About Gary Potter

Gary Potter is a native of California. After attending public schools, a professional theater academy and college, he spent two years sailing in the Merchant Marine and another four living in France, where he discovered the Faith. Following Baptism into the Church and time working in advertising in New York, he began his career in Catholic journalism in 1966 as a founding editor of the legendary Triumph magazine. Besides Triumph and two publications of which he later was editor, Truth & Justice and CCPA News & Views (the publication of Catholics for Christian Political Action), articles by him have appeared in National Review, Human Events, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the National Catholic Register, Faith & Reason, The Wanderer, The Remnant, The Angelus, From the Housetops and numerous other places. He is the author of After the Boston Heresy Case, and has a book in the works on the Social Kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Mr. Potter lives with his wife, Virginia, in Washington, D.C.

He gave numerous lectures that are available on our online store.



Three Recommendations

When we stand before the Lord for our particular judgement, how will He decide whether to admit us into the company of the saved (if only after a time of purification) or banish us from His presence forever? The question … Continue reading

Making Buildings Beautiful Again

There is no art form, whether it be painting, music, architecture or any other, that modernity with its inherent rejection of the past hasn’t made uglier, less enriching, less uplifting, than what used to exist. Abstraction did it to painting, … Continue reading

Harry and Meghan

We all want to be equal. The trouble is we are not. No matter in which department of life we excel, be it talent, native intelligence, social grace, looks or whatever, we can be quite certain others surpass us. Persons … Continue reading

Heading in the Right Direction

As when in 2016 corporate globalist media and ruling liberal elites were dumbfounded by the Brexit referendum in the U.K. and election of Donald Trump in the U.S., so also at the close of 2019 when British parliamentary elections produced … Continue reading

Peasants at the Palace Gates

From Washington and San Francisco to Rome, Berlin and London, globalism’s urban political, economic and cultural elites have looked out their windows and beheld peasants from the countryside gathering at the palace gates with their pitchforks and rosaries. The menacing … Continue reading

Matteo Salvini Makes His Move

At the beginning of August Italian Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, accused by liberals within Catholicism of “exploiting” the religion because he holds aloft his rosary and kisses its crucifix at political rallies, announced withdrawal of his party, … Continue reading

Three Million March for Jesus

Even if they have never participated in one, probably all regular visitors to the SBC website know that every January a massive pro-life demonstration, the March for Life, takes place in Washington, D.C. Ordinary people, if not our coastal elites, … Continue reading

Voting

A couple of weeks ago President Trump formally launched his campaign for reelection and the crowded field of Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination have had their first television debate. Election year 2020 is upon us. That makes this a … Continue reading

Now and Then

Now and then there is an excellent piece of news that doesn’t make headlines but deserves to be passed on if only because it will bring a smile of satisfaction to more than a few if they haven’t heard it … Continue reading

‘A New Europe is Born’

It is wonderful when you look forward in eager anticipation to an event and then have your expectations fulfilled by it. It was like that for those, including this writer, who expected the results of the May 26 elections for … Continue reading

A Wonderful Moment in Time

The twentieth century was dominated by three political systems, communism, fascism and liberal democracy. There had been a fourth, monarchy, at the century’s beginning, but it was undone by World War I, at least as a form of government in … Continue reading