Our Faculty and Staff
Dr. Susan Muto
Dr. Susan Muto serves as Dean and Executive Director of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality, and the Epiphany Association. Susan is a renowned speaker, author, and teacher. A single laywoman living her vocation in the world and committed to full-time ministry, she has led conferences, seminars,and workshops throughout the world. Susan is the recipient of the 2014 Aggiornamento Award presented by the Parish and Community Library Services Section of the Catholic Library Association in recognition of an outstanding contribution made by an individualor an organization to the ministry of renewal, modeled by Pope John XXIII (1881 – 1963). She has authored over 30 books related to formation and spirituality.
Lori Mitchell McMahon
Lori currently serves as Director of Programming for the Epiphany Association and is also a member of the faculty, teaching the courses in the Epiphany Certification Program (ECP) as well as developing and facilitating various other webinars and programs related to spirituality and the spiritual masters. She has over 20 years’ experience in Adult Formation and has conducted various retreats and formation workshops throughout the Greater Pittsburgh area.
Steve received his doctorate in Medieval Spiritual Literature at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. He and his wife Nina live in rural Ohio, and enjoy music, old movies, and long drives in the country. Steve serves as Publications Manager for Epiphany and also facilitates the Epiphany Certification Programs.
Mark has served as Associate Pastor for Music and Education at University Baptist Church in Collegeville, MD since 1997. He also serves as a faculty member for Epiphany, facilitating the Certification Program courses.