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Information on the Revised Roman Missal

The revision of the Roman Missal is complete, and the English version has been approved by both the United States Bishops and the Vatican.  What does this mean for you and for all Roman Catholics in the US?  Click the following link for more information:
        The Revised Order of Mass and the Third Edition of the Roman Missal

 Video Presentation by Fr. John Baldovin, S.J. - The New Roman Missal:  Challenge & Opportunity. 

Calendar of liturgies, current events, and rehearsals
(Note: Please go to the Young Adult Community (YAC) page for YAC Masses.)


Overview of the Liturgical and Musical life of Holy Trinity Parish:
Worship at Holy Trinity
Liturgical Ministries
• Music Ministries
• Worship Staff
• Parish Worship Committee

Sacramental Celebrations
• The Sacrament of Baptism
• The Sacrament of Marriage
• The Sacrament of Reconciliation
• Funerals
• Anointing of the Sick
• Sacramental Records

Resources -- for Masses, readings, schedules, and recent homilies
• Daily Scripture Readings
• Mass and Sacrament Schedules
• Presider Schedule
• Homilies Online 

About Worship at Holy Trinity:
At the core of Worship at Holy Trinity is the celebration of the saving love of God as show in the gift of Christ the Lord.  We are gathered together by Christ in praise and worship of God.  This is only possible at Holy Trinity because of a very large number of volunteers who take part in the various ministries from Sunday to Sunday.  Keep in mind that new members of the various ministries, from liturgy to music, are always welcome.

For Reflection:
The liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; at the same time it is the fount from which all the Church's power flows.  For the aim and object of apostolic works is that all who are made children of God by faith and baptism should come together to praise God in the midst of his Church, to take part in the sacrifice, and to eat the Lord's Supper.  The liturgy in its turn move the faithful, filled with the paschal sacraments, to be one in holiness.
-Second Vatican Council, Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, #10