Chapter, Clergy and Staff

Cathedral Chapter

Chapter Officers, Chancellors and Members

A. Louise Harms, Senior Warden

Patrick Betar, Esq., Junior Warden

Thomas Berger, Treasurer

Thomas Gay, Clerk

William Muir, Esq., Chancellor

Jane Muir, Esq., Vice Chancellor

Simone Allen, Member

Jackie Clarke, Member

Michael Graham, Member

Dr. Femi Lalude, Member

Adrian Madriz, Member

Lilly Mena, Member

Mark Steinbauer, Member

Xiomara Zapata, Member

Rev. Tim Carr, Diocesan Rep.

Marie Brunache, Diocesan Rep.


The Rev. Mario Milián

Father Milián was born in Cuba and began his seminary studies in Matanzas, Cuba. He pursued further theological study in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. After coming to the United States, he graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree with concentrations in Religious Studies, Small Business, and Electrical-Electronics Engineering Technology. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from CDSP (Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, California). Fr. Milián was ordained to the diaconate in 2000 and to the priesthood in 2001, both ordinations at Trinity Cathedral in Arizona. He served as Associate Rector of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Chandler, Arizona; as Rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Parish in Oxnard, California; and until 2018, as Rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church and School in Coral Gables, FL. Fr. Milián recently completed a Master’s Degree in Ignatian Spirituality at the Pontifical Jesuit University of Comillas in Madrid, Spain. He is a Captain in the United States Air Force Chaplain Corps and has served as a reserve Chaplain since 2013. Fr. Milián and his wife Julie have been married for 24 years and have two children, Mario E. IV (8) and Isabella Marie (7).


The Rev. Richard Benedict


The Rev. Douglass Ray

Fr. Doug is currently a Senior Principal with Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, philanthropic consultants based in Chicago. He specializes in fundraising and strategic planning for nonprofits and religious organizations. He and his wife, Melissa, live in Miami Beach. Fr. Doug has had a varied career that has taken him to more than 80 countries around the world, and this continues in his current position, which takes him and Melissa away from Florida much of the time.


The Rev. Doris Ingraham

Deacon Doris Ingraham presently serves as our Cathedral Deacon. Prior to her arrival at Trinity she has served in the Diocese for fifteen years and has previously ministered at St. Kevin's Church in Opa-Locka as well as Historic St. Agnes Church in Miami's historic Overtown neighborhood. Deacon Ingraham supports Trinity Cathedral's Lay Eucharistic Visitors as well as other pastoral functions. In addition to her duties as a deacon, she also serves on the Diocesan board of ECW (Episcopal Church Women). Doris and her husband Tellis live in Miami Gardens. She is the proud mother of five children, nine grandchildren and thirteen great-grand children. 

Administrative Coordinator

Erick Arellano

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Erick has been with Trinity since January of 2012, and serves as the Cathedral’s Administrative Coordinator. He has a background in both Religious Studies and Philosophy from Florida International University. A long time Miami resident, prior to joining the Cathedral, Erick was involved with the local Episcopal Church as well as with the campus ministry program at St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens. Erick has a passion for animals and every year helps to coordinate the ever-popular “Blessing of the Pets” event at Trinity. He is also in formation with an ecumenical religious community. Erick brings to the Cathedral a strong sense of organization and attention to detail, coupled with a deep knowledge and love of the church.

Interim Organist

Dr. Dan Hardin

A native of North Carolina, Dr. Hardin holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in organ performance and literature from the Eastman School of Music, where he served as a teaching assistant and as assistant organist to his professor, David Craighead at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Additionally, he holds masters degrees in organ and library science from Northwestern University and Clark Atlanta University, respectively. With Dr. N. Lee Orr, Dr. Hardin co-authored Music in Nineteenth-Century America: A Guide to the Sources published by Scarecrow Press, in 1999. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Miami chapter of the American Guild of Organists and is a past Dean of the Ft. Lauderdale chapter. Dr. Hardin recently retired from Florida International University, where he came in 2000 as its first Music Librarian. He retired in 2015 from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, where he was for 14 years the Organist and Choir Director.


Roberto Soto

  October 2020  
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