Thomas Williams is a theologian, bestselling author, international speaker and certified sommelier. He has taught Philosophical Ethics at Duquesne University and the University of Saint Thomas in Rome and was the Dean of the Theology School at Regina Apostolorum University for ten years. He has also taught as a visiting lecturer in Ireland, Poland, Peru, Venezuela, Spain, Mexico, Switzerland, Germany, Côte D’Ivoire, and the USA.


Williams has served as consultant and commentator on faith, ethics and religion for several television networks, including NBC, CBS and Sky News, covering papal trips and Church affairs, and offering commentary and analysis of ethical issues in the news. He was appointed by the Holy See as official spokesperson for two Synods of Bishops (1997 and 2001). He is currently Rome Bureau Chief for Breitbart News.


Along with teaching and consulting, Williams has published 15 books and over 3,000 articles and essays on a broad range of topics, and has given numerous lectures and speeches on subjects that range from religious freedom to media ethics to immigration to the new atheism.


Thomas Williams lives in Rome with his wife Elizabeth Lev and their family.