Clergy and Staff

Rev. Armando Alejandro, Jr.

Parochial Administrator

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Fr. Armando Alejandro is a native of D’Hanis, TX, a rural ranching and farming community located fifty miles west of San Antonio. Fr. Alejandro is a life-long Roman Catholic who completed his theological studies at Saint Mary’s Seminary in Houston, TX and was ordained a priest of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter on June 29, 2020 by Bishop Steven Lopes.  He is a member of the Liturgy and Arts Committee and the Vocations Committee for the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter. Fr. Alejandro also serves as Parochial Vicar for Saint Joseph Catholic Community in Eldersburg, MD. 

Rev. John Worgul

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Fr. John Worgul was raise in a pious Baptist family, and grew up moved by the preaching of his pastor. He attended a Presbyterian Seminary and studied Hebrew Bible in Graduate School and later taught the Old Testament and Hebrew in a Baptist Seminary for 15 years. It was not until September of 2013 that Fr. John, his wife Kathy and two children, became members of an Anglican religious community and then on to the Catholic Church through the Ordinariate where he became a Catholic priest. At present, along with his duties at St. Timothy’s, he is the  Pastoral Associate for Evangelization and Adult Formation at St. Joseph Catholic Community in Eldersburg, MD, and a adjunct professor of Biblical Studies at Catholic Distance University. 

Rev. Br. Thomas Skamai, C.O.

Deacon Thomas Skamai, C.O. studies at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD.
He is a member of the Pittsburgh Oratory of Saint Philip Neri, which was founded with a close connection in mind to Saint John Henry Newman’s idea of a University and the ethos of his Oxford aspirations.

Deacon Thomas is from Rural Valley, PA, a small town located about an hour outside of Pittsburgh. He recently earned his Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from the University of Pittsburgh. He enjoys reading the lives of the saints and playing nearly any sport he can get involved in. He was ordained to the Diaconate in May of 2021 and serves at Saint Joseph Catholic Community and Saint Timothy's Ordinariate Catholic Church.