Dominican Father Brian Mullady, a popular preacher and EWTN contributor, will be in the Diocese of Tyler in March offering Lenten missions in three parishes.
He will preach in:
- Mary Queen of Heaven Parish, Malakoff, March 6-9, at 6:30 p.m. each evening;
- Our Lady of Victory Parish, Paris, March 19-23, 7-8 p.m. each evening;
- Sacred Heart Parish, Texarkana, March 25-30. Details are pending.
Father Mullady is a frequent contributor to EWTN. His programs have included “Both Servant and Free,” “Grace Filled Living,” and “Priests and Deacons: Ministers of Mercy” (with Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers). He also is a frequent homilist on the network. Go to EWTN.com for programs available online and on demand.
He is adjunct professor at Holy Apostles Seminary in Cromwell, Conn., an academician of the Catholic Academy of Science, and theological consultant to the Institute on Religious Life. He received his doctorate in Sacred Theology from Angelicum University in Rome, and was a professor there for six years. He entered the Dominican Order in 1966 and was ordained a priest in Oakland, Calif., in 1972. He has been a parish priest, high school teacher, and retreat master. He has written several books and numerous articles. He also is the author of the Question and Answer column in Homiletic and Pastoral Review.
For more information on Father Mullady, see his website.