Thomas J. McIntyre is husband of 7 years to Nancy-Leigh and father to their daughters: Kateri Therese (6) and Alice Clare (10 months). They are members of St. Margaret of Scotland parish in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he serves as a Lector and is the Deputy Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus Council 3028. Thomas has been a teacher in Louisiana for six years and will be teaching AP European History and AP American Government to the students of Sulphur High School and Sam Houston High School in the fall. He has also worked as visiting lecturer in American and World History at McNeese State University.
Thomas holds a Master of Arts in Teaching-Secondary Social Studies (2020) from McNeese and both a Master (2015) and Bachelor of Arts (2012) in History from Georgia Southern University. His research for his MA in History focused on the role played by the Catholic Church in various eras and periods of History. He wrote his Master's Thesis on Pope St. Damasus I (A.D. 366-384) and his assertion of and expansion of papal primacy following the Arian Crisis, which he hopes to one day turn into a book. In addition to Catholic365, he has written several articles for Excelsior: the Voyage Comics Blog, some of which were included in the book Tolkien and Faith: Essays on Christian Truth in Middle Earth.