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!
JUBILEE YEAR OF MERCY
December 8, 2015 - November 20, 2016
The "Jubilee of Mercy" commenced with the opening of the Holy Door in St. Peter’s (Rome) on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, December 8, 2015 (50th Anniversary of the closing of the Second Vatican Council), and will conclude on November 20, 2016 with the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. The doors of every Cathedral in the world will be opened and designated "Doors of Mercy" during this year and even the doors of parish churches will be blessed as symbolic reminders that all the faithful are offered an "extraordinary pathway to salvation" through the Church. During the Jubilee, the Sunday readings for Ordinary Time will be taken from the Gospel of Luke, the one referred to as "the evangelist of mercy". There are many well-known parables of mercy presented in the Gospel of Luke: the lost sheep, the lost coin, the merciful father. The Holy Year is always an opportunity to deepen one’s faith and to live with a renewed commitment to Christian witness. With the Jubilee of Mercy, Pope Francis focuses attention upon the merciful God who invites all men and women to return to Him.
Question of the Week
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Reading I Habakkuk 1.2–3; 2:2–4 (Habakkuk’s complaint)
Reading II 2 Timothy 1.6–8, 13–14 (exhortation to faithfulness)
Gospel Luke 17.5–10 (sayings on the requirements of faith)
Key Passage: Jesus said, “So you also, when you have done all that you were ordered to do, say, ‘We are worthless slaves; we have done only what we ought to have done!’” (Luke 17.10)
Adult: When have you done more than was required of you in the service of others?
Child: When have you done something extra for someone in your family without being asked? What did you learn from this?
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!