Time to hear from Father Joshua Curtis, FSSP:
Professional Catholic: A person, usually a layman, who generates income in one manner or another from the Catholic faith. While not wrong in principle, in our age of social media, I find that so-called professional Catholics often manufacture or intensify feelings of outrage, anger, bitterness, and confusion in the attempt to generate clicks and thereby increase personal prestige, and, of course, revenue.
Neo-con Catholic: This is someone that genuinely wants to be Catholic, but who derives his identity mostly from an ultramontane attachment to the pope. Usually such Catholics are morally conservative, but unmoored from the tradition of the Church. The neo-con Catholic looks at the papacy as the origin of the Catholic faith, rather than its greatest defender and guardian.