Attention Parishioners! We are in need of the gifts YOU have to offer!

We are in need of parishioners who have received the gift of Faith with gratitude and are interested in helping other parish families to share this amazing gift with their own children. Our Faith Formation program at Holy Trinity is family centered and we plan to support our parish parents in their God-given role as primary educators of their children. 
If you love our Faith and would like to help families grow to be the domestic church they are called to be, we would love you to consider being a leader of a small group.
Leading a small group of parents and children is a weekly commitment from September through May. It does require a heart for the Church and her teachings, rooted in a deep love for our Blessed Lord. Sharing your love for our Lord is a transformational experience in your own spiritual life. Our Blessed Lord cannot be outdone in generosity, and nowhere is this more apparent than when you help support a brother or sister in Christ as he/she walks more closely with Jesus.
Group leaders are needed on Sunday evenings from 6:30pm-8:00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 5:00pm-6:30pm and 7:00pm-8:30pm. Please contact Margi Loesel at for more information. Thank you for considering.

A Summer of Catholic Beauty

On Thursday, July 22nd, we will have 2 presentations
at 1:00-2:30pm and 7-8:30pm
in Our Lady’s Hall, presented by Trevor Rowland, Holy Trinity’s Director of Liturgical Music

Sacred Music is meant to awaken our faith, transform our hearts and draw us closer to Beauty Himself.  What is Sacred Music? When was it first implemented, and what makes it sacred?

Our own Director of Liturgical Music, Trevor Rowland, will present the history of Sacred Music, share examples of various forms, and tell his own deep connection with this beautiful art form and how God used it to lead him to the Catholic Church!

Summer Series with Our Priests continues…

On Wednesday, July 21, 7-9pm, Our Lady’s Hall, Fr. Peter Fegan, O.P. will be speaking on Angels and Demons

“For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12)

Formidable and fierce warriors surround us whether we are aware of them or not.  Who are these beings and what is their purpose? Do they affect our daily life, and if so, how?

Upcoming talks in the series:

Religious Education Registration will open soon!

Our children’s faith formation program registration is opening on Monday, July 19th. You will find the registration form on the Holy Trinity Updates page:   

Our faith formation program is in person this year and family style. The details will be on the same link and available on Monday. 

Please remember that sacramental preparation is a 2-year process in the Arlington Diocese. If you plan to have your child receive any sacraments in 2023, you need to have that child registered with Faith Formation in 2021-2022 school year.

Registration closes on August 20th. Classes will fill on a first come first serve basis. 

Spiritual Warfare, Fr. Carr

Recommended Resources for Spiritual Warfare:
Manual for Spiritual Warfare, Paul Thigpen
The Deceiver, Fr. Lizio Fanzaga
– Searching for and Maintainging Peace, Fr. Jacques Philippe
The Spiritual Life, Fr. Tanquerey
Talking Back, Evarius of Pontus
Slaying Dragons, Charles D. Fraune
Deliverance Prayers: For Use by Laity

Don’t miss our Summer Series every Wednesday at 7pm! Our next presentation will be Angels and Demons, with Fr. Peter Fegan, O.P.