Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic Church

We live as disciples, within a culture of encounter with Jesus and others, to proclaim the Gospel,
celebrate the Sacraments, and effect change in the world.

Mass Times:  Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m., Saturday 4:30 p.m., Sunday: 7:00 a.m. and  10:00 a.m.

Sacrament of Reconciliation: Monday - Friday 7:30 - 7:50 a.m., Saturday 3:30 p.m. -  4:15 p.m., also by appointment

Parish Center Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Book Of Remembrance

There is a Book of Remembrance near the sanctuary at Holy Trinity during the month of November, and all are invited to share their deceased loved ones’ names for us to pray for all of them. Please include all of your beloved deceased, whether recently passed or deceased long ago. You’re welcome to share memories or prayers. And we’ll pray a special series of prayers at each Mass in both parishes during the month of November for our deceased loved ones. You can add information to the Book of Remembrance before or after each Mass or during the weekdays when our churches are open for prayer and meditation.

 

National Vocations Awareness Week
November 4th -10th!

As Catholics, we firmly believe that God has a plan for our lives! He calls some to marriage, some to the priesthood or Diaconate, and others to religious life. Some also remain holy, single people. Fully living our own vocations, and teaching young people how to discern God's call, is a serious duty. It can also be a joyful one.

Today begins National Vocation Awareness Week. During this week, please pray about how God is calling you to live your vocation more deeply. Also, encourage the young people in your life {children, grandchildren, students, and friends} to be open if God calls them to a consecrated life.

 

Giving Tree Begins November 17

Remember last year when all those presents were under the trees at our churches? We’ll do it again this year, to benefit multiple families and Catholic Charities recipients . You can select tags from our Giving Trees beginning November 17 and bring your presents to the churches through December 16. Watch the bulletin for more information.

Thanksgiving Feast With Friends Dinner
at Historic St. Patrick

Don’t eat alone on Thanksgiving Day! If you don’t have family to join on the holiday, you’re welcome to join some of your church family for Thanksgiving dinner on November 22. Turkey will be provided. Just bring your favorite dish to share. We’ll gather between 2 and 3 pm and serve dinner at 3 pm.

For more information, call Donna or Susie at the parish offices.

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Come Join us for an amazing journey as we encounter the Holy Spirit in a fresh new way!

These new 4-week EQUIP Groups will consist of 10 members each

and focus on learning more about and experiencing the

'The Wild Goose', an ancient celtic term for the Holy Spirit.

Option 1: Monday Evening Oct 29th, Nov 5th, 12th and 19th from 6:30-8:15pm

at Historic St Patrick Parish Hall (click here to register)

Option 2: Tuesday Morning Oct 30th, Nov 6th, 13th, and 2oth from 8:45-10:30am

at Holy Trinity Parish Center (click here to register)

Youth Group

Our next meeting is Sunday, November 25th
at the St. Pat’s Parish Hall from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
We will provide the meal and snack.

All teens are invited!
We will be using Sign-up Genius to sign up for our meals this year. There are only 11 meals to sign-up for the whole year! We ask that you prayerfully consider signing up for these slots. The meals can be simple - a pasta dinner with a simple dessert, mac and cheese, hot dogs, sloppy joe's. There are two slots available for each date - a meal and a snack/dessert.

For more information, Contact Rich Kato @ rwkato@att.net or online at either of the Parish Websites!

Our Vision

We are a Catholic community of intentional disciples in love with Jesus, inviting everyone to experience the joy of the Gospel. We commit to worship, to grow, to serve, to connect, and to give.