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.
5:00 PM (Nursery available)
RECONCILIATION 4:00 PM each Saturday
11:00 AM (Nursery available)
8:15 AM Mass
5:00 PM Mass
For Holy Days, please call the parish office (502) 897-5207
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!
Join the Lenten parish-wide study on Formed.org’s video series Forgiven! Go to htparish.formed.org, click register, and begin watching right away. Our study will culminate in a communal celebration of the sacrament of Reconciliation on Wednesday, March 27th at 6:30 PM.
Giving Hope~ Changing Lives Gala
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to share a meal with Archbishop Charles Thompson and support a great cause! At St. Elizabeth Catholic Charities upcoming Giving Hope~ Changing Lives Gala, April 25th at the KY International Convention Center, a Dinner Party for 24 guests will be featured in the Live Auction. The evening of Saturday, October 19th at a private home in Jeffersonville, just minutes from the East End Bridge, guests will enjoy a breathtaking view of the Ohio River as well as social time with Guest of Honor, Archbishop Thompson. A delicious meal from All About Taste and drinks are included in this package as well. Interested in attending the Gala or learning more about this Live Auction Package? Contact Mary Jean Gandolfo at 897-5207 or email.
Message from the Pastor
On Friday, February 8, the Archdiocese of Louisville released a third party report of records involving the sexual abuse of minors by diocesan priests. Adult members of our parish are encouraged to read Archbishop Kurtz’s letter and the entirety of the report by Mr. Miller as found on the Archdiocese of Louisville’s website (see the attached link). Let us pray for healing for all victim/survivors of sexual abuse and work together to heal this wound in our church and in our society.
Peace and all blessings,
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.