The Brotherhood of Saint Gregory

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The Brothers

Richard Thomas Biernacki

Richard Thomas Biernacki is Founder and Minister General of the Brotherhood. He serves as Music Minister at St. John’s United Methodist Church, Hazlet, New Jersey, and is a member of Christ Church, Middletown. He is an honorary canon of the Diocese of Honduras and a former President of the Monmouth County Branch of The English Speaking Union, USA, and is President of the Garden Club of Fair Haven, New Jersey. He is a Knight Commander and Chancellor and Chief of Protocol in the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, Priory of St. George, and serves as Priory Organist.

James Teets

James Teets is the Brotherhood’s Treasurer and Director of Public Relations and also serves as Master of Ceremonies. He made his First Profession of Vows in 1977. He assists at The Church of the Advent, Baltimore. He previously served for almost two decades as Deputy Inspector of Elections for the Diocese of New York. He is an honorary canon of the Dioceses of Honduras and Liberia, an Officer of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, and member of the Board of Managers of the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society of The Episcopal Church. After serving for almost 24 years at the Episcopal Church Center in New York City on the staffs of three Presiding Bishops, he retired at the end of 2009. His career was in the field of missiology.

William Francis Jones

William Francis Jones is retired and lives in Providence, Rhode Island. He was a co-founder of Fessenden House, Yonkers, New York, in 1995, and he returned to Fessenden House in 2011 and served as House Manager until the house closed in 2017. He also served on the staff of House of the Redeemer in New York City from 1993 until 2001, and served on the staff of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations from 2002 until 2006. He is a member of Church of the Redeemer in Providence, Rhode Island, and lives in an apartment on the cathedral close.

Tobias Stanislas Haller

Tobias Stanislas Haller serves as Director of Postulants and Novices and Publications Coordinator for the Brotherhood. He is an Associate at Church of the Advent, Baltimore, and provides supply in the Diocese of Maryland. He is a Commander of The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, holds the Bishop’s Cross of the Diocese of New York, served as a Deputy to five sessions of General Convention, and was a member of the Task Force for the Study of Marriage and chair of the Study Committee on Polity. An iconographer, composer, and writer, his books include Reasonable and Holy (Seabury Books 2009), The Episcopal Handbook Revised Edition (Church Publishing 2015), Preparing for a Wedding in the Episcopal Church (Church Publishing 2017), What About Sex? (Church Publishing 2017), and Re-membering God: Human Hope and Divine Desire (Church Publishing 2019).

Edward Munro

Edward Munro, Minister Provincial for Province 3, retired in January 2018 from the active diaconate after 26 years of service at 5 parishes in the Diocese of Maryland. During that time, he also spent 12 years as the Director of the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Center and Episcopal Port Chaplain in Baltimore. Edward and his wife, Barbara, are now worshiping at St. George’s, Glenn Dale, in the Diocese of Washington. Since joining the parish, Edward has become a part of the Outreach and Social Justice Committee and the Pastoral Care Team. On occasion he also officiates at Sunday Services when the rector in unavailable.

Donovan Aidan Bowley

Donovan Aidan Bowley, following a career in teaching and environmental protection, retired to rural Maine, where his family settled in 1745. There, he is an active member of Saint Thomas’ Church, Camden. He is a co-mentor there in the Education for Ministry (EfM) seminar, a Vestry member, sings in the choir, convenes a weekly Bible study group, assists on the Pastoral Care Team, and engages in intercessory prayer. In retirement, his avocation in historical studies and genealogy has become a profession, and he is working on papers about the early settlement and exploration of mid-coast Maine. He is an archivist and an officer in both Hope and Appleton Historical Societies, and has compiled information leading to the inclusion of Appleton's 1848 Meetinghouse and a local farm on the National Register of Historical Places. He is working with a team of local residents toward restoration of the 166-year-old meetinghouse and its future incorporation in a town community center.

Christopher Stephen Jenks

Christopher Stephen Jenks lives in Providence, Rhode Island, where he serves on the staff of the Diocese of Rhode Island. He volunteers at the Church Beyond the Walls, a street-church ministry jointly sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island and the New England Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He and William Francis Jones are also working with the leadership in the diocese and Church Beyond the Walls to open a drop-in center for homeless people in downtown Providence. Christopher Stephen is a member of Church of the Redeemer in Providence, and lives in an apartment on the cathedral close.

Ciarán Anthony DellaFera

Ciarán Anthony DellaFera is a family medicine physician, the Director of Transgender Medicine, and the Assistant Director of Clinical Informatics at Greater Lawrence Family Health Center in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Ciarán specializes in full-spectrum family medicine for urban under-served populations with a special interest in LGBTQ medicine and is a member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health. Ciarán is a former IBM Distinguished Engineer, a member of the IBM Academy of Technology, and serves as a technology tactic team leader for Family Medicine for America's Health. He lives in Cambridge, and worships and serves at the altar at Church of the Advent, Boston.

Richard John Lorino

Richard John Lorino retired in 2018 from a 30-year career in hospital ministry and a 40-year career in parish ministry. A Board Certified Chaplain, he was a staff chaplain at a major Level I Trauma Center in Westchester County, New York, for 15 years, moving on to become Director of The Department of Pastoral Care and Education at White Plains Hospital. As a professionally trained musician, he served as Organist and Choirmaster at several churches in Westchester, spending the last 25 years of that career at St. John’s Church, South Salem, where he also taught and preached on a regular basis. Trained in Clinical Pastoral Education Supervisory Education, Rick also supervised a Clinical Pastoral Training program for Vocational Deacon candidates in the Diocese of New York. In 1992, he founded Fessenden House, a Gregorian ministry which initially provided housing for men living with HIV/AIDS. Once HIV became a manageable disease, Fessenden House re-organized and began ministering to men in recovery until it closed its doors in June 2017. Rick now lives in Vero Beach, Florida, and is a member of Saint Augustine of Canterbury Church, Vero Beach.

Ronald Augustine Fox

Ronald Augustine Fox is the Director of Vocations for the Brotherhood. He serves as senior Master of Ceremonies and liturgical coordinator at Church of the Atonement, Chicago. He is the Assistant to the President of Bexley Seabury Seminary in Chicago. An honors graduate of Roosevelt University in Chicago, he also has a Master of Ministry, magna cum laude, and a Master of Theology, summa cum laude, from Providence Theological School.

Maurice John Grove

Maurice John Grove retired from a long career in sales and hospitality and now lives in the Philippines, where he assists the local village community in small-scale economic development. He is active with the church and helps spread the Gregorian Way in the South Pacific.

Virgilio Fortuna

Virgilio Fortuna has been serving for the past three years as Deacon at Saint Mark’s, Foxborough, Massachusetts and was recently appointed by the Bishop of Massachusetts as a chaplain for deacons in formation. He works at Brockton Hospital as a Nursing Assistant in the outpatient department, which provides free clinical care to people unable to afford a doctor.

Gordon John Stanley

Gordon John Stanley, after serving 45 years in the Diocese of Chicago, including 25 years as Deacon at St. Peter’s, Chicago, retired in 2015. His ministry included the Evanston Children’s Center, The Night Ministry, and Interfaith House. Still in demand as a preacher and Lenten retreat leader, he’s assigned to Church of the Ascension, Chicago. While living part-time in Sarasota, Florida, Gordon assists Share! Shopper Day for Camino de Fe’s Mission and Sarasota CROP Hunger Walk.

William David Everett

William David Everett lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and attends St. Peter’s, Central Square. He is the Director Emeritus of the Guild of Boston Artists.

Thomas Bushnell

Thomas Bushnell lives in New York City, where he works as a Software Engineer for Google. Thomas is a recipient of the PhD in philosophy from UC Irvine.

Peter Budde

Peter Budde and his wife, Betty, live in Fieldale, Virginia, on Stillmeadow Farm. They attend Christ Church in Martinsville, where they are members of the choir, collect food weekly from grocery stores for the community-wide Grace Network food pantry, and volunteer at the monthly meal, Loaves and Fishes, served at Christ Church. Pete also occasionally officiates at Morning Prayer and preaches there. He is working with the rehab department of the Sticht Acute Rehab Center of the Wake Forest Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, to develop a peer mentoring program for present and past rehab patients to assist people who are dealing with the physical and emotional challenges of rehabilitation. In the Brotherhood, he serves as a member of the Education Committee, board member of the BSG Benevolence Trust, the Minister General’s Chaplain, crucifer, and member of the Schola.

John Henry Ernestine

John Henry Ernestine is the Brotherhood’s Minister Provincial for Province 2, Head Sacristan, and serves on the Education & Retention Policy Planning Committees. He serves at Grace Church Van Vorst, Jersey City, as homilist, teacher, and pastoral care giver. John Henry is currently a student at Providence Theological School, where he is completing a Degree in Theology.

Francis Sebastian Medina

Francis Sebastian Medina is a member of Saint John the Evangelist, San Francisco, where he serves as Subdeacon, Acolyte, Eucharistic Minister and Healing Minister. He also regularly volunteers with the San Francisco/Marin Food Bank through Saint Mary the Virgin, San Franciso.

Ælred Bernard Dean

Ælred Bernard Dean serves as Priest-in-Charge at St. Mary’s in Middlesboro, Kentucky. In addition to serving at the parochial level of the Church, he serves in the Diocese of Lexington as a member of the Standing Committee, Liturgical Committee, and deputy to General Convention. He is also Vice-President of Cooperative Christian Ministry in Middlesboro, an organization helping meet the needs of the unemployed and working poor in Middlesboro. In the Brotherhood, Ælred serves on the Education Committee.

Joseph Basil Gauss

Joseph Basil Gauss is a Registered Nurse working as Clinical Coordinator of the Telemetry/Stroke Nursing Unit at Northshore University HealthSystem – Skokie Hospital in Skokie, Illinois. He co-chairs the Parish Health Outreach at the Church of the Atonement, Chicago, as well as serves liturgically and sings in the choir. He serves as the Brotherhood’s Convocation Infirmarian and Secretary.

Mark Andrew Jones

Mark Andrew Jones is Rector of Saint Nicholas Church in Pompano Beach, Florida, part of the Diocese of Southeast Florida. At the diocesan level, Mark Andrew serves on the Constitution & Canons and the Parish Finance and Assessment Committees. In the community, Mark Andrew and the parish are best known for the Holy Grill mobile ministry in which a food trailer is used to get outside the walls of the church and beyond the boundaries of fixed sites to make hot, spirit-lifting meals for the homeless and unemployed. The Holy Grill has served over 42,000 meals since starting in September 2016. St. Nicholas has also added the Holy Provisions mobile food bank, which delivers 20,000 lbs. of food each month to over 40 different feeding programs from South Dade to North Palm Beach Counties in South Florida, helping families with children, the elderly, veterans, and people with disabilities. Both the Holy Grill and Holy Provisions continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, albeit on reduced schedules and fewer volunteers. Holy Provisions has shifted its emphasis during the pandemic to distributing food to seniors and those food pantries that are still operating. Mark Andrew is also an attorney licensed to practice law in Florida and Illinois, and and a former Florida Supreme Court Certified Appellate, County, and Family Mediator. He and his spouse, Diane, selectively accept private consulting engagements for alternative dispute resolutions services, employment investigations and assessments, management consulting, coaching, and training.

Richard Matthias

Richard Matthias lives in northern New York with his wife Nancy, a retired Lutheran Pastor. Richard is a Vocational Deacon in the Anglican Church of Canada, presently serving at the Area Parish of the Saint Lawrence in Long Sault, Cornwall, and Lancaster, Ontario, as a Pastoral Associate. His ministry responsibilities include preaching and home bound visitation. In his local community, Richard is an active member of the Louisville Volunteer Fire Department, where he serves as a Trustee, Captain of the Fire Police, and Chaplain. Richard also serves as the Brotherhood’s Convocation Cellarer.

William Henry Benefield

William Henry Benefield is a Clinical Psychopharmacologist, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Texas at Austin. He is organist for Musica Sacra San Antonio and serves as one of the Brotherhood’s organists during convocations. He is an Officer of the The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, a member of St. Paul’s, San Antonio, and serves the Brotherhood as Minister Provincial for the Province of the West.

Nathanael Deward Rahm

Nathanael Deward Rahm has been serving parishes in Chicago and suburbs for over 30 years. Currently, he is Organist-Choirmaster at Church of Our Saviour, Elmhurst, Illinois. He also works as the Parish Administrator for Church of the Ascension, Chicago. He has also served on the Diocese of Chicago’s Treble Festival Committee, and on the steering committee for the Leadership Program for Church Musicians Serving Small Congregations (LPM). He is the Brotherhood’s Minister Provincial for Province 5, the Director of Convocation Liturgy and Music, and one of the community’s organists.

Thomas Lawrence Greer

Thomas Lawrence Greer, a lifelong native of Nashville, is a Registered Nurse serving as a nursing instructor in the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Nashville’s practical nursing program, one of the largest such programs in the region. He teaches fundamentals, nutrition, introductory skills, and conducts clinical rotations in the adult medical-surgical populations. Thomas Lawrence also works in the Access Center at the Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute as an access coordinator. He is a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the American Nurses Association. His parish is Saint Ann’s, Nashville, where he serves as acolyte, chalice bearer, and chair of the Altar Guild. In winter, he continues to serve at Room in the Inn, a city-wide shared ecumenical ministry for recovering individuals.

Enoch John Valentine

Enoch John Valentine is eucharistic visitor and acolyte at Saint Luke’s in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. In addition, he is Organist and Choir Director at Saint Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church, East Providence, and long-time Organist at Swan Point Cemetery, Providence. He is Minister Provincial of Province 1.

David Luke Henton

David Luke Henton is a retired social worker and social work educator and a member of the Church of the Ascension in Cloudcroft, New Mexico. A candidate for holy orders in the Diocese of the Rio Grande, he is a student of the diocesan Bishop's School for Ministry, part of the Iona Initiative of the Seminary of the Southwest, where he previously earned an M.A. in Spiritual Formation. He serves as a seminarian at St. John’s in Alamogordo, and is also on the board of Rio Grande Borderland Ministries.

David John Battrick

David John Battrick grew up in England and studied theology in Oxford, from where he worked in international mission and development research. Moving to Australia, he served in a range of Church leadership ministries on both sides of the country. More recently he has worked as a political advisor in the Parliament of New South Wales, and currently works as a health care manager. He is a member of Our Lady of Walsingham Church in Newcastle, New South Wales. He serves within the community as Chair of the Brotherhood’s Benevolent Trust.

Bo Alexander Armstrong

Bo Alexander Armstrong serves as Minister Provincial for Province 4. He is a communicant at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church , a licensed Lay Preacher, and is engaged in ministry among the homeless in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is married to Lynn and has two sons, Christopher and Devon. He is also the very proud grandfather of Adelaide and Barden. He works as an IT professional in the Chattanooga area.

Francis Jonathan Bullock

Francis Jonathan Bullock is a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, Indianapolis, where he serves as an acolyte and provides leadership for several ministries, including the communion bread baking guild and care of the altar linens. Francis Jonathan is a social worker (MSW, 2012, Indiana University) at Hillcroft Services, a non-profit agency serving adults and children with intellectual disabilities and severe chronic mental illness.  He is currently pursuing an MDiv at Earlham School of Religion with aspirations to serving as a board certified chaplain. Among Quakers, his spouse is a recorded minister of the Gospel, currently serving as the lead pastor at a local Quaker Meeting. Br. Francis Jonathan continues the ancient monastic traditions of brewing beer (which he often brings to Brotherhood gatherings). His other hobbies include reading, counted cross stitch, cooking, baking, and gardening.

James Patrick Hall

James Patrick Hall pursues his vocation of working with Denver’s poor and homeless by serving at St. Francis Center for the Homeless, and coordinating the Sunday morning service each week. James Patrick's current main focus is the Lazarus Gate Shelter for Hospice care. Lazarus Gate’s mission is to offer dignity to Denver-area folks with terminal illness — who lack the shelter of a home — by providing a stable, appropriate environment for hospice agencies to deliver care. James Patrick also leads a Bible Study on Mondays at Catholic Charities’ Samaritan House, and a rotating five-week Bible Study at the Salvation Army’s Harbor Light program, in conjunction with the Ignatian Spirituality Project providing bi-annual retreats for homeless folk. James Patrick is also a member of the Colorado Street Chaplaincy Collaborative which seeks to walk with people on the streets and those who assist them. He currently attends the Cathedral of St. John in the Wilderness, Denver.

Richard Edward Helmer

Richard Edward Helmer is Rector of Church of Our Saviour, Mill Valley, California, he also serves the Diocese of California and the wider church as Secretary of Diocesan Convention, as an alternate deputy to General Convention, as Secretary of the House of Deputies Resolutions Review Committee, and on the Standing Commission for Structure, Governance, Constitution and Canons. He serves as the Brotherhood’s Web Administrator, develops the BSG Daily Office App, and assists Church Publishing with preparing and editing liturgical calendar resources. A classical pianist, Richard Edward performs and accompanies regularly in recitals around the San Francisco Bay Area. He and his wife and their children enjoy road trips together along the California Coast and visiting friends and family as far flung as Okayama, Japan, and Arkansas.

Eric Shelley

Eric Shelley is a certified operating room nurse (CNOR) with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at the VA Medical Center in Salem, Virginia. He lives in Roanoke, Virginia and worships at Christ Episcopal Church, Roanoke, where some of his ministries have included serving on the Vestry, as Junior and Senior Warden, as an acolyte, crucifer, thurifer, and as convener of the pastoral care committee. Currently, he serves as both chair and member of the Altar Guild. In the Brotherhood, Br. Eric serves as Administrator for the community’s convocations and council meetings.

Larry Walter Reich

Larry Walter Reich serves as head verger and eucharistic minister in Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee. He is an Education for Ministry (EFM) graduate, advocates for victims of violent crime, and serves as a volunteer hospice chaplain for the homeless at Welcome Home of Chattanooga. He currently works for Ruby Falls in Chattanooga.

Scott Michael Pomerenk

Scott Michael Pomerenk worships at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Denver, Colorado, serving as a Eucharistic minister, acolyte, lector, lay homilist, and on the parish social justice committee. He was an Alternate Deputy to the 77th, 78th, and 79th General Conventions, and has served in several governance roles on diocesan and churchwide levels. He writes and directs short Surrealist/Expressionist films, and blogs at brscottmichael.wordpress.com. Originally from San Francisco, Scott Michael now lives in Littleton, Colorado, with his wife, Erica, and their daughter, Beatrice.

Angel Gabriel Roque

Angel Gabriel Roque is Director of Parish Ministries and occasional preacher, spiritual director, and subdeacon in his home parish of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church and Ancient Spanish Monastery and Gardens in North Miami Beach Florida. He holds the office of President for the R. K. Rolason Convocation of Vergers of the Diocese of Southeast Florida, where he also is an active member of the Young Adult Ministry, a member of Council, and a Deputy to General Convention. Angel also serves as a member of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music of The Episcopal Church. He works full-time in Behavioral Health as a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist for the South Florida Wellness Network. He resides in Fort Lauderdale with his husband and enjoys cooking, painting, drawing, and reading.

David Benedict Hedges

David Benedict Hedges is Rector of Saint Michael and All Angels Church in Tucson, Arizona, and an honorary Canon of the Diocese of Arizona, where he serves on the Standing Committee. He is married to Carly, a sign language interpreter, and they have a daughter, Zoe. Dave enjoys letter-writing and postal ephemera, and long road trips.

Tommy Mandri

Tommy Mandri worships at the Episcopal Church of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux in north Miami Beach, Florida, and works as Organist in the ecumenical Catholic Church of Saints Francis and Clare in Wilton Manors, Fort Lauderdale. He also serves in the Hispanic ministries of the Diocese of Southeast Florida. Tommy resides with his nine-year-old cat, Channel.

Christopher Robert Werth

Novice Christopher Robert Werth is a Case Manager in the Senior Care Program, Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities, based in Annapolis, Maryland. He has over 30 years of experience working individuals across the lifespan with different abilities and is a graduate level, nationally certified rehabilitation counselor (CRC). He is a 36+year member of Lions International having been awarded a Melvin Jones Fellow for his community service. He is an active member of St. Martin’s in-the Field Episcopal Church in Severna Park, Maryland, serving as a member of the Vestry, Server, member of the Healing Prayer team, and Eucharistic Minister. He also is a member on the Secretariat for Maryland Episcopal Cursillo and has served on a number of teams.

Jason Peter Seta

Novice Jason Peter Seta lives in Philadelphia, and is a member of St. Luke’s, Germantown. In addition to weekly bible study, he serves on the vestry, and as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, altar server, lector, and a member of the St. Cecilia Choir. He also attends weekday Eucharist at St. Mary’s, Hamilton Village, and at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, where he serves as lector and sometime docent for diocesan events.

Thomas Andrew Burnham

Novice Thomas Andrew Burnham was born and raised in Southern Florida. His spiritual journey began early while he served as an altar boy in the Roman Catholic Church. In his twenties he moved to New England and became a chemical lab supervisor; in his thirties he moved to Tennessee and became an Optician. Later, he became an addiction counselor and found his life’s calling. He passionately serves the homeless, and graciously helps the addicted recover. While specializing in eating disorders and all aspects of alcohol and drug addiction, he has discovered a kinship for the marginalized and the forgotten in our society. At his parish, St. Mary’s Church in Bonita Springs, Florida, he serves as an usher, acolyte, and lector.

Carlos R Fernandez

Postulant Carlos Roberto Fernandez was born and raised in the suburbs of Miami, Florida. His spiritual journey has taken him from the Roman Catholicism of his youth, to the Reformed Tradition, and finally to the via media of the Anglican Tradition in the Episcopal Church. Carlos has lived in New York and Chicago over the years. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Miami, a Master of Theology with a focus on medieval theology from Chicago Theological Seminary, and a Master of Library and Information Science from Florida State University. He is a medical librarian at Cleveland Clinic Florida, located in Weston, Florida. He is a member of Saint Bernard de Clairvaux Episcopal Church (the Ancient Spanish Monastery and Gardens) in North Miami Beach, Florida. At St. Bernard’s he volunteers his time in the gardens and is often called upon to be a lay reader. During his free-time, Carlos enjoys reading historical mystery and horror novels, reading the works of his favorite medieval theologians, watching British clergy solve crimes on TV, and spending time with his three cats.

Isaac Ruiz-Solá

Postulant Isaac Ruiz-Solá was born in New York City and, at age ten, moved with his parents to the island of Puerto Rico, where he currently lives. From an early age he developed skills in Fine Arts, which led him to follow the path of teaching, and eventual university studies in education and administration. He retired in 2019 from 30 years of service in the Puerto Rico Department of Education as a teacher and, for over 20 years, a School Director. He also retired the same year with 21 years of service in the United States Armed Forces as a veteran in the Puerto Rico Army National Guard and having also served in the Puerto Rico Air Force National Guard. Currently, he is completing a Master’s Degree in Divinity at the Episcopal Seminary of Saint Peter and Saint Paul at Bayamón, Puerto Rico, towards his preparation for the ordained priesthood. Isaac assists at St. Luke the Evangelist Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Puerto Rico, where he serves as an acolyte, lector and treasurer. He also serves as a Volunteer Chaplain at St. Luke Medical Center in Ponce.


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