Father Tim Cusick has been pastor of Holy Family since January 2011. He has brought to us a reverence for our Catholic traditions, and by his example, inspires us to focus on our faith. He graduated from Bishop Kenny High School, earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering as well as an MBA at Georgia Tech, and earned a degree in Sacred Theology from Catholic University. He was ordained to the priesthood on May 20, 2000. Fr. Cusick serves on several Diocesan committees: the Council on Culture, the Diocesan Pastoral Council, the College of Consultors, the Diocesan RCIA Board, and recently served as the Presbyteral Council chair.
Father Greg Fay served as pastor of Holy Family from 1999 - 2010. Fr. Fay oversaw the building of our school, which opened in 2002. He graduated from Bishop Kenny High School and earned his degree from the Pontifical College Josephinium. He was ordained to the priesthood on April 24, 1976. He has served at several parishes in the Diocese of St. Augustine and had many teaching positions throughout his priesthood.
Monsignor Mort Danaher became the Holy Family "Priest in Residence" in 1997. He earned his college degree from the Jesuit Apostolic School at Mungret in Ireland. After graduating from St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore, Msgr. Danaher was ordained on March 1, 1953. From 1956 - 1967, he served as President of Bishop Kenny High School. He served as pastor of San Jose Catholic Church and then Christ the King until his retirement in 1997. During his long and productive ministry, he has had a great dedication to the homeless, the needy, and the sick.