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At its founding nearing 145 years ago, Holy Trinity was established with a staff of one, who was the priest/pastor. Today, The Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity is proudly served by:
Pastor: Rev. Anthony J. Randazzo
Fr. Anthony is the happy pastor of Holy Trinity.
Priest Assistants: Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Masiello, Msgr. Gerard McCarren, STD
In residence: Fr. Alex Pinto
Permanent Deacons: Thomas A. Pluta, Keith T. Gibbons
Deacon Tom and his family joined Holy Trinity in 1970. He and his wife, Barbara were married in 1965 and have three daughters, Ellen, Erika and Jessica and six grandchildren - Arabella, Luke, Colette,Ethan, Jack and Will. A graduate of Rutgers University,he worked in environmental protection at the local, state and international levels. Deacon Tom began his third career as a fulltime deacon here at Holy Trinity in 2000 as ministry coordinator along with his regular liturgical duties of baptizing, preaching, witnessing marriages and conducting wake services. He was ordained in May, 1992.
Director of Music: Roxanne McAlvany
Contemporary Choir Director: Sara Hedgepeth
Cantor: Joseph Loria
Director of Faith Formation: Michelle Angelo
Youth/Young Adult Minister: Patricia Martin
Parish Secretary: Donna Campanella
Principal, Holy Trinity Interparochial School: Sr. Maureen Fichner
Pastoral Council Members:
Jennifer Blasi (email@example.com) - Jennifer and her husband Greg moved to Westfield 14 years ago and have been parishioners at Holy Trinity since then. They have three boys, Sebastian (14), Adrian (11) and Luca (8). Jennifer is currently active in the parish on the social committee. She was a publisher for Schering Plough Pharmaceuticals until 2005 when she left to raise her family.
Rick Crosta (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Rick and his wife, Lisa, have been parishioners for more than 30 years. He is co-chair of the council. Rick's serves as a Eucharistic Minister and lector. His has also been an usher and chaired the recent Living Stones Capital Campaign. Rick and Lisa have two daughters, Stephanie Crosta Tasco and Melissa.
Paul Hauge (email@example.com) - Paul has been a part of the Holy Trinity community since moving to Westfield with his wife, Angela, in 1996. They have two children - Kristin and Michael. Paul is an attorney at Gibbons P.C. in Newark. Besides being a member of the Pastoral Council, he is a catechist for Confirmation students in the Faith Formation program and sings in the Contemporary Ensemble.
Kevin Hilliard (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Kevin and his wife, Cathy, are 30 year parishioners of Holy Trinity. They have 5 children, 3 of whom attended Holy Trinity School grade school. They were involved in many school activities and were on the school board for several years. They have six grandchildren.
Christina Kenney (email@example.com) - Christina has been a member of the parish for 18 years. Christina is a Faith Formation summer catechist for 4th grade and middle school and organizes family gatherings. She is also a lector and member of the parish social committee. Christina was a Cornerstone XI team member in 2007 and is co-owner of Sugar Mamas Sweet Treats and bookkeeper for Bagel Café, New Providence. Christina and her husband Craig have four children, Ryan, Cameron, Hannah, and Patrick.
Sue Lacey (firstname.lastname@example.org) - The Lacey family joined Holy Trinity in 2008, when they relocated to Westfield from Bloomfield, where they were members of Sacred Heart Church. Sue earned a Master's Degree in Theology from Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall University in 2011. She served as the Director of the RCIA Program here at Holy Trinity for several years and presently teaches English as a Second Language with Literacy NJ in Union County. Sue and her husband, John, have been married for 29 years and have four sons.
Barbara T. Lang (email@example.com) - Barbara came to Holy Trinity about thirteen years ago and found a warm community with many amazing and talented people. She is a happily retired attorney with two grown children. She serves as a Eucharistic Minister, visiting home-bound parishioners, inspire by with their resilience and courage. She is excited and humbled by this invitation to explore new ways to serve.
Tom Lezynski (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Tom grew up in Bucks County, PA, attended Catholic schools for the entirety of his education and has had excellent parish experiences as an adult in Northern and Southern California aBarbara T. Lang (email@example.com)nd Hoboken, NJ prior to becoming a parishioner at Holy Trinity in 2013. While at Holy Trinity, he has served as a Lector, Eucharistic Minister and participant in the Men’s Saturday morning Scripture Reflection group. He loves spending time with his incredible wife, his three beautiful children and is grateful for the opportunity to serve as a member of the Pastoral Council.
Michael Schwabel (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Mike grew up in Westfield and has lived in town for over 30 years. Mike became a parishioner of Holy Trinity early 2015 and was married here to Amy in September, 2015. Mike is a pharmaceutical industry Sales Manager in New York City. He volunteers as an assistant swim coach for the Westfield High School Boys Varsity swim team during the Winter. This is Mike’s first time serving on a Pastoral Council. He is a Miami University (Ohio) business school graduate with a degree in marketing.
Kathy Tomkins (email@example.com) - Kathy has been a parishioner of Holy Trinity Parish since 1977 and served as the Administrative Assistant in the Faith Formation Office for 25 years. She is presently involved in the following ministries: Eucharistic Minister, Facilitator for RENEW and Priest, Prophet, and King. Kathy's two daughters, Susie and Betsy, now married, attended Holy Trinity School. ShKathy Zawislak (firstname.lastname@example.org)e is married to Fred, the RCIA coordinator here at the parish.
Agnes Trainor (email@example.com)(- Agnes and her husband, Bob, have been parishioners for 38 years. She was instrumental in forming the Bereavement Ministry, as well as facilitating Grief Support Groups for several years at Holy Trinity. She is a Eucharistic Minister, a Team Leader in the Renew program, and is a member of the RCIA team.
Rob Whitehead (firstname.lastname@example.org) Rob and his wife, Theresa, have been parishioners of Holy Trinity for 20 years. He is a Eucharistic Minister and has been a Catechist in the Faith Formation program and a Confirmation mentor. Rob is married to Teresa for 30 years and they have 3 grown children who all attended Holy Trinity School. He is a former Scoutmaster and current Committee member of Boy Scout Troop 73 sponsored by Holy Trinity.