Suzanne Mulrain

Coordinator, School of Theological Studies

• Phone: 610-785-6595

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  • Ph.D (student)
  • M.A. - School of Theological Studies, St Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA
  • B.A. - Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA
  • Co-Director, Institute for Christian Formation, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (2020 -)
  • Coordinator, School of Theological Studies, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (2018 -)
  • Adjunct Faculty, School of Theological Studies and Institute for Christian Formation, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2017 -)
  • Mulrain HealthCare Consulting, LLC. (2017-)
  • Executive Administration, Director of Healthcare Collaborations, a New Jersey Behavioral Health organization (2013 - 2016)
  • Adjunct Faculty, School of Theological Studies, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary (2012-2014)
  • Executive Administration, Director of Marketing and Executive Director. The Progressions Companies, Inc. (five patient behavioral health care businesses) (2006 - 2013)
  • Marketing Strategist for School of Theological Studies, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary (2010 – 2011)
  • Specialty Pharmaceutical Representative and Trainer – Synthon Pharma, McNeil Pharma, Bayer Pharma, Janssen Pharma (1993 - 2006)
  • “The Anthropological and Spiritual Primacy of Consecrated Celibate Chastity in the Lives of Seminarians and Priests.” Dossier-Naples. Inside the Vatican Magazine. December 2018. pp 32-33.
  • “Sharing a Spirit of Discernment: Women Who Work at Seminaries” sent to the Presidents of Episcopal Conferences and the Bishops of the United States. February 2019. Co-Author. Document was added as Appendix to the book; “Clerical Sexual Misconduct: An Interdisciplinary Analysis.” Cluny 2020.
  • Clerical Sexual Misconduct: An Interdisciplinary Analysis. Cluny. 2020. Co-Author with Robert J. Fastiggi, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, of Chapter 16 “The Formation of Seminarians in Celibate Chastity.”
  • Clerical Sexual Misconduct: Vol II, A Foundational Conversation. Forthcoming publication 2022. Co-Author with Rev. Msgr. Michael Kevin Magee, St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, of Chapter 15 “Affective Maturity and Its Importance for Seminary Formation.”
  • Ethics and Public Policy Center, Catholic Women’s Forum, Washington, DC (2015- )
  • American College of Healthcare Executives, Healthcare Leadership Network of Delaware Valley, Member (2014- )
  • Newman Association of America, Member (2013- )
  • Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Member (2012- )

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