Association of Catholic Publishers Induct Dan Mulhall into ACP Hall of Fame

“The Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) recently honored Dan Mulhall as its newest inductee into the ACP Hall of Fame,” noted Mary Beth Oria, ACP president. “Dan has influenced catechesis and Catholic publishing in many diverse ways throughout his distinguished career.” ACP recognizes Dan Mulhall for his outstanding contributions to Catholic publishing. He was formally presented with his award at the 2018 Mid-Atlantic Congress in Baltimore, MD, at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel, on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2018.
Mulhall joins other members of the ACP Hall of Fame who, like him, dedicated their careers to the Catholic publishing industry and achieved significant accomplishments that have advanced the industry. Dan Mulhall has served in the field of religious education at the parish, diocesan, and national levels for over 36 years. Most recently, he worked as Director of Strategic Markets with RCL Benziger. While there, he played a significant role in the sales, marketing, and training for products including the Family Life program and Echoes of Faith 3.0. Prior to joining RCL Benziger, he spent nine years at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), focused on multicultural catechesis and writing in religious education. During his tenure there, he worked with the bishops on such documents as Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us and the National Director for Catechesis, and served as publisher and editor of the quarterly journal The Living Light for the USCCB Department of Education. Mulhall worked at the diocesan level in Covington, Kentucky, and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Mulhall is well-known as a gifted presenter and instructor who has the ability to understand complex ideas, simplify the concepts, and share them easily with others.
The Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) is a membership organization of Catholic publishers, those who provide services to Catholic publishers, and individuals who work with Catholic publishers. The ACP provides opportunities for members to further the Catholic publishing industry, promote Catholic publishing and reading, and engage those they interact with including retailers, pastoral leaders, individual customers, and staff.