by John Edward Mulvihill,
S.T.D., D.Min., Ph.D.
Introduction to Evolution
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BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN EDWARD MULVIHILL, S.T.D., D.Min., Ph.D.: John Edward Mulvihill can be contacted at: email@example.com.
He is an Alumnus of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas (1964). His 1971 doctorate in theology (S.T.D.) is from the
Gregorian University, Rome; his 1990 doctorate in ministry (D.Min.) is from San Francisco Theological Seminary; and
his doctorate of philosophy (Ph.D.) was defended at Oxford, England, in 2008, under the auspices of the Graduate Theological
Foundation. He has a papal license to teach theology (S.T.L., Gregorian University, 1964), to teach philosophy (Ph.L.,
Aquinas Institute, 1967 ), and to teach canon law (J.C.L., Gregorian University, 1999). Besides an M.A. in scholastic philosophy,
he has two diplomas in archaeology (Rome and Perugia). He is Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher
of Jerusalem. He is Baron of Roscommon. In England, he is Hundred Lord of Blackbourn, and also Lord of Abbas Hall, Suffolk.
He is the Adjutant Judicial Vicar of the ecclesiastical Court of Appeals of Illinois, and also an appeal court Judge in Wisconsin.
He is webmaster for:
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