Dominic Cassella is a 2018 graduate of Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. Before discovering the College, he was able to work with Eastern Christian Publication and the Orientale Lumen Foundation where he met with Pope Francis and Patriarch Barthelemow in 2014 as an Ecumenical Ambassador and pilgrim. The next year he transfered from the NVCC/UVA guaranteed transfer program to Thomas More. During his time as a student, he had traveled to Kodiak, Alaska as a salmon fishermen, Spain as a teacher, and was fortunate enough to backpack around western Europe for five weeks. At the College, he founded the debate club (now known as the St. John Chrysostom Guild of Oratory), the Milk Street Society, and the College’s Beer brewing club. His senior thesis investigated Aristotle’s understanding of the simple bodies, and as a graduate he still enjoys reading the works of Aristotle, Plato, and other great book authors in his spare time.
At the College, Dominic now works with the Thomas More College Press, the Center for Restoration of Christian Culture, various publications, and the management of the website.