Holy Trinity is an amazing parish, and we’d love to have you join us. I’m thrilled to be the pastor of such a great parish, where the people of God truly bring the life to our community. Centered firmly on Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, we are a parish that is faithfully and dynamically orthodox to the Teaching of the Church. Warm and welcoming, our pews are filled with a diverse and active group of Catholics, non-Catholic Christians, and those seeking God. We desire to bring the promise of Jesus to their lives.
Holy Trinity is served by an amazing staff of evangelists who desire to bring the Gospel to your life and the lives of your families. If we can be of service to you, it would be our honor.
Come visit us at Holy Trinity – we think you’ll be glad you did!
Faithfully in Christ,
Father W. Daniel Beeman
About Father Beeman
Father Dan Beeman completed undergraduate studies at the University of Richmond and after working in the private sector, completed seminary formation and academic degrees at Theological College of the Catholic University of America. He was ordained by Bishop DiLorenzo on June 2nd, 2007 at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond.
Father Beeman was assigned to serve at Saint Pius X and Holy Trinity parishes in Norfolk beginning in July of 2007. In early 2008, Bishop DiLorenzo assigned him to Holy Trinity where he has served as the pastor ever since. In his time as priest, Father Beeman has served the Diocese as a Moderator for Youth Ministry (4 years), on the Center for Marriage, Family, and Life Board of Directors (2 years), and on the Diocesan Advisory School Board (7 years). In 2013, Bishop DiLorenzo named him the Vicar for Catholic Mission and Identity for the Office of Catholic Schools where he oversees Catholic Identity and our Priest-Chaplaincies in all of the schools in our Diocese. He serves concurrently as the Chaplain at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School. Father Beeman is currently the Chairman of the Diocesan Priests’ Council and serves on the Bishop’s College of Consultors.
In addition to his duties within the Diocese, Father Dan Beeman is also certified in counseling for Post Traumatic Stress and Combat Trauma, serving many of the military in our community. He also serves on the National Board of Directors for Life Teen
, a national Catholic youth ministry committed to bringing teenagers closer to Christ.
Father Beeman grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the United Methodist faith tradition, before entering the Catholic Church in his undergraduate studies. He is an avid fan of college football, where he fully supports the Notre Dame Irish, the Oklahoma Sooners, and the Navy Midshipmen.