Welcome

OUR MISSION

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

WEEKEND MASS
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

DAILY MASS
8:15 AM Mass
Monday
Wednesday
Friday

5:00 PM Mass
Tuesday
Thursday

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 September prayer intention:
This month the pope asks us to pray that young people in Africa may have access to education and work in their own countries.

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.

Formed.org

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.

Men Rise Up

The first discussion group for men doing the 30 Day Challenge will be held in the Adult Formation Rooms from 7:30-8:30 PM, September 23rd.

Senior Events

Our next gathering will be about Louisville Lore, by Gary Falk, Louisville Historian. Come for lunch and his 67 image power point overview of Louisville’s History. September 27th at 11:30 AM, Multipurpose Building. Call now to secure your spot, you don’t want to miss out.—897-5207 or email Betty-Jean at bcobb@htparish.org !