Patricia Buckley Bozell

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Patricia Buckley Bozell (April 23, 1927 – July 12, 2008) was an American author, who helped to establish and served as managing editor of the former Triumph, a Roman Catholic opinion journal, which was published for nearly a decade. A native of New York City and a graduate of Vassar College, she was a freelance editor at Regnery Publishing, National Review, The American Spectator, and Communio: International Catholic Review. She is also known for having attempted to slap Ti-Grace Atkinson at an event at the Catholic University of America after Atkinson blasphemed Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.[1]

The daughter of William Frank Buckley, Sr., and Aloise Steiner Buckley, she was the wife of L. Brent Bozell, Jr. (son of Bozell Worldwide co-founder Leo Bozell), the mother of Media Research Center founder L. Brent Bozell, III, and the sister of conservative author William F. Buckley, Jr., and former United States Senator James L. Buckley.[2] She and her husband were also the godparents to novelist Tristan Egolf.[3]

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