News & Events
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 We've made great strides with our weekly offering here at Holy Trinity the last few weeks.  We need to make sure we continue to try to keep our collection around $8,000 each week.  During this trying time with the Corona virus, please remember you can still mail your weekly offering to the Parish Office, drop off to the Parish Office (there is a mail slot at the Drex Avenue Parish Door), or sign up to give through Electronic Giving.  If you need help signing up with Electronic Giving, call the Parish Office.  THANK YOU to those who have stepped up and given more than their normal weekly offering to help keep the collection up during this time with so few attending Mass.  We still need everyone's continued help to keep the parish viable.  If the parish can sustain an average of $8,000 a week, anything over that will go towards having a savings to take care of anything that might come up in the parish outside of regular operating costs.  Once again, thank you to all who continue to support Holy Trinity Parish.

 

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The Parish Office is open again Monday thru Thursday 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM.  Masses have resumed at the following times; Sunday at 9:00 AM, Monday and Thursday at 7:45AM. Confession is by appointment only.  Please call the Parish Office.  ALL Masses will be celebrated in Church until further notice.  Thank you to all who continue to support Holy Trinity Parish!!!

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Ash Wednesday is February 17.  Mass at Holy Trinity will be at 7:00 PM and at Nativity at 8:15 AM.  

Holy Trinity will be hosting a Lenten evening  prayer service including Exposition and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, recitation of the rosary, gospel reading and reflection.   The date is Monday, February 22 from 7 to 8 p.m. in Holy Trinity Church.

The Lenten season begins with Ash Wednesday is a day of abstinence from meat and also a day of fast, that is, limited to a single full meal.  The Fridays of Lent are also days of abstinence from meat.  The law of abstinence is intended for all Catholics 14 years and older; while fasting is intended for those between the ages of 18 and 59.  The teaching of the Church is that failure to observe an individual day of penance is not considered seriously wrong.  However, the obligation to observe some form of penance is a serious one and should not be ignored.  People  should be encouraged to do more rather than less.  Fast and abstinence on the days prescribe should be considered a minimum response to the Lords’ call to penance and conversion.