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.
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.
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.