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academic administrator , theology studies educator

Susan Annette Muto, American theology studies educator, academic administrator. Member of Ephinany Academy of Formative Spirituality (dean), Epiphany Association (executive director since 1998), Society for Science Study of Religion, Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Muto, Susan Annette was born on December 11, 1942 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Frank and Helen (Scardamalia) M. Bachelor in Journalism and English, Duquesne U., 1964.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism and English, Duquesne University, 1964. Master of Arts, University Pittsburgh, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature, University Pittsburgh, 1970.

Career

Assistant director Institute of Formative Spirituality Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, 1965—1980, director, 1980—1988, faculty coordinator graduate programs in foundational formation, 1979—1988, professor, 1981—2004. Guest lecturer formative reading various colleges and community organizations, since 1970.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Catholic Spirituality from A to Z: An Inspirational Dictionary, 2000, Deep Into the Thicket: Soul Searching Meditations Inspirted by the Spiritual Canticle of Saint John of the Cross, Praying the Lord's Prayer with Mary. Author: (with Adrian van Kaam) Growing Through the Stress of Ministry, 2005, Christian Articulation of the Mystery. Formation Theology, 2004, Christian Articulation of the Mystery, revised edition, 2005.

      Author: Essential Elements of Formation Anthropology and Formation Theology: A Compilation of Complementary Considerations, 2008, Where Lovers Meet: Inside the Interior Castle., 2008. Co-author: Foundations of Christian Formation, volunteer 1, Formation Theology Series, Epiphany Manual on the Art and Discipline of Formation-in-Common, revised edition, 2004.

      Co-author: (with Adrian van Kaam) Formation of the Christian Heart, 2006. Co-author: Am I Living a Spiritual Life?, 2007

    • contributor.

Membership

Member of Ephinany Academy of Formative Spirituality (dean), Epiphany Association (executive director since 1998), Society for Science Study of Religion, Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

father:
Frank Bachelor

mother:
Helen (Scardamalia) M. Bachelor