Guiding Saint Bridget School with faith, hope, and love.
Msgr. William H. Carr
George F. Sadler
Monsignor William H. Carr
Our pastor began his priestly ministry in this parish shortly after his ordination to the priesthood at Sacred Heart Cathedral in 1969. He founded Holy Spirit Parish in Virginia Beach in 1975, subsequently serving as pastor of St. Augustine Parish in Richmond from 1983 to 1993. Father Carr then served as pastor of St. Bede Parish in Williamsburg until 2005 when he returned here as pastor.
He has severed in numerous capacities in the Diocese of Richmond and was elevated to the rank of Reverend Monsignor by His Holiness Blessed Pope John Paul II in 2002.
George Sadler served as Assistant Principal of Saint Bridget School for three years prior to becoming Principal in July 2015. A lifelong resident of the Richmond area, he is a graduate of J.R. Tucker High School. He attended Concord College where he received a Bachelors of Science Degree in Music Education. Additionally, he completed a Master of Education Degree with an endorsement in educational leadership from the University of Virginia in 2003.
Mr. Sadler has served as a teacher and administrator in the Hanover County Public School system for 32 years. His experience includes 23 years of direct classroom instruction on the elementary and secondary levels. His administrative experience includes serving as assistant principal and principal of Hanover High School. This is Mr. Sadler’s fourth year at Saint Bridget and he enjoys serving the students and teachers of Saint Bridget School.
George is married to Isabelle Sadler, his wife of 35 years. They have two grown children and one grandchild. George and Isabelle enjoy being members of the Saint Bridget parish community.
Mrs. Ross has joined our community here at Saint Bridget School as Assistant Principal. She has public and private school experiences as a kindergarten teacher, fourth and fifth teacher, Reading Recovery teacher, Reading Specialist, and Assistant Principal. She holds a B. S. Degree in Elementary Education, a Master’s Degree in Reading, and an Administrative Degree.
Mrs. Ross enjoys reading, horseback riding, cycling, and hiking. She lives in Williamsburg, Virginia with her husband, George. Her sons and grandchildren also live in Williamsburg.