Contributors

Mr. Mark J Hornbacher, OP

Mark is the Vice President of Programs and Director of Theology at St. Paul Street Evangelization. He has a BA in Theology from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI, and a B.Phil and MA in Theology from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. With Steve Dawson, he is the co-author of Ordinary Christians, Extraordinary Signs: Healing in Evangelization. He is a lay Dominican, and resides in Sterling Heights, MI with his wife Gayle, and their two sons.

Adam Janke

Adam is the Chief Operating Officer of St. Paul Street Evangelization. After converting to Catholicism from biblical fundamentalism in 2005, Adam obtained a BA in Theology and Catechetics and an MA in Theology and Christian Ministry from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He resides in Michigan with his wife and seven children.

Brian Lee

Brian is the National Director of Evangelization Teams for St. Paul Street Evangelization. He spent two years as a FOCUS missionary on the campus of Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis. He has a MA in Theology from the Augustine Institute. He resides in Birmingham, AL, with his wife, and their son.

Beth Schuele

Beth is a senior missionary, leader, and formator for St. Paul Street Evangelization, and was the Associate Director of Evangelization Teams for 3 years. She has a MA in Pastoral Studies with an emphasis in the New Evangelization from Sacred Heart Major Seminary. She currently resides in Michigan with her husband Tim.

Fr. Charles Fox

Fr. Charles Fox is a priest of the Archdiocese of Detroit and the Vice Rector of Sacred Heart Major Seminary. He is also a board member and spiritual advisor for St Paul Street Evangelization. Father Fox holds a licentiate degree (S.T.L.) in the theology of the new evangelization from Sacred Heart Major Seminary, as well as a doctorate degree (S.T.D.) in dogmatic theology from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome.

Guest Contributors

Other SPSE staff, team leaders, and other friends of the apostolate.