117 NE 3rd Avenue - Canby, OR
Welcome home - there's a place here for you too
Finding the "right church" can feel overwhelming. Catholic, Protestant, or other - we do have choices. We too were looking, and so may we offer to you what we were looking for and then found at Holy Trinity?
We are not the same people we used to be, God is slowly changing us for the better. Are we done yet, no - but we know where we are going, and so we invite you to come along too. Welcome home, you'll be glad you came. Blessings on your journey.
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 sacred traditions of the first eight centuries of the undivided Catholic Church.
"That which has been believed everywhere, always, and by all"
(St. Vincent of Lerins, c. 434)
We hope that you will join us to celebrate the Eucharist. We trust that you will feel welcomed.
According to the Nicene Creed, AD 325 & 381, 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 the modern form
7 pm Stations of the Cross
7:30 pm Discussion of last
Sunday's Scripture Verses Homily
~ Holy Week and Easter Service Times ~
Holy Thursday - April 2
7 pm Evening Mass -
Good Friday - April 3
3 pm Stations of the Cross -
7 pm Good Friday Evening Service
Holy Saturday - April 4
8 pm Easter Vigil Mass
Easter Sunday Morning April 5
10 am Mass
Reconciliation & Healing Rite: 1st Sat. Evening 5 pm
Next Healing Liturgy: May 2 , 2015
Women's Bible Study Discussion: Monday 10 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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