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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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Festival is cancelled

In cooperation with the State of Ohio and following the guidelines of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati around large public gatherings, in consultation with the chairs and festival committee members, Holy Trinity is cancelling its annual parish festival this summer. This will be a lean year for the parish budget, making sustained giving and parish growth a high priority. However, thanks to the generosity of many giving sacrificially during this time along with further reduction in expenses, the parish is able to move forward without the festival income for the time being. We can look forward to getting together a little later in the summer at the parish picnic in August.


 

Temporary changes to the parish schedule

Due to ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19 and continuing concern for safety, the following temporary changes are being made to the parish schedule.

First Friday and First Saturday in the month of July are July 3rd & 4th. There will be no Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament or communal Rosary that weekend, either.

Monthly devotions will resume in August, First Friday (August 7) and First Saturday (August 1). There will be an additional Mass at 7:45am followed by communal Rosary on Saturday, August 15th for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary even though it is not obligatory this year.

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The Parish Office is open again Monday thru Thursday 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM.  Masses have resumed at normal times; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday at 7:45AM, Saturday at 4:30PM and Sunday at 10:00AM. 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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With the ongoing concern about a rising number of COVID cases in certain parts of Ohio, Governor DeWine has ordered that masks be worn in all non-residential indoor spaces in Hamilton, Butler, and Montgomery counties. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has informed all pastors that parishes in these counties will comply with the governor’s order. Therefore, all those attending Mass or visiting the parish office must wear a mask until further notice. The order does not apply to children under the age of 10 or any other minor who cannot safely wear a face covering. 

Just a reminder that throughout the state the obligation to attend Sunday Mass is still temporarily suspended by the Catholic bishops of Ohio until further notice.

On the subject of Mass attendance, with the activation of the Holy Trinity-Nativity pastoral region, given that two parishes are sharing a single priest, it is necessary to change the Mass schedule at both places. Your input is needed to help me make the best decision possible. Please go to the Holy Trinity website at the bottom of the Home page under Quick Links and follow the link Mass Time Survey to an online survey. The link is also in the weekly email newsletter. Please complete only one survey per household.

Transitions are rarely easy and change during this time when so much of what we know is different has been difficult for many. What better time to remember that our God is unchanging, always present, always loving and rich in mercy. Let us pray for an end to this pandemic and for health and healing for all those in need.

In Christ through Mary and Joseph,

Father Eric