Staff Bio Page



Maggie Coleman

Maggie Coleman is our Administrative Assistant at Resurrection Monday through Thursday. She can be reached between the hours of 9:00AM and 4:30 PM.

Jason Deramo

Jason currently is a religion teacher & campus minister at Cardinal Spellman High School in Brockton.  Prior to coming to Resurrection, Jason was the youth minister for St. Mary’s Parish in Dedham for over 7 years.  He has also spent some time in the seminary  studying for the priesthood.  Jason leads many diocesan retreats and has also spoken at national youth ministry training events.  He is a graduate of Boston College. Jason has a God given desire to work with the youth of our parish, and to lead them to a deeper relationship with Christ!

Michelle Guerrero

Michelle Guerrero answers the phones and does accounting work on Wednesdays. Michelle and her husband Joe live in Hingham with their two sons. She can be reached on Wednesdays from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

Mickayla Hagar

Mickayla Hagar is the Collaborative Teen Coordinator for Saint Paul’s and The Resurrection! She is new to Hingham but is really excited for the opportunity to work along side the parish staff as we strive to further the kingdom of God here in our parish! Mickayla originally from Maine and received degrees in Theology and Catechetics with a Concentration in Youth Ministry from Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH. Her role within the parish is to walk with and guide the high school youth as they try to understand the beautiful truths about our faith and strive after holiness. Pray for Mickayla and our youth as they courageously walk forward on their journey towards deeper communion with Christ.

Terri Dasco

Terri is the Director of Religious Ed (GRADES 1-6) at Resurrection Parish. Terri has been involved in Religious Education for 10 years. She is married with 4 kids of her own. Being able to teach and lead young people is her passion, and we are very grateful for her wonderful service to the children at Resurrection!

Adam Trudel

Adam Trudel has been with us since May, 2012, after working in the Diocese of Providence for 7 years. Besides providing us with music at mass, Adam directs the choir, runs the weekend PowerPoint presentation, and manages this web-site. Outside of Resurrection Parish, Adam teaches music in Northborough, is a member of Catholic Campus Ministry, where he is staffed at UMASS Dartmouth. He directs music for Dartmouth Lifeteen, and is the Musical Director for Bryant University’s Players. Adam is very blessed to be a part of such a wonderful community and wishes to thank God for his talents, Father Nestor and staff, his wife, Celeste, and their son, Nikolai.


Father Tom Nestor


Father Nestor is the Pastor of both Resurrection and St. Paul’s in Hingham, MA. Fr. Nestor came from St. Eulalia's in Winchester where he had served previously for 17 years. In addition, he currently serves an an adjunct faculty member at Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary.


Elizabeth Reardon


Elizabeth Reardon is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago, pastoral associate, presenter, radio show host and facilitator for the Catholic Church.  Her  introduction into the world of lay ministry began, as does for many, as a catechist of the faith for her own three children.  With a heart for connecting the faith to the work of justice and reconciliation in our communities, her hope is for people to become captivated with the “more” that our faith offers. Her writing, at Theology is a Verb,  is an invitation to seek and create space for God in the midst of the busyness of everyday life.

Father Sinisa Ubiparipovic

Born in Bosnia, but raised in Lynne, MA , Fr. Sinisa studied at Bentley College before entering St. John’s Seminary, from which he was ordained in 2015. He is a vibrant young priest  who has a passion for engaging the youth in their faith. On vocations he  would add, "Pursuing Christ fully in the vocation of the priesthood is fully worthwhile," he said. "The world needs a generation of young men who are virile and strong and willing to take a stand for Christ." (Boston Pilot 4/17/2015)


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