Father David Arseneault

Fr. David was born in York, Nebraska and grew up in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C. He graduated from Mount St. Mary’s College in Emmitsburg, Maryland and has a Masters Degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

Following graduate school, he worked at Lock Haven University for five years before entering the seminary.  He studied for two years at St. Francis Seminary in Loretto, and two years at St. Mary’s Seminary in Baltimore, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree.

After his ordination in 1981, Fr. David was assigned as Parochial Vicar at St. Joseph Church in Renovo and from 1984 to 1994 served at Most Holy Trinity Church in Huntingdon.

He also served in a variety of campus ministry positions including campus minister at Juniata College, Penn State University - Altoona Campus, and Penn State University - University Park.  Father David was also the Diocesan Director of Campus Ministry for the Diocese of Altoona - Johnstown.

He presently serves as pastor of Most Holy Trinity Church in Huntingdon with sacramental responsibilities at Juniata College and SCI Smithfield.


Sister Katherine O'Neil, IHM
Director of Faith Formation

Since leaving Pittsburgh I have lived and worked in many north eastern cities and towns:  Wilmington, Baltimore, Bellefonte, Bedford, Mt. Holly, and presently Huntingdon.

As  Sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I have enjoyed a wealth of life experiences that have enhanced my life, broadened my vision, and deepened my faith as well as my belief in the goodness of all people.  Presently, I minister at most Holy Trinity Parish as Pastoral Associate for Faith Formation.  In this capacity I work with children and adults in the many facets of religious formation.  I am blessed to be part of this dynamic faith community!


Sister Susan Feeley
Pastoral Associate of Administration and Finance