About Us



 

Rev. David Hamm, S.T.

Temporary Administrator

david.hamm@holytrinityal.org 

Fr. Dave was born on August 2, 1948 and hails from Williamsport, PA. After being inspired by a Missionary Servant priest giving a vocation talk at his home parish, Fr. Dave took his first steps toward priesthood by attending

Fr. Judge Missionary Seminary, in Monroe, Virginia, and was ordained in 1975, Fr. Dave has served as a parish priest in many missions in Louisiana, Georgia, and Mississippi. He ventured north in the 1980’s for five years to be a Formation Director in Silver Spring, Maryland, but headed south again where he has remained for many years. He has served diverse communities in the past, Bainbridge and St. Joseph in Holy Trinity, are the only ones with Hispanic Ministry. He loves  the Feast of the Virgin of Guadalupe Mass and posadas in December. No matter where he is serving, Fr. Dave feels blessed to always have the opportunity to foster a missionary spirit within the laity so that they, too, are empowered to share the Good News with others.

He is currently the pastor of St. Joseph parish in Ft. Mitchell, Alabama where together with a team of missionary priests serve in several mission outreaches of the area.



Rev. Rigoberto Chavez, S.T.

Born on May 31, 1975 is from El Salvador. He is the fourth of 5 brothers and sisters. Fr. Rigoberto was ordained on June 14, 2008, he holds a License in Theology and Philosophy. Fr. Rigoberto served in Compton and Cochela California; and currently is in St. Joseph, Holy Trinity where he coordinates the Hispanic Community and together with Fr. Cliff Marquis brings the message of love and hope to the nearly 2,000 detainees at Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia.



Fr. Marco Antonio Sanchez, S.T.

Fr. Marco Antonio Sanchez, S.T., is the priest responsible for the pastoral care and activity of the Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Capilla de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe) in Clio, Alabama, This Chapel is a mission of St. Joseph Parish.



Rev. Clif Marquis, S.T. 

Fr. Clif Marquis has devoted the better part of four decades to prison ministry. Today, although officially retired, he volunteers his time ministering to the undocumented souls who reside inside Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, GA.



Zuleyda I. Horner

Parish Secretary


Office Phone Number: (334) 298-9025

Parish Fax Number:  1-844-273-6128

 

Our Mission

 

Following the example of Father Judge, one of its early pastors, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Community endeavors to “Be Good; Do Good; and Be a Power for Good.”  Parish life is committed to preserving and enhancing the Catholic faith of its members in their daily lives by encouraging them to serve everyone, especially the poor and abandoned as well as those who do not know the love of God.

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