Meet the catechumens!
Trey Hall is a catechumen and seeks Baptism and full communion in the Catholic Church. Although Trey attended St. Joseph School from kindergarten through the 6th grade, he was never baptized. Religion was not a part of his early years and he eventually became an atheist. After much internal conflict and reading from the Book of Job, Trey realized science did not provide all the answers or explain everything in creation. He concluded there must be a God. Trey now seeks to learn more of this God and to develop a relationship with him. Trey is married to Pamela, who is a Catholic, they have one daughter and live in Goodlettsville. He works in construction and is a carpenter by trade. In his spare time, Trey enjoys cooking. Accompanying Trey on his faith journey are his sponsor, Richard Willey and his godparent, Tara Smith.
Casey Griffiths married into a Catholic family and has felt the warmth and comfort when attending Mass with her husband, Jake and his family. This sparked her curiosity and began her journey to learn more about the Catholic Church. As a child, she attended the Church of Christ, but was never baptized. As a catechumen, she desires Baptism and full communion in the Catholic Church. Casey and Jake are parents to a daughter and are now expecting their second child. Casey is a work-from-home mom. She is employed by a marketing firm involved with World Food Championships. In their spare time Casey and Jake enjoy outdoor activities. They also enjoy cooking new recipes. Ruth Elkins and Sharon Craighead are joining Casey in her faith journey as her godparent and sponsor.
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Al Fleck, 615-868-5650; Debra Head, 615-851-1908; Don Steinhilber, 615-265-8375
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