Pat Cross

Pat Cross

Pat Cross (see 2017 Register profile here) is a political cartoonist and illustrator. His work is regularly published at National Review, The American Spectator,,, and in First Things Magazine. Patrick graduated with a BA in Liberal Arts from Thomas Aquinas College. He lives in Leominster, Massachusetts. To see more of his cartoons visit his blog,

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“For to you is born this day ... a Savior” —Luke 2:11

In the 42nd year of the reign of Caesar Octavian Augustus, the whole world being at peace, Jesus Christ, eternal God and Son of the eternal Father, desiring to consecrate the world by his most loving presence, was conceived by the Holy Spirit, and when nine months had passed since his conception, was born of the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem of Judah, and was made man.

The Riots are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

“As for the many broken families, the Church feels called not to express a harsh, detached judgment, but rather to shed the light of God's word, accompanied by the witness of his mercy, on the depths of so many human tragedies.” —Pope St. John Paul II, Oct. 14, 2000