Having earned two master’s degrees in sacred theology from Mount St. Mary’s College and Seminary, Patrick Delaney’s professional background includes working for a presidential campaign, and later for American Life League: writing and speaking on Catholic moral teaching, interfacing with media, and lobbying at the state, national, and international levels. Patrick also served the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin as director of Evangelization and Catechesis and as a religion and history instructor for a Catholic classical education school in Madison where he resides. Over the years he has been published in a variety of outlets including the National Catholic Register, Latin Mass, New Oxford Review, Celebrate Life, Catholic Exchange, the Catholic Herald, and LifeSiteNews. Patrick and his wife Anna enjoy travel, camping, pilgrimages, and spending time with family and friends, in particular their 24 nieces and nephews.
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