Men's Group Annual Steak Dinner
Mark your calendar and make plans to join us on Wednesday evening, August 27, from 6:30 – 8:30 PM for our annual Men’s Group “Sizzlin’ Steak Dinner.”  We’ll be servin’ up a complete steak dinner along with some lively conversation and men's social hour. We welcome Fr. Chris Lubecke as our special guest speaker.  Fr. Chris will speak about his personal faith journey and the transformative powers of becoming a priest.  Appetizers and beverages will be offered along with a full steak dinner.
 
New Members and non-members alike are welcomed to attend!  Volunteers are always needed to help
prepare the feast.  (A $10 contribution is greatly appreciated to cover the cost of the dinner.)  Please RSVP to John Vidal (email john_vidal@b-f.com or call 819-7659), before Sunday, August 24, to reserve your seat and allow for enough food to be ordered.

 

 
 

 

G.I.F.T Catechists & Co-catechists Needed

Our GIFT program is seeking catechists and co-catechists.  Learn more about the commitment by contacting Therese Carroll-Caruso (897-5207 or tcarusco@htparish.org).  Training, resources, and support are promised.  The catechists are meeting this Wednesday, August 27, at 6:30 PM, in the Spiritual Life Center if you’d like to come and see what is involved.

 

New CLOW Leaders' Training
New volunteer leaders for Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) are reminded of our training this Thursday evening, August 28, at 6:00 P.M., in the Council Room.  You may want to park in the area normally reserved for handicapped parking since there will be a school event at 6:30 P.M.

 

Holy Trinity Women's Club Event
Join us for the next Holy Trinity Women’s Club event on September 4.  Father Mark Spalding and Father Chris Lubecke will dialogue with us about “Women, Catholic Faith and Today’s World” What does it mean to be a Catholic Women in Today’s World? We will reflect on Catholicism against the landscape of modern society, and particularly through the lens of a modern day woman.  We will gather at 7:00 PM, in the AFR’s.  RSVPs are appreciated so that we can send you reading material to complement our discussion. RSVP to lindleydanaw@gmail.com or 526-3460 or find our event page on Facebook.

 

G.I.F.T. Registration

GIFT, the Religious Education Program offered for students in grades 1-8 who attend public schools, private or Christian academies, will begin Sunday, September 7, at 9:45 AM, in the Commons.  Parents and students will attend together this first week in order to meet the catechists and review policies.  Please call Therese Carroll-Caruso or Renae Riley in the Religious Education Office (897-5207) with any questions.

 

Bible Study for Women

There will be a 8 week Catholic Bible study for women starting Wednesday, Sept 21, from 9:00 AM—11:00 AM, on “Mary’s unique role in God’s Kingdom and in our lives.”  This is a great opportunity to not only understand what Mary’s role should be in our lives, but to meet many other Catholic women who wish to know and understand Mary better.  The cost will be $35 per person, which includes all materials and will be held in the Spiritual Life Center (in the back of the parking lot).  For more information on the study, go to www.ascensionpress.com or contact kfehder@gmail.com.  Hope to see you there!!

 

St. Vincent dePaul Truck Weekend

PARISHIONERS-Get your Fall housecleaning started!!!

The St Vincent dePaul The donation truck will be at Holy Trinity on Saturday, September 13th, from 1:00  to 4:45 PM and on Sunday, the 14th, from 9:30 to 10:45 AM and 12:00 Noon to 3:00 PM.

 

Men of Faith
This group of men was formed to discuss topics on living in today’s world, while staying true to the Gospel message and our Catholic faith. They meet every 3rd Saturday, from 8:00 AM until 10:00 AM, in the Spiritual Life Center.  The next meeting will be on Saturday, September 6, 2014.  Please join us. Contact: Deacon Walt Jones (245-6051).
Lectio Divina
 
Fr. Chris would like to offer lectio divina (a way to reflect on and pray with the Scripture) on the Sunday readings at one of the following times beginning September 20/21: following the Saturday evening Mass, OR the Sunday 11 AM Mass, OR the Sunday 6:30 PM Mass.  If you would be interested in participating, please email your preference of day and time to Therese at tcaruso@htparish.org  The spot with the majority of requests will be scheduled.  Thank you, Fr. Chris, for this opportunity to be shaped more deeply by the Word of God!

 

Why Catholic?
Why Catholic? begins its final season this Fall.  This year Why Catholic? will focus on the moral and social teaching of the Catholic Church and will help you “walk the talk” as a Catholic Christian.  Watch the bulletin for more specifics about Why Catholic?, and remember, it is not necessary for you to have participated in past sessions in order to join a group. Small groups will begin meeting once a week for six weeks beginning in October.
 
Be open to God’s invitation.

 

New Opportunity Regarding Why Catholic?

New opportunity regarding Why Catholic?  You can participate in this season’s LIVE: Christian Morality online this year.  The online version will provide weekly readings and videos, as well as a discussion forum.  It is not necessary for you to have participated in past sessions in order to join a group. Small groups will begin meeting once a week for six weeks beginning in October.  Sign-up Sundays will be September 13 & 14 and September 20 & 21 after the Masses.   Those who would like to participate online will receive detailed information about how to register on the sign-up weekends.

 

The Food Pantry Need You & Your Support
"The Food Pantry Needs You & Your Support"
WHO - Adults and Children
WHAT - Bring a non-perishable canned good or food staple to church on Sunday to offer as stewardship.  It is a good way to begin early education on stewardship and caring for those less fortunate than us.
WHEN - At Sunday Mass.
WHERE - Children can either place items in the basket as they enter church or take to the altar during the offertory. Adults can place their items in the basket as they enter church.
WHY - The Holy Trinity St. Vincent de Paul Society collects food donations for delivery to food pantries at St. Augustine Church and St. Matthew Area Ministries.  . Volunteers for needed to pick up and bag the food donations after Mass.  Once a month, a volunteer will take the month’s donations to the food pantry.

 

Stewardship Giving

For parishioners interested in provinging Stewardship payments via electronic withdrawl, please visit our Stewardship Page to find our Automatic Giving Agreement OR download the same agreement below. 

Automatic Giving Agreement - Stewardship

Please fill out and submit this form to the parish office.  

If you have any questions, please contact Bruce Hines in the parish office: 502-897-5207.