HOLY TRINITY PARISH WELCOMES YOU!
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.
May you find our website a helpful introduction to our parish and its various ministries and services. Please feel free to contact us, or better yet, come and share our prayer and worship!
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
THURSDAY OF THE LORD'S SUPPER
Called to Serve
Reading I Exodus 12:1–8, 11–14 (the Passover ritual prescribed)
Reading II 1 Corinthians 11:23–26 (the Lord’s Supper)
Gospel John 13:1–15 (the washing of the feet)
Key Passage: Jesus said, “If I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have set you an example, that you also should do as I have done to you.” (John 13:14–15)
Adult: What is the most difficult thing you have done as a service to another person?
Child: What is the hardest thing you have ever done for another person who needed your help?
FRIDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD
Perfection Through Suffering
Reading I Isaiah 52:13—53:12 (suffering and triumph of the servant of the Lord)
Reading II Hebrews 4:14–16; 5:7–9 (Jesus, compassionate high priest)
Gospel John 18:1—19:42 (the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ)
Key Passage: When you make his life an offering for sin, he shall see his offspring, and shall prolong his days; through him the will of the Lord shall prosper. (Isaiah 53:10)
Adult: Can you say that you have grown through your experiences of physical or emotional suffering? Why or why not?
Child: How can the story of Jesus’ suffering make it easier for you to face something painful or uncomfortable?
THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD AT THE EASTER VIGIL IN THE HOLY NIGHT
New Life in Christ
Reading I Genesis 1:1—2:2 (first story of creation)
Reading II Genesis 22:1–18 (the testing of Abraham)
Reading III Exodus 14:15-31; 15:20, 1 (crossing of the Red Sea and destruction of the Egyptians)
Reading IV Isaiah 54:5–14 (the new Zion)
Reading V Isaiah 55:1–11 (an invitation to grace)
Reading VI Baruch 3:9–15, 32—4:4 (wisdom prayer in the Law of Moses)
Reading VII Ezekiel 36:16–17a, 18–28 (regeneration of the people)
Epistle Romans 6:3–11 (death to sin, life in God)
Gospel Luke 24:1–12 (the women at the tomb)
Key Passage: Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. (Romans 6:4)
Adult: What benefits has the new life of baptism brought to your life?
Child: If someone who was not a Christian asked you what difference it makes to be baptized, what would you say?
THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD EASTER SUNDAY - THE MASS OF EASTER DAY
Made New by Christ
Reading I Acts 10:34a, 37–43 (Peter’s discourse)
Reading II Colossians 3:1–4 (mystical death and resurrection). Or 1 Corinthians 5:6b–8 (the yeast of sincerity and truth)
Gospel John 20:1–18 (Peter and the disciple at the tomb)
Key Passage: Clean out the old yeast so that you may be a new batch, as you really are unleavened. For our paschal lamb, Christ, has been sacrificed. (1 Corinthians 5:7)
Adult: What change could the hope of the resurrection of Christ inspire you to make?
Child: What bad habit would you like to “clear out” during the hopeful time of this Easter season?