Diana Moyet-Trerotola has over thirty years of experience serving in various ministries in the Church to include teaching Bible study series, youth ministries, religious education, and Lay Speaker. She earned a Masters of Theology from Holy Apostles Seminary, Cromwell, Connecticut, graduating Summa Cum Laude, with a concentration in Sacred Scripture and Dogma. She also has a Master of Business Administration from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, and a Bachelor of Arts, Rhetoric and Public Address, from St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York. In 2020, Diana completed one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) as a Chaplain Intern at Christiana Care Health System (CCHS), Newark, Delaware, responsible for providing emotional and spiritual support to patients in varying health conditions, their families, and staff, based on the assessment of their needs. She is currently serving as a Chaplain Resident at CCHS to complete the remaining three CPE requirements for Chaplain Certification.
Diana is founder and Ministry Director of Women’s Walk of Faith Ministries, Inc., a non-profit based organization established in 2009, which offers a forum where women of all Christian denominations can assimilate, socialize and educate through shared life experiences, offering testament to our Christian faith through stories told by women who have experienced a renewed or strengthened faith following personal hardship or tragedy. As Ministry Director, Diana developed “A Faithful Journey,” a one-day full service lady’s reflection retreat, which include the following faith talks: “Opening Our Hearts to Faith”; “The Faithful Woman”; “Faith Within”; “A Gift of Faith”; “Letting Go With Faith”; and “A Faithful Journey.” Diana also served as the former Director of Religious Education (DRE) at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Elk River, Minnesota. As a parishioner of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Bear, Delaware, she actively supports the Parish’s Religious Education program. Diana is also a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Middletown, Delaware, where she is a member of the Parish’s Adult Faith Formation Committee. Diana was recently selected to serve a four-year term on the Board of Religious Education for the Diocese of Wilmington.
Diana’s spiritual journey began as a teenager while attending St. Gerard Majella Catholic Church, Hollis, New York, when she joined the “Movimiento de Jornadas de Vida Cristiana,” a Hispanic Catholic youth group movement sponsored by the Diocese of Brooklyn, the youth version of the adult Cursillo. She subsequently became a Youth Group Leader for the parish and served as a Retreat Leader/Speaker for the Jornada weekend retreats. She also joined the leadership team for the “Sons and Daughters Encounter,” another Catholic sponsored youth retreat program. As a young adult and continuing into adulthood, Diana served as a Eucharist Minister, Lecturer, and Catechist for various Catholic parishes.
Diana’s spiritual speaking engagements and adult faith formation experience include, Guest Speaker for the Mom’s Club at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Triangle, Virginia; R.C.I.A. Speaker on “Images of God” and “The Nicene Creed” at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Coral Springs, Florida; “Men and Women of the Bible” Lenten Bible Study at St. Gabriel Catholic Church, Pompano Beach, Florida; Retreat Guest Speaker on “Building a Successful Marriage: Understanding & Praying for your Husband” at “Rejoice 2003” an annual women’s conference at All Saints Catholic Church, Sunrise, Florida; leading a community Bible Study program on “Women of the Bible” at the Nocatee community in Jacksonville, Florida; and presenting “A Reflection of the Beatitudes during Advent Season” at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Bear, Delaware. Diana is a spiritual and Christian writer, developing many of the talks and Bible Studies she has presented. An article she wrote, “What Happens When Seasons Change” was published in the newspaper publication of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Jacksonville, Florida. Diana is also the founder and facilitator of a Social Media based-originated networking group, “MOT (Middletown, Odessa, and Townsend) Ladies of Faith,” with the purpose of bringing ladies of faith of different denominations together for fellowship, faith formation, and community support. During the Covid-19 shelter-in-place restrictions, Diana developed a series of Social Media spiritual video reflections and Bible Studies for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, her ministry, and the MOT community. Her youth faith formation experience includes researching, developing and implementing a new vision for the 2016-2017 Faith Formation Children’s Program titled, “Learning and Living Faith as a Family” at St. Andrew Catholic Church, Elk River Minnesota. This included designing an in-depth curriculum with an emphasis on active family engagement through sessions, activities and home-based discussions and instituting assessments to ensure an understanding of the curriculum learning points, all in conformity with the Diocese of St. Cloud Faith Formation standards and vision.
Diana is a retired 20-year career Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation who served in various investigative assignments and management roles.