St. Lucy Project – Feeding the Hungry, Nourishing the Soul

Holy Trinity can make a difference helping our American Heritage Girls Group and the Knights of Columbus who will be collecting food next weekend, January 29-30 after all the Masses. Our goal is to collect 10,000 pounds of food!

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Liturgical Year with Father Carr

  • Other recommended books for the entire Liturgical Year:
    – Murder in the Cathedral – T.S. Elliot
    – Around the Year with the Von Trapp Family – Maria Von Trapp
    – Catholic All Year – Kendra Tierney
    – The Year and Our Children – Mary Reed Newland
    Roman Martyrology: Free on-line

Knights of Columbus and Emmaus Bible Study Men’s Breakfast

Men’s Bible Study Seminar with speaker and author Kevin Wells – sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Emmaus Bible Study Group.  Donations are appreciated to offset costs.

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Liturgical Year with Father Carr

  • Other recommended books for the entire Liturgical Year:
    – Murder in the Cathedral – T.S. Elliot
    – Around the Year with the Von Trapp Family – Maria Von Trapp
    – Catholic All Year – Kendra Tierney
    – The Year and Our Children – Mary Reed Newland

UPDATE – Women’s Retreat: Marian Holiness

 Sr. Marie Benedict of the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist is offering a mini retreat on Friday, January 7th from 9:00 – 12:30 for the women of Holy Trinity.  We’ll begin with Mass, share a light buffet style breakfast and receive two talks as well as a period of Adoration.   RSVP is appreciated so we can plan for food space.  Contact relevent@holytrinityparish.net by January 4th if you plan to attend.

We are very much looking forward to the mini retreat on Friday with you all!   There has been a change of plan, due to uncontrollable circumstances for Sr. Joseph Andrew.  The hardship of air travel currently, along with the surge of covid cases nationwide makes it impossible for her to come to Virginia at this time.  
Good news!  Sr. Marie Benedict, of the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist, has agreed to lead the retreat at the last minute.  Spread the word, we still have space for more attendees. 

*Donations are appreciated the day of, to help cover the cost of the food and Sister’s stipend.  There is no set fee, please only donate if you feel called to. 
*This is a child-free retreat with the exception of nursing babies.