The Ascension of the Lord on Thursday, May 25th, 2017, is a holy day of obligation. Below are the Mass times for this holy day at Trinity Parish:
Thursday, May 25th, 2017:
For other Mass times at Trinity Parish, please visit our Mass Times section.
The Summer time 6:00pm Saturday evening Mass at St. Paul’s in Barton will begin on May 6th, 2017. It will continue through the Summer until the end of October 2017. Attendance of Saturday Vigil Masses fulfills Mass attendance obligation for Sunday.
Good Friday, April 14th
Holy Saturday, April 15th
- 7:45pm Easter Vigil Mass – St. Paul’s in Barton
- There will not be a Saturday Mass in Orleans Easter weekend
- Attendance of the 7:45pm Saturday Easter Vigil Mass does fulfill Mass attendance for Easter Sunday
Easter Sunday, April 16th
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Starting Friday, March 10th, 2017, there will be reconciliation starting at 4:15pm, followed by Stations of the Cross at 4:45pm every Friday during Lent at St. Paul’s in Barton (click here for directions). Lent runs to Easter Sunday on April 16th, 2017.
Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24th:
Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25th:
There will NOT be a normal 10:00am or 8:15am Mass on Christmas Weekend. Normal Mass times will resume the weekend of January 1st.
Christmas Message from Trinity Parish
Christmas Prayers and Blessings from the Catholic Community of Most Holy Trinity Parish, including St. Paul’s Church in Barton, St. Theresa’s Church in Orleans, St. John Vianney Church in Irasburg, St. John of the Cross Church in East Albany, and the Catholic faithful of Brownington, Westmore, Albany, Glover, West Glover, and beyond,
United in faith to our Vermont Shepherd, Bishop Christopher Coyne, and our Holy Father Pope Francis,
We celebrate this most holy season, along with all our Christian brothers and sisters of every ecclesial community, with good will to all people of faith in every religion and to community members who work with us for peace and the betterment of all people.
Thursday, December 8th, 2016, is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and a holy day of obligation. The Mass times at Trinity Parish for this holy day are listed below. Attendance of the 6:00PM Vigil Mass on Wednesday fulfills Mass attendance for the holy day.
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016:
Thursday, December 8th, 2016:
Trinity Parish will be hosting one of the first advent penance services on Sunday, Nov. 27th with other priests from the area visiting to hear confessions until all have been heard.
If you are unable to attend ours, other area parishes are also holding penance services:
- Sunday, Nov. 27 – 2:00 pm – Queen of All Saints, Hardwick (Click here for their parish website)
- Sunday, Dec. 11 – 2:00 pm – Sacred Heart, Troy (Click here for their parish website)
- Sunday, Dec. 18 – 3:30 pm – St. Mary, Newport (Click here for their parish website)
- Sunday, Dec. 18 – 4:00 pm – St. Elizabeth, Lyndonville (Click here for their parish website)
Confessions are also available at Trinity Parish every weekend or anytime by appointment. Visit our Sacraments page by clicking here for more information.
On Saturday, November 5th, 2016, there will be a special Latin Mass for All Souls Remembrances at 6:00pm in St. Paul’s in Barton.
This will be the final regular recurring Saturday 6:00pm Mass at St. Paul’s until Summer 2017.
For other Mass times at Trinity Parish churches please visit our Mass times section.
Dear parishioners. Two words go through my mind: thanksgiving and unity. The greatest gratitude goes to Christ. But among other small things, I am grateful that parishioners supported me and the parish last year. A year ago we started to ask for a little more money in each and every collection, “an extra two dollars.” The results became apparent that everyone did chip-in a little more, since we met all our income budget goals for the year. And to boot, we just did the small “Gift of Time Campaign” to restore the church clock in Barton and ended up with enough donations from parishioners, with a generous alternate bid, that this project is about to be completed, and we can immediately move on to other parish projects.
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