Headed today by Fr. Frank DeSiano, CSP, Paulist Evangelization Ministries is a national leader in Catholic evangelization. Fr. DeSiano, president of Paulist Evangelization Ministries, served as a consultor for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Evangelization for more than a dozen years. He has written books on the Catholic faith, evangelization, and spirituality, and frequently gives presentations on evangelization topics at national, diocesan, and parish gatherings. He has recently worked on pastoral tools such as Reactivating Our Catholic Faith and Why Not Consider Becoming a Catholic? (Paulist Press) to help reach Catholics on the sidelines of faith.
Fr. Kenneth Boyack, CSP, vice president of Paulist Evangelization Ministries, has authored, co-authored, or edited 17 books including The New Catholic Evangelization and Awakening Faith, Reconnecting with Your Catholic Faith (co-authored with Fr. DeSiano). Fr. Boyack served as general coordinator of the development of the U.S. bishops' document, Go and Make Disciples, A National Plan and Strategy for Catholic Evangelization in the United States. He has developed resources such as Invite! and Catholics Reaching Out to equip parishes to invite and welcome inactive Catholics and those with no church family. He is currently serves as the general coordinator for Living the Eucharist.
Fr. Tony Krisak, director of online services . . .
Ryan Multer, executive coordinator . . .
Lisa Williams, administrative assistant, has worked as the Office Administrator and Executive Assistant for two incumbent Members of Congress. She also has over 14 years of International Intellectual Property experience with numerous law firms. In March of 2012, she was a guest panelist at Howard University School of Divinity for the Women’s Interfaith Dialog to discuss Modesty in Dress for Women of all Faiths. She is a Sodalist and an active parishioner at St. Gabriel Church. Currently, she is the liaison between the Center City Public Charter School Petworth Campus and St. Gabriel’s. She is also the representative for Black Catholics for St. Gabriel Church under the Archdiocese of Washington.