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.
Please check out this video for some guidelines for Healthy Worship if you plan to join us for mass.
Live Streaming and Recorded Masses
Live Streaming Masses via Facebook Pages:
Look for us on our new YouTube channel! Mass recordings will be uploaded daily after the live streaming event on each Facebook page. Once we reach 1,000 YouTube subscribers, we can live stream right from YouTube!
In Person Mass Times
8:15 AM Mass
5:00 PM Mass
For Holy Days, please call the parish office (502) 897-5207
Adult Faith Formation
The Catholic Way, part of the material we use in RCIA, provides 2 page handouts on key topics of our Catholic faith for adults. New handouts will be posted every 2 weeks. Please click the links below to pray, learn and live the faith through these difficult times.
Check out the numerous resources Dynamic Catholic is supplying FREE! There are resources for marriage, parenting, daily inspiration, and study guides to Matthew Kelly's books--many of which you may already own and want to re-read. Click here for ideas.
Coloring can relieve stress and coloring biblical quotes can aid prayer and meditation. St. Mary's Press has graciously allowed us to post these pages from The Catholic Youth Bible. Color them and post them around your home to inspire hope and lift spirits.
The McGrath Institute for Church Life at Notre Dame University https://mcgrath.nd.edu/resources/ is offering two new free online courses: The Pillars of the Church, explaining the basic doctrines of the faith, and Saturdays with the Saints, based on their popular game day lecture series. They also have resources for Teaching the Saints, Discerning Your Spiritual Gifts, and more.
Pope's Monthly Prayer Intention
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. New and improved features have been added!
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.
Resources for Understanding Racism
For Every Child
Dear Friends in Christ,
We shared the For Every Child vision with all parishioners at the Liturgies on August 17 and 18 which included a wonderful video about our projects. By now you should have received a letter from me detailing these initiatives and inviting all to prayerfully consider a generous gift to support our four campaign initiatives.
The video that was shared at Mass is linked below for your viewing. Please feel free to share it with others. We can be proud of the beautiful and fruitful ministries at Holy Trinity Parish. Let us encourage one another to rise to the challenge in growing these beautiful ministries For Every Child.
Peace and all blessings,
June 11, 2020
I pray this letter finds you and your family well. It has been difficult for so many to get our arms around the changes in daily life due to COVID-19 over the past few months. Challenges regarding systemic racism and incidents of violence in society have all of us examining how we ought to respond. The families of Holy Trinity are in my daily prayers and this parish is here for you.
During these months of disruption and change, questions have arisen regarding the status of parish ministries, including our For Every Child Campaign. Know that our commitment is firm in fulfilling the mission of Holy Trinity’s For Every Child initiatives. Planning for the future includes building additional classrooms for our Holy Trinity Clifton School, renovating our historic Eifler Theater, expanding and enhancing our church nursery spaces, and constructing and maintaining new playgrounds. These initiatives have either impacted the lives of children already or hold the promise for doing so in the near future.
As the worldwide pandemic emerged and everyone’s attention focused on adjusting to a “new normal,” our campaign leaders adjusted as well. We are reviewing options to adapt the construction timelines for the Eifler Theatre and Holy Trinity Clifton School classrooms. Planning continues so that when the time is right, we will all be ready to make these important For Every Child Campaign priorities a reality.
Please know how thankful I am to all who have helped bring these bold aspirations to reality. We have big goals and your support has already shown that our parish is ready to meet the task. Our commitment to helping families and children through the For Every Child Campaign remains intact and strong. As we navigate these difficult times and prepare to emerge from them a stronger parish community, the successful completion of these important initiatives will be a key part of our mission to serve more families and children for decades to come.
As your pastor, I am grateful for your continued enthusiasm for our shared efforts. Because of you, we are a stronger and more compassionate community of believers. I feel truly blessed to live and serve among you. Please take a moment to view this video - For Every Child Update and recognize the remarkable progress we have made thus far.
Peace and all blessings,
Fr. Bill Bowling, Pastor
Did you know there are several support groups available to you?
PAL Parents of Addicted Loved Ones
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Due to the premature death (often for overdoses or suicide) of their children
GRASP (Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing)
Infertility Support during fertility issues
DivorceCare Support for adults and children
A Message from the Pastor
Parishioners! Please know that Fr. Bill Bowling (or any other Holy Trinity priest) will NEVER email you or text you requesting gift cards or money!
If you receive one of these texts or emails, please do not respond! You may contact the parish office (897-5207) if you are unsure! Don’t fall victim to these scams!
Fr. Bill will NEVER contact you personally asking for gift cards or money via a text message or an email! Any communication from the parish will always be from an email account ending @htparish.org. This is easy to check, simply look or click on the sender’s name if it does not have @htparish.org, you can guarantee it is scam. Thank you!