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JOIN US AS WE JOURNEY THROUGH LENT—STATIONS OF THE CROSS FRIDAYS AT 5:30PM We will have Stations of the Cross beginning Friday, February 19 and continuing weekly through Lent at 5:30PM.  There is grace to be gathered from this practice for any believer, reminding us of Jesus’ passion & death. What a beautiful way to remember Jesus’ love, sacrifice and forgiveness while drawing nearer to Him. Join Us.

SPECIAL EUCHARIST ADORATION FOR RENEWAL AT HOLY TRINITY ON WEDNESDAY-MARCH 10TH & 24TH Bishop Joensen has invited all parishes to host a special Adoration Hour for Eucharistic Renewal. At Holy Trinity, we will host two special hours on Wednesday, March 10 & 24 from 5-6PM. This is an excellent opportunity to renew ourselves as well as our Parish this Lent. Father Mark will also be available for Confessions from 5:10-5:45PM in the Church. We will livestream our Holy Hour. Go HERE for the prayers used during our Wednesday Holy Hours. Also available, go HERE for a Holy Hour family/individual prayer resource. Join us for this chance to revitalize as we journey this Lent.

JOIN US FOR OUR NEXT LENTEN FISH DINNER ON FRIDAY-MARCH 5TH! Our Dinner will look different….We will have Carry Out Fish Dinner only from 5:30-6:30 pm! Costs are Adults 12 and over $10, Kids $5, Family maximum is $40 Please PREORDER AT . WALKINS ARE WELCOME.  Proceeds benefit the charitable causes if the Knights of Columbus. Join us for our next Fish Dinners on March 5th and March 26th(Tentative). Thank you Knights for carrying on this Holy Trinity Tradition!

WE WILL CELEBRATE A HEALING MASS ON FRIDAY-MARCH 12TH  If you or a loved one is suffering in body, mind, or spirit, join us for a Mass of Healing on Friday, March 12th at 9:00 a.m. The Sacrament of the Sick will be offered at Mass as well. Please make a reservation with Sandy, our Pastoral Care Minister at 255-3162 ext. 124 or Come receive God’s healing grace.

IMPORTANT NOTE FROM BISHOP JOENSON  Please read this letter implementing a mask requirement in our parishes, effective immediately. This diocesan requirement applies to all those over the age of five, who do not have a medical or psychological condition prohibiting mask use. If parishioners are unsure whether an exemption applies to them, they should consult with their pastor who can assist in discernment. The Sunday Mass obligation remains suspended.  For those who are not able to attend Mass during the pandemic because of personal vulnerability, God’s infinite grace and mercy remain abundantly available.

OUR CORONAVIRUS page has the most recent updates including New CDC Quarantine Options and FLU vs Covid-19: What you should know from the Polk County Health Dept plus please read this letter from all the Bishops in Iowa about taking the COVID Vaccine.

RETURN TO LEARN PLAN Please review the 2020-21 Return To Learn Handbook | Infographic | Booklet