Holy Trinity is a parish  where a genuine love of the Lord is alive and well.  Our faith family is ready and eager to welcome you and your family with open arms.  As Catholic Christians we seek to proclaim, celebrate, and live our faith joyfully and to express our love for Christ in works of charity. 

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Glory Be To The Father, And To The Son, And To The Holy Spirit, As It Was In The Beginning, Is Now, And Will Be Forever.  Amen! 


 Question of the Week

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Promise of Eternal Life


Reading I        Proverbs 9:1–6 (forsake foolishness)

Reading II       Ephesians 5:15–20 (sing praise to the Lord)

Gospel             John 6:51–58 (discourse on the bread of life, continued)

Key Passage    Jesus said, “Those who eat my flesh and drink my blood have eternal life, and I will raise them up on the last day.” (John 6:54)

Adult   How does Jesus’ promise of eternal life affect the way you live today?

Child   How often do you think about heaven? Does it make a difference in the choices you make?


Question of the Week

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time

Christian Marriage


Reading I        Joshua 24:1–2a, 15–17, 18b (reminder of the divine goodness)

Reading II       Ephesians 4:32 -5:1-2, 21–32 (Christian wives and husbands)

Gospel             John 6:60–69 (effect of the bread of life discourse)

Key Passage    This is a great mystery, and I am applying it to Christ and the church. Each of you, however, should love his wife as himself, and a wife should respect her husband. (Ephesians 5:32–33)

Adult   In what way has the example of Christian marriage (your own or that of another couple) helped you understand the relationship between Christ and his church?

Child   What can you do for your family to show them Jesus’ love and care?


Question of the Week

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Doers of the Word

Reading I        Deuteronomy 4:1–2, 6–8 (advantages of fidelity)

Reading II       James 1:17–18, 21–22, 27 (response to God’s gift)

Gospel            Mark 7:1–8, 14–15, 21–23 (Jesus and the Pharisees)

Key Passage    Welcome with meekness the implanted word that has the power to save your souls. But be doers of the word, and not merely hearers who deceive themselves. (James 1:21–22)

Adult   Which words of Jesus provide the most inspiration for the Christian work that you do?

Child   How do you welcome the words of Jesus into your heart?