Pastoral Associate of Faith Formation and Religious Education
Judith has been at Holy Trinity since 2001. She has been involved in the catechetical ministry for over 35 years as a volunteer and in parish catechetical leadership for the past 13 years. At Holy Trinity she is responsible for Adult Faith Formation, RCIA, Sacramental Preparation and the Sunday Morning K-12 Catechetical Program. She earned her Master’s in Theological Studies at the Washington Theological Union in 2003.
Coordinator, Religious Education K - 6
Beth assists in curriculum and program planning, coordinates Class Masses for grades 3-6 and coordinates the recruitment of catechists for the Sunday morning Religious Education program. Additionally, she provides support to all of the work of the Faith Formation and Religious Education ministries. Beth holds a B.A. in Religious Studies from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Beth joined the Holy Trinity staff in 2010. She has also worked in Campus Ministry at Loras College, and as the Director of Catholic Youth Camp.
Justine coordinates Youth Mass for grades 7-12, trains Youth Liturgical Ministers, and leads the Confirmation Preparation Program. In addition, she coordinates the service programs for Religious Education grades K-12 and service opportunities for all parishioners grades 7-12. Prior to joining the staff in August 2010, Justine served two years in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. First, she served as a Case Manager at a transitional housing shelter in Raleigh, NC, and then she taught 5th grade Religion at St. Aloysius School in Harlem, NY. In 2008, she graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angles with a B.A. in Sociology and a minor in Theology.
Faith Formation/Religious Education Ministries Office Coordinator
Christy supports the Faith Formation and Religious Education staff, assisting with the K-12 Religious Education program, Sacramental Preparation, and Adult and Youth Formation. Christy joined the Holy Trinity staff in 2012. She is a graduate of Georgetown University with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Justice and Peace Studies. Since she graduated in 2009, Christy has spent a year volunteering in a community center in El Salvador and a year teaching Spanish in a Connecticut middle school.