Matthew Cullinan Hoffman

journalist, scholar, and author of

The Book of Gomorrah and St. Peter Damian's Struggle Against Ecclesiastical Corruption

Matthew Cullinan Hoffman's award-winning articles have appeared hun-dreds of times in dozens of major newspapers, magazines, and news services, including the Wall Street Journal, London Sunday Times, Detroit News, LifeSite News, Catholic World Report, and the National Catholic Register. He has been a Latin America correspondent with LifeSite News since 2007, and oversaw the creation and initial direction of Notifam, LSN's Spanish and Portuguese language service. He is currently a graduate student at Holy Apostles College and Seminary, where he is certified for proficiency in Latin, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian.

Hoffman's translation of St. Peter Damian's Book of Gomorrah, a Latin work of the eleventh century that denounces an epidemic of sodomy among the Catholic clergy of Italy, is lauded by prelates, theologians, and scholars. It was published by Ite ad Thomam Books and Media in October of 2015. More information on the book can be found by clicking here.

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