Following Christ’s example, we are striving to grow spiritually through worship, lifelong formation/education and service. We are dedicated to building a loving, caring faith community, sharing our gifts with all God’s people. In achieving our mission, we value prayer, reconciliation, participation, inclusion, outreach, stewardship and respect for each person.

Mass Times

Saturday Mass
5:00 PM (Nursery available)
RECONCILIATION 4:00 PM each Saturday

Sunday Masses
8:30 AM
11:00 AM (Nursery available)
6:30 PM

8:15 AM Mass

5:00 PM Mass

For Holy Days, please call the parish office (502) 897-5207

Pope's Monthly Prayer Intention

Click here to be taken to a YouTube video of Pope Francis announcing his prayer intention for this month.
Join Pope Francis in praying his October prayer intention:
This month the pope asks us to pray that consecrated religious men and women may bestir themselves, and be present among the poor, the marginalized, and those who have no voice.

Bible Studies

Did you know that Holy Trinity Parish hosts 6 Bible Study opportunities each week?  Click here for details and start dates.  All are welcome to attend any of these studies.

Olive Branch Divorce Ministry

Holy Trinity’s Olive Branch Divorce Ministry invites you to join them, Thursday, November 8th at  Holy Trinity’s Clifton Campus, 2117 Payne Street, 40206, for an one evening workshop entitled Learning the Truth of Marriage, Divorce & the Catholic Church.  A Meet & Greet will begin at 6:45 PM and the program will begin at 7 PM.

Presented by Fr. Paul Beach, JCL, Judicial Vicar, Archdiocese of Louisville and Pastor of St. Martin of Tours parish.

To attend the session, please RSVP to the Holy Trinity Parish Office at (502) 897-5207 or mgandolfo@htparish.org by November 5th.  The session is free, confidential and open to everyone!


Holy Trinity Parish has a gift for you and your family: a subscription to Formed.org!   Formed provides access to amazing Catholic content that can enable you to grow and enliven your faith 24/7.  You will have free access to:

  • A brief video reflection on the Sunday readings each week
  • Catholic movies and documentaries
  • Podcasts, eBooks, Lighthouse CD talks
  • Content for Families and Children
  • Marriage enrichment
  • Video-based study programs
  • and much more!

It’s free and easy to sign up. Click here to be taken to the registration page.

A Note from the Pastor

Dear parishioners,

In response to the crisis that has engulfed the church this year, as pastor I have addressed this in the weekend homily on two occasions, inviting the whole church to engage in needed renewal.  Together we seek the next right step forward.  We have been encouraged to begin with prayer and fasting as a way to encourage solidarity with victims and with one another as we work for renewal in our beloved Church.

On Tuesday, September 12, we had a meeting of the ministry leaders in our parish to share our thoughts and take our next right step.  Our sharing was heartfelt.  One next step is to provide resources to parishioners that will assist us in listening to the concerns of others, and to have reliable information to share.  Please see the links provided below.  As St. Peter wrote in his epistle, “Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope.”  (1 Pet 3:15)

Archbishop Kurtz has dedicated Friday, October 5, as a day of prayer and fasting for the Archdiocese of Louisville. Holy Trinity parish hosts Eucharistic Adoration each 1st Friday of the month.  All parishioners are invited to join in prayer and fasting each 1st Friday of the month and ask the Lord to purify and heal the Church, and bring needed hope to the world.

Peace and all blessings,

Fr. Bill


Further resources:

Bishop Barron Video Message

Safe Environment Program