Father Daniel O’Mullane
Rev. Daniel O’Mullane, STL, EdS, graduated magna cum laude from Boston College in 2003 with a BA in Economics and Theology. He was then sent to Rome for priestly formation at two of the world’s foremost theological institutions – the Gregorian University and the Alphonsian Academy – where he earned his STB and completed his STL in Moral Theology. Most recently, he earned a Specialist Degree in Education at Seton Hall University, graduating with commendations.
Father O’Mullane has served the Diocese of Paterson in a number of different roles, including Parochial Vicar in Rockaway and Montville, Chaplain and Theology Teacher at Pope John XXIII High School in Sparta, Adjunct Professor of Theology at Seton Hall University, and Censor Librorum for the diocese. He is currently the pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, a parish of 900 families.
Mr. Douglas Minson
Mr. Douglas Minson brings more than two decades of experience in teaching, program management and development, and executive leadership to Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Most recently, he was the headmaster of Veritas Preparatory Academy, the founding school in the Great Hearts Academies network of public charter schools in Phoenix, Arizona. His direction of the school at Our Lady of Mount Carmel weds his passion for formative education with his dedication to his Catholic faith.
Mr. Minson completed his undergraduate education at the College of William and Mary and his graduate studies in Philosophy at the Catholic University of America. In past positions, he has served the John Jay Institute in Philadelphia as vice president of academic affairs, the Intercollegiate Studies Institute as executive director of national educational programs, and worked with Charles W. Colson as speechwriter and editor for his columns and radio broadcast.