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Dominic Lynch is a writer from Chicago. He has appeared in the Chicago Tribune and RealClearReligion. He publishes The Monthly Memo, a Chicago-focused general interest website and newsletter. 

Arts & Culture Books
Dominic LynchNovember 30, 2018
William F. Buckley Jr. was more than a prolific writer: He was the brains and coalescing force of a post-World War II philosophy that gradually became known as “conservatism” and which culminated with the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan as president.
Father Burke Masters, Chicago Cubs' chaplain, takes part in a practice with players during spring training in March 2016 at Sloan Park in Mesa, Ariz. Cubs Manager Joe Maddon invited Father Masters to practice with the team. (CNS photo/Ed Mailliard, courtesy Topps)
Faith Dispatches
Dominic LynchSeptember 25, 2018
While Father Masters enjoys the perks of being a baseball chaplain—watching games when he has the time and even taking batting practice with the pros—he sees his job as a form of ministry.
Arts & Culture Books
Dominic LynchAugust 24, 2018
Made famous in poetry, the iconic infield of the Chicago Cubs a century ago helped usher in baseball's golden age.