Larry Mullaly, was born in Los Angeles and lives in Central Point, Oregon, where he is an active member of Shepard of the Valley Catholic Parish. After receiving a seminary education as a Salesian of St. John Bosco, he spent most of his professional career teaching electronics at Rogue Community College in Southern Oregon. Larry studied at the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome, and holds a Masters Degree in Divinity from the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio.
His essays explore the nexus between ordinary things, history, and the Christian mystery. They are particularly influenced by the the Jesuit Theologian, Karl Rahner. The reflections originally appeared in the monthly newsletters of the St. Augustine Council, Knights of Columbus, a Catholic men’s fraternal and service organization.