Looking For An Authentic Encounter With God?
~ Come and see that the
Lord is good ~
Would you like to receive the Sacraments in the
historical tradition of the early church in accordance with the
Nicene Creed, which is our only confession of faith?
St. Benedict said it well,
"Treat every guest as if they were Jesus Christ."
Hence we at Holy Trinity hold true to living in the centrality and supremacy of the love of God and the traditions of the first eight centuries of the undivided Catholic Church.
We hope that you will join us to celebrate the Eucharist. We trust that you will feel welcomed. God loves you, and we really do care about you and your family's spiritual well-being. Hence the reason we believe, teach, and practice:
"That which has been believed everywhere, always, and by all"
(St. Vincent of Lerins, c. 434)
According to the Nicene Creed, all those who have been baptized into Christ are welcome to participate in Holy Communion.
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No, the Mass is not in Latin, only English, and it is in modern form
Holy Week Schedule
Holy Thursday 7 pm
Good Friday Stations of the Cross 2:30 pm and
Evening Liturgy of the Word and Adoration of the Cross 7 pm
Saturday Night Vigil 7:30 pm
Easter Sunday Mass 10:00 am
Refreshments after Mass
~ Wednesday Evenings ~
(Fall & Winter Schedule)
Soup Supper 6:00 pm
Adult & Children Classes 7:00 pm
Evening Prayers 7:40 pm
Reconciliation & Healing Rite: 1st Sat. Evening 5:oo pm
Next Healing Liturgy: May 3, 2014
Women's Bible Study Discussion: Monday 10:00 am
Counseling, Reconciliation, and Spiritual Direction
Sunday Homilies On Line
See Left Side Bar
Fr. Bruce Makowski's Homilies
Baptism & the Holy Eucharist
Weddings & Renewals
Marriage & Family Counseling
Funerals & Memorials
Let us know how we can help you.
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