Father Arnold Trauner, IMBC
Fr. Arnold Trauner was born in Austria in 1970. He entered the German SSPX seminary in 1988 and was ordained a priest there in 1994. He served in Austria, Africa (Gabon, South Africa, Nigeria) and New Zealand before finding out about the una-cum issue and sedevacantism in 2012. In 2017 he became a member of the Institute of the Mother of Good Counsel (IMBC, Italy) after having studied its theological position on the situation in the Church (Thesis of Cassiciacum). Having witnessed the good fruits deriving making and preaching the Ignatian Exercices, he is happy to give the Exercices to those who would like to make good use of them for their spiritual benefit.
Father Stephen McKenna
Fr. Stephen McKenna was born in 1985 in Tewksbury, MA. Raised in the Novus Ordo, he discovered the Traditional Latin Mass in his late teens, and its beauty made a lasting impression upon his life. He eventually began his seminary studies under Fr. Kevin Vailancourt, with oversight by Bishops Robert McKenna and Daniel Dolan. On the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes in the year 2012, he was ordained a priest forever by Bp. Dolan. Since that time, Father has worked at St. Gertrude the Great Church, primary as a missionary priest traveling the country to bring the Sacraments to the faithful spread far and wide.
Father Damien Dutertre, RCI
Fr. Damien Dutertre was born in France in 1993. He has known and served the non una cum traditional Mass since his childhood, and, moved by grace, he has resolved to participate more closely to the fight for the true faith by entering Most Holy Trinity Seminary. A the end of his studies, he was ordained a priest on May 26th, 2018, by His Excellency Bishop Sanborn in Verrua Savoia, in Italy, at the IMBC seminary. His French background added to his time spent in the US proved very providential when he was assigned to take care of a small mission in Quebec. Fr. Dutertre also currently teaches philosophy and religion to the high school students of Queen of All Saints Academy, and occasionally helps at the seminary as well.