Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Our mission: Make Christ known to the world through Word, Sacrament, Prayer and Service. Our vision: is to be a welcoming parish committed to serving others.

Holy Trinity Sunday

June 6/7 is the Feast of the Holy Trinity. Weekend Masses have a limited number of seats. Click on the link below to learn more and reserve a Mass time for June 6/7. Reservations for weekday Masses has been eliminated.

Make a Weekend Mass Time Reservation

The Bulletin for June 7, 2020 is Online

Part of the "new normal" is there is no Bulletin handed out at Mass. An electronic version of the Bulletin is provided each week in our web pages. Father Mike provides his weekly Pastor's Message and Bob White provides his thoughtful contributions in the Stewardship Corner. A saint of the week is featured. It's just like the bulletin without the ads.

Read the Bulletin Online

Finding and Living Peace

2020 is not yet half over but it has presented us with a few large challenges. We receive the Peace of Christ when we celebrate the Eucharist. It is up to us to share that peace with others. We cannot merely listen to the Scriptures each week. We must live the Scriptures. Yes, it is hard. As we recently read in the Acts of the Apostles, they had it hard. Because of their endurance and commitment, we have the faith. Let them know we are Christian by our love.

Read the Pastor"s Weekly Message

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2 Beautiful Songs by Our Parishioners

We are fortunate to have many talented people in our parish. Among the talented people are 3 musicians, Sue and Anne (9 am Mass) and Mel (7 am Mass). Before the pandemic, they produced 2 wonderful songs. They were working on a few more but, sadly, the stay-at-home order prevented them from rehearsing. There will be no choir during Mass for the near future. Please enjoy their 2 orginal songs.

Listen to the Songs

Bishop Larry Announces the Reopening of Churches

Bishop Larry announced that we will be able to celebrate the Eucharist again starting on the weekend on May 30/31 - Pentecost Sunday, with guidelines and requirements. All of the parishes are different in size and demographics. Please read the Bishop's letter and his guidelines by clicking on the link below.

Read the Bishop's Announcement

Livestream Masses Still Availble

On Pentecost we once again assembled to celebrate the Eucharist and fellowship. Some people are not ready to rejoin the group at this time. There are many opportunities every day, when you can watch a celebration of the Mass. Yes, it's not the same but it keeps us in touch with our faith. Bishop Larry will continue to livestream Sunday Masses until June 30. Bishop Barron's Daily Mass ended on Pentecost Sunday.

Livestreaming and Recorded Mass Links
Daily Masses
Mon

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30 in the gym. No reservation is required for weekday Masses.

06:00 PM
Tues

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30 in the gym. No reservation is required for weekday Masses.

09:00 AM
Wed

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30 in the gym. No reservation is required for weekday Masses.

06:00 PM
Fri

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30 in the gym. No reservation is required for weekday Masses.

10:00 AM
Weekend Masses
Sat

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30. All seats are reserved in advance via our reservation system.

04:30 PM
Sun

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30. All seats are reserved in advance via our reservation system.

08:00 AM
Sun

Masses restart at Holy Trinity on May 30. All seats are reserved in advance via our reservation system.

10:30 AM
Reconciliation/Confession
Sat

Confessions suspended through until further notice. No Confessions in Church or in homes. Appointments for Confessions can be made with Fr Mike but only in dire situations and at the discretion of Fr. Mike.

03:45 PM