Fr. Bryan Sabourin, CC
Fr. Bryan was ordained to the priesthood on June 7, 2014.
He joined the team here at Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit in July, 2016 as a Associate Pastor.
CliftonStrengths: Input, Intellection, Developer, Relator, Individualization
Fr. Yves Marchildon, CC
Serving two years with the National Evangelization Teams (NET), proved to be the first step in discerning priesthood. The next step was attending university which involved being part of Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO) which helped me continue onto the next step of discernment which was moving to Ottawa to join the Companions of the Cross.
He joins the team here at Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit July 1st, 2019 .
Deacon Rod has been a parishioner at Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit since 2013. He graduated from St. Mary’s University in 1979 with a BA in Political Science and from Atlantic School of Theology in 2015 with a Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies. Deacon Rod spent one year as an instituted acolyte and was ordained a deacon on June 27th, 2015 at St, Mary’s Cathedral Basilica by Archbishop Mancini.
Deacon Rod has been Part of the HTPU staff team since June 2015.
Director of Operations
Coordinator of Evangelization and Pastoral Ministries
Kate and her husband Nicholas are new parishioners at Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit. After graduating university, Kate worked for Catholic Christian Outreach, The New Evangelization Summit, and in various parish ministry positions.
Kate joined the team here at Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit in July, 2018
CliftonStrengths: Connectedness, Communication, Strategic, Woo, Responsibility
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Coordinator of Family Faith Formation
Alex graduated from Xavier University in Cincinnati OH with a BA in Theology and BS in Psychology. After teaching Religious Education in a Catholic high school for a number of years he came to Halifax to complete his MA in Theology and Religious Studies at St. Mary’s University.
Alex joined Holy Trinity Pastoral Unit staff in 2016 and oversees youth and adult faith formation programs in the parish.
CliftonStrengths: Connectedness, Learner, Context, Intellection, Input