Fr. Paul Sullivan

Fr. Paul Sullivan was born New York, the 7th of 8 children of Gerald and Ellen Sullivan. After a short career in the financial world, he discerned a call to the priesthood. Fr. Sullivan received a Master of Arts in Philosophy and a Master of Divinity degree from Saint Meinrad Seminary before being ordained a priest for a life of service in our diocese on June 2nd 2007.
Fr. Sullivan began his priestly ministry at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Glendale and has been working full time as a Director of Vocations for the Diocese since 2008. Additionally, he has served as Director of Mount Claret Retreat Center (2009), Chaplain of St. Mary’s High School (2008-2009), Part Time Chaplain at Arizona State University (2010 – June, 2012 ) and Administrator Pro Tem Our Lady of Fatima Mission (July 2011- March 2012). He also serves as Chaplain for Rachel’s Vineyard Post-Abortive Retreats and Sacred Heart Home Educators.