Religious Education Begins September 1st

Dear Families,

Any family with children in grades K-10 is welcome to register for our religious education program. This year, we will begin classes on Sunday, September 1st from 11:45 AM to 1:30 PM at St. Paul’s School.
Most Holy Trinity Parish follows a Family Formation format, so we strongly encourage all parents to stay for an adult catechesis lesson taught by Fr. Miller. These lessons will help you with home lessons and sacramental prep.
If you have any questions, please contact me at
In Christ’s Love,
Kayla Poginy
Director of Religious Education

A Note of Gratitude

The Proceeds of the Parish INDIAN NIGHT dinner were sent to St. Joseph’s Home for children in Vandanam India.

The Boarding School for poor children purchased a power inverter system (pictured below) to give them steady electricity in the home.

The signs made for the “Thank you Picture” say, “Thanks to Most Holy Trinity Parish, St. Joseph’s House Shines.”


Father Paul’s Introduction

On August 15th our area parishes welcomed Fr Sahaya Paul. Fr Paul is from the Diocese of Palayamkottai, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. His assignment in Vermont is his first time traveling outside India. He will be here three to five years. His seminary education and formation included the following: Minor Seminary, St. Peter’s in Madurai, 2003-2004. Regency, parish in Vadiur, 2007-2008. Spiritual Orientation, St. Peter’s Seminary, Madurai, 2008-2009. Philosophy Studies, St. Peter’s Pontifical Seminary, Bangalore, 2009-2011. Theology Studies, St. Peter’s Pontifical Seminary, Bangalore, 2011-2015. Ordained a Deacon, April 27th, 2014, he was ordained a Priest May 3rd, 2015. He holds devotions to: The Hail Holy Queen. Mother of Perpetual Help. Divine Mercy Chaplet. Prayer to Our Lady of Lourdes. Devotion to St. Paul.


Statements by Bishop Coyne

The following is the the bishop’s August 22nd letter, followed by links to statements posted on the website for the Diocese of Burlington

August 22, 2018

Memorial of the Queenship of Mary
My friends,
I want to begin by thanking you for your continued faith despite the recent scandals rocking the Church in the United States. I am particularly saddened for the victims of clergy abuse and their families. Please pray for them.
None of these new disclosures is connected to our Diocese, but they affect us collectively as Catholics. Like you, I have found myself frustrated, angry, and outraged as I have read and learned more and more about the Archbishop McCarrick scandal and the Pennsylvania report. I am embarrassed and ashamed as a Catholic and, most especially, as a priest and a bishop.
I long for the day when we will have turned the corner on the sinful behavior of our clergy and shepherds. I am comforted that Jesus Christ does not leave his Church orphans. We are regularly reminded that God will never forsake the men and women of good hearts and strong faith who remain true to him. He will be with us until the end of time.
As I hope you know, our Diocese is committed to the safety of our children. I pledge to continue to be active and vigilant in rooting out sin and evil in this institution we love so much.
Please keep our priests who have been true and honorable shepherds in your hearts and your prayers. They are often judged and vilified based on the evil done by others. They need your love and affection.
May I conclude by asking for the continuing intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church to help us all to persevere in hope and in spreading the good news of salvation in her Son Jesus Christ.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
The Most Reverend Christopher J. Coyne
Bishop of Burlington

Statement:  Initial response to the scandals and sin rocking our Church

Statement:  Statement of the Most Reverend Christopher J. Coyne, Bishop of Burlington, concerning the former St. Joseph’s Orphanage

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