Saint Paul School of Theology Seeks New President

Saint Paul School of Theology ( seeks a new President who is a dynamic leader and shares our vision for a daring new approach to theological education that unites spiritual development in our students with the acquisition of the skills necessary for effective ministry in the 21st century. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of Saint Paul School of Theology, and the chief advisor to and executive agent of the Board of Trustees. The President is responsible for leading the seminary, consulting with the Board in a timely fashion on appropriate matters, and serving as the key spokesperson for the seminary.  The next president will have the opportunity to shape the way theological higher education is offered and the contexts in which the best practices for ministry are shaped in our students.


For more information about the position and Saint Paul School of Theology, please review the Presidential Prospectus at this website:


Confidential inquiries, questions and nominations may be directed to:  Ms. Jan M. Asnicar, VP Higher Education Practice, EFL Associates at jasnicar [at] eflassociates [dot] com or 913-339-8928.



About Durante, Dr. Mary Ellen

Mary Ellen Durante, Ph.D. is a graduate of the Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education. Her dissertation: “Teaching Children How to Pray: An Essential Dimension of Religious Education in a Postmodern Age,” provides a template for her catechetical ministry with religious educators, parents, and children. Born in Rochester, New York, Mary Ellen chose a career in music performance that included her husband and children. In 1999 she relocated in Florida to attend the Florida School of Massage and has been a massage therapist since that time. In 2009 Mary Ellen began her studies at Fordham University with a concentration in family, church and community. With an extensive background in curriculum development, music, and the arts Mary Ellen excels in integrating faith with creative educational programs that focus on performance, artistic production and assisting children and young people to realize their own creativity and potential. The underlining theme of her work is to show how quality religious educational programs and activities can provoke thoughtfulness, reflection, and spiritual awareness in serving others.
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