Gail Buckley is the founder and president of Catholic Scripture Study International. CSS, as it is better known, has thousands of members in every state of the U.S. and in 40 countries. The commentaries in the CSS program studies are written by well-known Catholic authors and Scripture Scholars such as Dr. Scott Hahn, Mark Shea and Steve Ray. Video lectures that accompany the studies are done by Catholic priests, including Fr. Mitch Pacwa and Fr. Frank Pavone. In addition to managing CSS, Gail serves on the board of directors of Catholics United for the Faith (CUF) and the Catholic Leadership Conference. In 2009, Gail was inducted into the Equestrian Order of the Knights and Ladies of the Holy Sepulchre, an ancient order under the Papacy. Gail also is the host of the national radio show, "The Bible Lady" on Radio Maria. She also has a weekly "Bible Lady" segment on the Ave Maria radio show, "The Catholic Connection" with Teresa Tomeo. In 2011, Gail was asked to compile and edit a Revised Standard Version of the Bible whereby she added 76 pages of Catholic apologetics, a topic index, faith facts and other articles about the Catholic faith, maps and charts. The bible was published by Saint Benedict Press and is sold in bookstores nationwide. Gail has been a speaker at several national Catholic conferences and a featured guest on many Catholic radio shows including Catholic Answers Live, Ave Maria radio: Catholic Connection with Teresa Tomeo, Al Kreska in the Afternoon; EWTN's Deep in Scripture program with Marcus Grodi, Catholic Insight with Tom Curran, Sacred Heart Radio, Relevant radio and others. She has also been a featured guest on EWTN's "Journey Home" show, EWTN Live with Fr. Mitch Pacwa, “Bookmark” with Doug Keck and "The Catholic View for Women." She has been profiled in The National Catholic Register, Lay Witness and Envoy magazines. In May 2009, Gail was invited to the Vatican by the Papal Foundation for a private audience with Pope Benedict XVI whereby she presented the Holy Father with a CSS study and received his apostolic blessing.