Peter Waymel holds a Master’s Degree in Sacred Scripture from the Augustine Institute and a Licentiate in Philosophy from the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, where he lived for eight years. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Philosophy from that same university and has relocated back to his native Colorado in 2015, where he now lives with his wife and six children. He has taught religion and English and worked as a translator. He also actively catechizes in several parishes in the Denver and Colorado Springs dioceses.
Case Processor: Under the direction of one of the Judges (the Ponens), the Case Processor is a Notary who coordinates the initial phase of the marriage nullity process. He verifies the completeness of marriage nullity petitions and is responsible for drafting and authenticating the required documents, especially, pertaining to the citation of the parties and the collection of witness testimony. In addition, he coordinates Pauline Privilege and Privilege of the Faith cases.