Father John Fallon has been the pastor of Prince of Peace Catholic Church since 1998. Under his leadership, the school and parish have grown to be among the largest in the state. Father Fallon has helped our faith community focus on four pillars of stewardship: Prayer, Formation, Hospitality and Service. As the city of Hoover has grown, he has also invited the Catholic Hispanic community to join Prince of Peace. Members of the Hispanic community celebrate Mass and Sunday school in Spanish each week.
Connie Angstadt is a graduate of East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Special Education. She is certified to teach ages birth through twenty-one years. At Samford University, she received a Master of Education in School Administration. Growing up in Clarks Green, Pennsylvania, she attended Our Lady of Peace Catholic School. Previous professional experience includes teaching middle school students at Friendship House Day Treatment Center where she also worked as a psycho-education specialist. At Haverford High School in Philadelphia, Mrs. Angstadt created and implemented a work study program for her students. At Highland Park School in New Jersey, she taught middle school and assisted in school curriculum development.
Despite numerous family relocations, she continued to exhibit her passion for continuing her education by taking courses at schools such as Villanova and St. Joseph’s University. Upon moving to Alabama, she worked at the Early Intervention Center for Infants and Toddlers in Jasper. In Birmingham, she taught preschool for five years at Hunter Street Baptist Church, then served as the Director of Preschool at Bluff Park Methodist Church. In 2000, she opened Adventure Ark Playschool and Prince of Peace Catholic School. For over a decade, through her role as principal, she has dedicated herself to implementing her school vision and to continuing school growth to meet the ever-evolving needs of the community. She and her family have been active members of the Prince of Peace Church community for nearly twenty years.
Director of Formation
Megan Everett joined Prince of Peace in 2007 as the Director of Formation. She is a graduate of Indiana University with a Bachelor’s in Education and a Master’s of Adult Education. She also holds a Master’s in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University. Currently Megan is pursuing a Master’s of Divinity, also from Loyola. Whether teaching Baptism Preparation, working with members of the Minus One Group, or serving as a Eucharistic Minister, Megan is inspired to share her passion about the love of Jesus with people of all ages. She enjoys the heartfelt discussions that come with her position and regularly integrates different types of media into her message to boost conversation.