Thomas Peters, 27, grew up in Southern California and attended college in Michigan. He has two graduate degrees in theology. He began his award-winning American Papist blog in 2006 and has been proud to be a part of the CV team since 2010. He was one of a handful of American bloggers invited to the Vatican’s first-ever Bloggers’ Meeting in Rome.
Peters appears in dozens of TV, radio and online media outlets each year discussing and debating the intersection of Catholicism and politics, as well as pro-life and pro-family activism, in addition to writing and speaking about the future of social media and youth activism.
John-Henry Westen of LifeSiteNews notes that Pope Francis has recently urged Argentinian bishops to follow the Aparecida Document as "guidelines we need for this time in history". The document, among ... More
Thousands of pro-life Catholics are understandably outraged at the media blackout surrounding the trial of Kermit Gosnell, the perpetrator of the Philadelphia abortion clinic horrors. This photo is... More
If BuzzFeed is any guide to where our culture is at, we're in bad shape. The website shamelessly seeks out as many clicks as possible by posting funny memes, cat pictures (lots of cat pictures) and... More
It's amusing to see the mainstream media react to the shocking news that the new pope is ... catholic. Of course, I had that one figured out right away. In fact, I knew even before the announceme... More
What a "modern" moment -- the moment when well-known atheist Penn Jillette explains to self-described Catholic Piers Morgan what it means to be Catholic (at least, Penn gives Piers a better formulatio... More
I spotted this on the Fr. Z blog and was bowled over by the attention to detail. Talk about Catholic education! Here's one photo of the proceedings: See the rest of the photos and a play-by-... More
This week Bp. Kevin Rhoades, head of the USCCB's Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth and Abp. Salvatore Cordileone, head the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage sent... More