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The Very Reverend Douglas Wm McCaleb began his tenure as Dean of Trinity Cathedral on January 1, 2006. He was elected as the third dean in the cathedral’s history, and came to the Diocese of Southeast Florida after serving for eleven years as rector of Christ Church, in Winchester, Virginia. A native of California, the Dean earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley in 1971 and did graduate work at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. He received a Master of Divinity degree from The General Theological Seminary in New York in 1987.
While in New York, Dean McCaleb served as an intern in both urban and suburban churches, as well as at a crisis shelter for teenagers. Following divinity school, he served churches in Virginia and Washington, D.C., including historic St. John’s, Lafayette Square. Before beginning his seminary studies, he served for three years as a lieutenant in the United States Coast Guard and seven years as a Foreign Affairs Officer with the United States Department of Commerce.
Since his arrival in Miami, the Dean has restructured the Cathedral Chapter, initiated a new vision and mission statement, and expanded the staff to face the many challenges of being an urban cathedral in the 21st century. Significantly, the Dean and Chapter have had to address substantial damage to Trinity from Hurricane Wilma while at the same time seeking to expand and enhance the Cathedral’s ministries.
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Mother Busto was born in Havana, Cuba, and was ordained to the priesthood here at Trinity in May 2014. For the past two years, she has served as Assistant Rector at St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Coral Gables. Her ministry has been focused on Adult Formation and Pastoral Care, along with sharing in the general priestly work of preaching and leading worship. Prior to entering ordained ministry, she worked as a lawyer for over 30 years, including serving as Chancellor for the Diocese of Southeast Florida for nine years, and presently serves as Procedural Officer for Title IV in this Diocese. Mother Busto earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1978 from Florida International University, a Juris Doctor in 1981 from Columbia Law School, and a Master of Divinity in 2013 from General Theological Seminary. She is married to William Jennings and has three children and eight grandchildren.
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.
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Matthew Steynor, a native of Britain, has been at Trinity Cathedral since 2007. As Director of Music he directs and accompanies the Cathedral Choir, as well the Anglican Chorale of Southeast Florida, which he co-founded. A frequent solo recitalist, Mr Steynor is well-known for his organ transcriptions on Trinity's versatile instrument. He has played all the major instruments in the area in solo recitals, liturgies, conventions and workshops for organizations such as the Church Music Association of America and the American Guild of Organists.
He is a graduate of Cambridge University (U.K.), where he earned a Master of Arts degree and a Postgraduate Certificate of Education. He was an organ scholar at Queens’ College, where he was jointly responsible for the music in the college chapel for three years. Prior to coming to Trinity Cathedral Mr Steynor worked at Great St Mary's in Cambridge, UK, St Thomas Episcopal Parish in Coral Gables, FL and Christ Church Cathedral in Nassau, Bahamas. He was recently honored with the "Spirit of Absalom Jones Award" from the Miami Chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians.
In addition to his duties at Trinity Cathedral, he has also performed (as organist) with the New World Symphony, Seraphic Fire, the Miami Bach Society, Symphony of the Americas and the Miami Symphony Orchestra. He has performed in many US states and countries; notable venues include the New World Center, Washington National Cathedral and a solo recital at St Paul’s Cathedral in London.
He teaches organ at the New World School of the Arts, and occasionally works with the vocal students including an appointment as their interim choir director in 2014. He has been heard on the nationally syndicated Minnesota Public Radio show Pipedreams, and in 2008 was one of fifty choirmasters selected to participate in BBC Music Magazine’s worldwide “Fifty Greatest Carols” survey.
Jim began attending the Cathedral in Fall 2003 and was received into the Episcopal Church at Trinity in April 2005. He serves as a member of the Miami Guild of Change Ringers. In 2006 he was elected Cathedral Treasurer and has held this office ever since. Jim currently is serving his second term on the Cathedral Chapter and also serves as a Delegate to the Diocesan Convention. In 2008, the Dean appointed him to the role of Clerk-of-the-Works, a position that dates from the Middle Ages, and by which he has the responsibility for the recertification and restoration of the cathedral.
Jim is self-employed as an owner-manager in both a financial consulting firm and a property investment company. Prior to moving to Miami Beach in 2003 from Washington DC, he worked for Philadelphia-based Devon Direct Marketing & Advertising where he was VP for Client Management heading up account services, marketing services and production management. As a VP for Direct Marketing Manager at Mellon Bank Corp during his time back in Pittsburgh, PA, his family home, Jim's team was responsible for Mellon's retail bank, private bank and credit card direct marketing. After graduating from Penn State University with a BS in Finance he spent a number of years first with Macy's Sales Support divisions, which later led him to Lord & Taylor in NYC to work in its Sales Promotion-Catalog & Direct Marketing Department. Jim is still very active with the non-profit organization American Field Service (AFS). He led the effort to create the organization's all-volunteer based AFS Florida Area Team and subsequently local Chapters around the state, where annually more than 15 international high school students are hosted here and over 20 Florida high school students are sent abroad.
He remains one of the Dean’s primary financial and operational advisors, overseeing much of the day-to-day management of the Cathedral. His work in restoring and preserving the Cathedral has won him the respect of the entire Diocese, and he was installed as an Honorary Canon of the cathedral in May 2013.
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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. Erick brings to the Cathedral a strong sense of organization and attention to detail, coupled with a deep knowledge and love of the church.