at [email protected] or [email protected] (or follow on Twitter: @S_OReilly_USA or on GETTR, TruthSocial at @StevenOReilly).
Steven W. MosherSteven W. Mosher is the president of the Population Research Institute and the author of Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream is the New Threat to World Order.
Suzan SammonsSuzan Sammons has been involved in prolife work for three decades. She is an editor, writer, and homeschooling mother.
T. GreypiccoloT. Greypiccolo is a Catholic author and thinker who, working pseudonymously, has committed his life to the militant reversal of the work (and the name) of the Piccolo Tigre.
T. S. FlandersTimothy Flanders is the editor-in-chief of OnePeterFive. He is the author of City of God versus City of Man: The Battles of the Church from Antiquity to the Present and Introduction to the Holy Bible for Traditional Catholics. His writings have appeared at OnePeterFive and Crisis, as well as in Catholic Family News. In 2019 he founded The Meaning of Catholic, a lay apostolate dedicated to uniting Catholics against the enemies of Holy Church. He holds a degree in classical languages from Grand Valley State University and has done graduate work with the Catholic University of Ukraine. He lives in Michigan with his wife and six children.
Tate PumfreyTate Pumfrey, (b. 1998) from Thamesville, Ontario, is a composer with a strong interest in Catholic sacred music, organ music, chamber works, as well as Gregorian chant and Celtic music. He completed a Master's of Composition in 2022 at York University in Toronto, Ontario, under the supervision of composer Stephanie Martin. Before that, he completed a Bachelor of Arts at Western University in London, Ontario. Organist-composers Gilles Maurice Leclerc and Rachel Laurin have been mentors over the years, and Tate also studies the pipe organ. He has completed two of three planned hymnals in collaboration with Australian lyricist-organist Christian Catsanos.
Thaddeus Kozinski, PhDDr. Thaddeus Kozinski teaches philosophy and humanities at Memoria College. His latest books are Modernity as Apocalypse: Sacred Nihilism and the Counterfeits of Logos, and Words, Concepts, Reality: Aristotelian Logic for Teenagers. He writes at thaddeuskozinski.substack.com.
The Cardinal Newman SocietyFounded in 1993, the mission of The Cardinal Newman Society is to promote and defend faithful Catholic education. The Society is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization supported by individuals, businesses and foundations.
Theoni BellTheoni is the author of The Woman in the Trees (TAN Books), a novel based on a decade of her research on America's first approved Marian apparition. She has an MA in International Journalism, and before having a family, she travelled to 10 countries, reporting on religion and culture. She homeschools and writes from Houston where she lives with her husband and three children (four in heaven). Theoni is currently finishing a picture book on baby loss for grieving families. Donate to her work here.
Thomas Greninger is a junior in high school living in the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon. The eldest of a large family, he enjoys writing essays and poetry and learning about the Faith.