Parish Feast Day
This weekend, June 3/4, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity – our parish feast day! There will be cake in the foyer following all the Masses so please stop by and enjoy a piece and connect with others in the community.
The coming Sunday, June 4 at the 11:15am mass, we are excited to welcome Archbishop Dunn and the families and friends of the youth of our parish who are receiving the sacrament of Confirmation. As this is our busiest mass, we will be providing extra seating in the foyer, and we will reserve pews for the families of the Confirmandi on this very important day of their faith journey.
Celebrating those who Serve
The leadership team and staff would like to invite all who serve to join us for a BBQ and celebration event. We are thankful for the many parishioners who share their time and gifts by serving here at Holy Trinity Parish. No registration required. Save the date: Thursday June 8th 5:30 – 7pm in the parish hall.
Steubenville teens need your support
This year we are sending 18 teens to the Steubenville Atlantic Youth Conference (our biggest group in many many years!) which means we are hosting an online fundraiser to help cover costs. Please help send our teens to this amazing event! The last day of our campaign is TOMORROW, June 1, so be sure to DONATE TODAY! For additional information, please visit our Metanoia Youth Ministry page.
Corpus Christi Processions and Incense
June 10/11 we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). In order to give due honour and to highlight this great feast we are going to have a procession at the end of each Mass followed by a time of Eucharistic Adoration. The procession will be within the church, returning the monstrance to the altar for a brief time of silent adoration (15-20 minutes) ending with Benediction. For those who cannot stay, you may exit once the clergy and altar servers process out. Please note that we will be using incense for the procession and Benediction. The incense is hypoallergenic, but if you have concerns about intolerances, you may wish to exit the church at the end of the announcements.
News from the Archdiocese
- Class Action-Claims Period: The Claims period of the class action suit filed against the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth runs from December 14, 2022 until December 14, 2023.Individuals who wish to make a claim to receive settlement benefits have 12 months in which they can make a formal claim. See notice here. The Claims period of the class action suit filed against the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth runs from December 14, 2022 until December 14, 2023.Individuals who wish to make a claim to receive settlement benefits have 12 months in which they can make a formal claim. For more information on this suit visit www.halifaxyarmouth.org/classaction.
- Archdiocese Hires Shelter Coordinator: Lindsay Minsiner has been hired as the Shelter Coordinator for our Archdiocese and was recently interviewed by CBC. You can read the article linked HERE for an update on the shelter project that began in 2021 in Halifax-Yarmouth Archdioces