Introducing FORMED.org online faith resources, available for free for all parishioners and friends within Most Holy Trinity Parish,
the Tri-Parishes of St. Vincent, Sacred Heart, and St. Ignatius, and St. Paul’s Catholic School
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Create your own account. Start watching great Catholic Media and Movies, downloading great Catholic books to your phone, home computer, tablet, Kindle or e-reader, and listening to faith filled talks and audio books.
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I hope all parishioners, in all my churches and school, grow in wisdom, knowledge, and zeal through the great Catholic media now available to us through FORMED.org.
– Sincerely, in Christ, with Mary, Fr. Tim Naples, Pastor
Parish teens are invited for pizza, s’mores, and a fun time! Saturday, July 29th, after the 6:00PM Mass at St. Paul’s Church in Barton. 6:45PM-8:30PM. Fr. Naples has promised to entertain with his fire juggling around the campfire.
Contact the parish office with any questions.
Have a suggestion for other games or activities? Please leave a comment!
What does it mean for a person to be free? How does this fit into our Catholic Faith? How does this affect how we live our lives? What does this mean for the larger community and public life? Join us for a short talk from Trinity Parish’s Summer seminarian Greg Caldwell along with Q and A. There will be coffee and light refreshments.
This Saturday, July 15th, there will be a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the apparitions and messages of Fatima at St. Paul’s Church in Barton at 10:00AM.
There will be an outdoor Rosary procession and Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
“Totus Tuus is Latin for ‘totally yours’ and is a Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic faith through catechesis, evangelization, Christian witness, and Eucharistic worship. The goal of Totus Tuus is to help young people grow in their understanding of, and strengthen their faith in, Jesus Christ. The program strives to bring our faith to life by creating a balance between knowledge of the meaning of the Sacraments and an authentic Sacramental life.”
Trinity Parish is hosting Totus Tuus June 19th through June 23rd 2017 for Grades 1-8, and June 18th through June 22nd 2017 for High School.
For more information click here.
Click here for Grades 1-8
Click here for High School
Forms can also be mailed to you. Contact the parish office by clicking here.
Fr. Oliver is being assigned to become administrator of the churches of Bradford, Wells River, Norwich, and South Stratford (The Upper Valley Parishes). He will move on March 1st. His presence has been appreciated, and his ministry has already played a vital part for the parishes of the Northeast Kingdom. Let us keep him in continued prayer.
You are invited to lunch to send Fr. Oliver to his new assignment with best wishes:
Sunday, February 26th, 2017, at the Trinity Parish Hall in Orleans between 12:00pm and 1:00pm
Bring a card. Offer a spiritual bouquet. Suggested $15 donation to help him pay off his parish car loan. (Contact the parish office if you can help with food preparation)
On Wednesday, November 2nd, there will be rosary in St. John of the Cross church in East Albany at 5:00pm. There will be refreshments to follow. Click here for directions.
Come join Trinity Parish’s new Catholic book group, meeting Thursdays at 6:30pm in the parish hall in Orleans.
It is a flexible and relaxed group that can be joined anytime. There is no need to have attended prior gatherings.
Thursdays, beginning at 6:30pm after the 5:30pm Mass at St. Theresa’s Church in Orleans next door to the parish hall.
Our summer seminarian, Steven Marchand will be giving the second of a two-part presentation for the parish speaking about how Catholicism has and does affect culture. Attendance of the first part is not necessary to attend the second part. Topics will include questions such as: How does a Catholic view the world? How does a Catholic relate with creation and spiritual realities? Do the sacraments affect my worldview? How does prayer and the liturgy affect me and the wider culture? What is the role of beauty in our lives?
Where? The parish hall right next to St. Theresa’s Church in Orleans. Click here for directions.
When? Beginning at about 6:00pm following a 5:15pm Mass in St. Theresa’s church on Thursday, July 28th, 2016.
Light snacks and refreshments will be served immediately following Mass. All are welcome! Please join us!
On Tuesday, July 19th at 6:00pm, the Parish Council will meet to discuss new plans for evangelization and proposed changes to the weekend Mass schedule to allow time for a new Sunday family formation program. Fr. Naples discussed these and other parish news in the recent June 26th parish bulletin insert. Click here to read it online.
The proposed changes to Mass times are as follows:
- Sunday, 8:15AM Mass in Irasburg to move to beginning at 7:45AM or 8:00AM
- Sunday, 11:00AM Mass in Barton to move to beginning at 9:30AM or 10:00AM
- Saturday, 6:00PM Mass in Barton to move to beginning at 5:30PM, to be celebrated June through September.
All parishioners are welcome to attend Parish Council meetings. They are open to non-council members. The meeting will be held in the rectory, which is right next to St. Paul’s church in Barton (Click here for directions).
Please consider praying a Novena as we present these thoughts and plans to the Lord. Nine Rosaries are recommended.