The Rev. Dr. Patrick Malloy
Office: Seabury Hall, Offices of the Dean and President, First Floor
Patrick Malloy came to General in 2009 as the Professor of Liturgy, and in 2012 assumed the responsibilities of the Dean. Malloy has taught at St. John’s University, Collegeville; the University of Santa Clara, California; and Duquesne University, where he was the director of the ecumenical graduate program in pastoral ministry. During his doctoral work, he was on the staff of the Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy.
He also worked for five years with an affiliate of the New York Times in national leadership development.
Dr. Malloy is a member of the General Board of Examining Chaplains, and sits on the Board of the Anglican Theological Review. From 2010-2012, he was chair of the task force charged with gathering liturgical resources for the blessing of same-sex unions for presentation at the 2012 General Convention.
Fr. Malloy began as a Roman Catholic and was ordained a deacon in that Church. In 1991, he joined the Episcopal Church and in 2001 was ordained to the presbyterate by Bishop Paul Marshall of Bethlehem, a ThD graduate of General.