Fr. Rogatian S. Urassa
director of Music and organist
Prior to joining the staff at Sacred Heart in 2008, Mr. Hoffman was the Director of Music at several different churches in the Klamath Falls area. Active in the field of church music, Mr. Hoffman holds an Organist Certificate from the National Association of Pastoral Musicians and is currently working to complete the Colleague Examination of the American Guild of Organists. He studied music at Willamette University and his teachers have included Dr. Paul Klemme (organ) and Dr. Wallace Long (choral conducting). In addition to his time at Willamette University, Mr. Hoffman completed a lengthy apprenticeship at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, in Salem, Oregon. During that time, he had the opportunity to conduct adult and children’s choirs, handbell choirs, and serve as the Associate Organist.
Coordinator for Youth and family catechesis
Mrs. Bridges is a wife and blessed mother to five vivacious daughters who are always on the go. She has a degree in Early Childhood Education, which was obtained at our very own Klamath Community College. She has ran an in-home daycare for over five years. She loves planning educational curricula at each child’s developmental stage and believes it’s never too late to learn, especially when it comes to the faith. She is well-known to be big hearted and faith driven. She enjoys working with families and children alike. She values family time and therefore spends her spare time with her family and friends, hiking, relaxing in a hammock, and learning more about the Catholic faith.
director of Faith Formation
Mr. Chutikorn is a husband and proud father of six beautiful children. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in both Catholic Theology and Philosophy and is currently a graduate student of Theology at Holy Apostles College & Seminary with a concentration in Thomistic Studies. His writings have been published in Ignatius Press’ academic journal Homiletic and Pastoral Review and Thomistica, and he has also been featured on the radio podcast Classical Theism. He currently serves as Vice-President of the Theological Institute of St. Thomas Aquinas - Thomisticum. When he is not at the office, he loves spending time in the outdoors with his family, doing photography, playing guitar, and researching.
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