American Roman Catholic priest, teacher, and calligrapher
According to Wikipedia,
Edward M. Catich was an American Roman Catholic priest, teacher, and calligrapher. He is noted for the fullest development of the thesis that the inscribed Roman square capitals of the Augustan age and afterward owed their form wholly to the use of the flat brush, rather than to the exigencies of the chisel or other stone cutting tools.
Edward Catich is affiliated with the following schools: