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John Vennari is a writer, researcher, catechist, and editor of the monthly journal Catholic Family News. He has authored books and booklets such as Model of Papal Authority, Pope Saint Pius X; The Revelations of the Holy Face of Jesus; The New Paganism and the War Against Life; Pope John Paul II and the Lutheran-Catholic Accord; Close-ups of the Charismatic Movement; The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita: A Blueprint for the Subversion of the Catholic Church; and A World View Based on Fatima. His many articles have appeared not only in his own journal, but also in Christian Order, The Angelus, The Remnant, The Fatima Crusader, and other publications. He has a television program on FatimaTV called "The Certitude of the Catholic Faith," and has been interviewed by various Catholic and secular media, including the BBC.
Louie Verrecchio, noted Catholic author and speaker, is the author of several titles including Was John Courtney Murray Right? and the Traditio Faith Formation Series. A columnist for Catholic News Agency from 2009-2013, his writing on a wide variety of Catholic topics has been published by media outlets all over the English-speaking world. He is currently one of traditional Catholicism's most widely-read bloggers.
Edwin Faust is a Catholic essayist, speaker and commentator. His articles have appeared in The Remnant, The Angelus, Catholic Family News, Latin Mass magazine and The Fatima Crusader. He has addressed Catholic conferences throughout the country on a wide range of topics relating to the Catholic Faith. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. He recently retired from a career in the secular press, during which time he worked as a reporter and news editor. He now devotes himself full time to Catholic journalism.
Joanna Swords is a long-time supporter of The Fatima Center, and one of the initial Fatima Center volunteers. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. After working as a Registered Nurse for nearly 23 years, she left her nursing career and came to work for The Fatima Center. Over the past 10 years she has worked primarily in the volunteer department — striving to add to the number of Fatima Center volunteers in North America and around the world, encouraging those who wish to help make known Our Lady’s soul saving message to sign on as a volunteer. She currently manages the North American and International Volunteer Departments, international distribution of Fatima literature and sacramentals, and manages distribution of Fatima Center literature from the Fatima Center Foreign Offices.