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Donald R. McClarey
McClarey is a small town lawyer in Central Illinois. He received both his BA and JD from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He is happily married with three kids. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973, he is currently President of the board of directors of the crisis pregnancy center in his county. Catholic from birth he has served as a lector and a catechism teacher at his parish. He is easily amused, as demonstrated by the fact that he does blogging for the fun of it.
Has written for a diocesan newspaper in the past. She is a faithful Catholic.
Stacy Trasancos is a scientist turned homemaker raising seven children with her husband in New York. She is pursuing a MA in Theology at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, and she is a Chief Editor at Ignitum Today and a Senior Editor at Catholic Lane. She writes about all that she is learning at her blog, Accepting Abundance, which is surprisingly frequented by atheists.
Paul Zummo is a cradle Catholic and a survivor of a Jesuit education.
Bonchamps is a student of political theory and Catholic social thought. Libertarian-leaning, ultimately a social conservative, and a Catholic before anything else.
Christopher Blosser, a convert to the Catholic faith, was received into the Church in 1997. Born in Japan to missionary kids, he spent his early years in Pennsylvania and the better part of his childhood in Hickory, NC. He currently resides with his wife and son in New York City. His only claim to fame is having founded a little website in 2000, cheekily called the Cardinal Ratzinger Fan Club– little realizing that his favorite theologian would ultimately be elected to the See of Peter. He blogs regularly at Against The Grain and Catholics in the Public Square. A recovering radical, he is figuring out what it means to be Catholic and American. He can be contacted at blostopher “at” gmail.com.
Darwin is a cradle Catholic, husband and father of four. He is a Californian by birth but a Texan by choice. Since 2005 Darwin has blogged at DarwinCatholic on demographics, religion, science, philosophy, politics and Catholicism. He can be contacted at darwincatholic “at” gmail.com.
LarryD resides in southeastern Michigan with his wife and 2 sons. Born and raised Catholic, he abandoned his faith during his college years, and returned to the Church a decade later. When not participating in the free-market economy as a manufacturer’s rep for several packaging firms and fulfilling his roles as husband and father, he’s either blogging at the award-winning Acts of the Apostasy, spending way too much time playing MMORPG’s, or when the weather’s agreeable, spoiling a fine walk by playing a round of golf. He has -zero- theology degrees, but that doesn’t stop him from loving Jesus Christ and defending His Church to the best of his meager, snarky abilities. He also has a cat of whom he’s 89% sure is plotting to kill him.
Is a politico mommy.
The Motley Monk
Is actually a priest.
Michael R. Denton
Michael is a Catholic from Louisiana. He has a Bachelor’s in Political Science with a concentration in Political Theory as well as a minor in Philosophy from LSU and is currently attending law school. He is primarily interested in the relationship between politics, law, philosophy, and theology, especially in the American context. He has an unhealthy obsession with sports, especially with the LSU Tigers and the Superbowl XLIV Champion New Orleans Saints, that his wife thankfully puts up with. If for some reason you want to be exposed to more of his thoughts, Michael also blogs at For the Greater Glory and tweets here, though he’s somewhat ashamed of the last one.
Is a wife, mother of two girls and a boy, a Navy veteran and a geek who has been blogging since just before 2005. Got involved in ad hoc evangelization when fellow geeks and shipmates passed on the claims that drove them away from religion and she needed something more solid than “that’s not true.” More determination than sense. Could, possibly, maybe, perhaps be concise if a gun were held to her head. Can be contact via her name at gmail.com; blogs at a wordpress site of the same.
Dave Hartline has worked as a Catholic school teacher, coach, principal and diocesan administrator. After starting the Catholic Report website, he wrote “The Tide is Turning Toward Catholicism,” which told the story of the rise of Catholic orthodoxy around the world. The book finished in Catholic Word’s Top 10 for 2007 (a consortium of Catholic publishers including the top selling Ascension Press.) Dave has appeared on EWTN and spoke in various settings around the country. A growing family convinced Dave to stop his daily website/blog and focus on the family. However, this hasn’t completely stopped him from working on his second book and contributing to great sites like American Catholic. He holds a BA & MA from Ohio University. E mail: dhartlin at columbus [dot] rr [dot] com
Is a teacher of religion in Melbourne, Florida. He ran for Florida State House in 2006, and is now VP for Florida Dems for Life, and is an Advisor/Contibutor for Pax Romana, an international Catholic organization that promotes the social doctrine of the Church. My wife and I have three young children, with one in heaven, and one in the womb- we are covering all the pro-life bases at present.
Jake Tawney is a husband and father-of-six from central Ohio. He has spent nearly a decade working in education, serving as a teacher and administrator in the public school system, as well as an adjunct professor of mathematics for the Pontifical College Josephinum. When he is not helping his wife homeschool their children, Jake runs and writes for Roma locuta est, a website dedicated to all things Catholic with a particular interest on the Sacred Liturgy. Most recently, Jake has spend countless hours penning the New Translation Monday series which seeks to dissect and explain the changes to the new Roman Missal.
Walter is a devout convert to the Catholic Church who loves beautiful liturgy, gorgeous old East Coast churches built by the calloused hands of America‘s Catholic immigrants, and His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. He’s a former Democrat who has worked on several Democratic campaigns and has served as a Congressional staffer before leaving the political party which is increasingly becoming the “Party of Death”. Today his aligns himself solely with the teachings of the One Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church and its Magisterium and considers himself a “crunchy conservative“. Walter still loves politics and everyday tries to do something to help bring the Truth of Christ into our political landscape. He resides in the city that never sleeps with his amazing and wonderful wife, their handsome new son and zany dog. He also blogs (sadly, not often enough) at Gloria Tibi, Domine.
Zach is a Catholic Christian from New Hampshire who enjoys a good conversation.