5th Sunday of Lent Gospel and Reflection from Father Rafal
Light a Candle for the Cure
Holy Trinity is beginning a campaign for increased involvement and prayer during this time when we are not physically present in Church. Visit the Parish's WeShare event site by clicking here and sign up to "Light a Candle for the Cure" of the COVID-19/coronavirus in our country and world. Each candle offering will be $5 and can be offered for the general cure of the virus or for a specific intention. Fr. Rafal will physically light these candles every day and will offer these intentions up during his daily private Masses. You can also specify for a note to be sent to your intention so they know we are praying for them!
In response to the current COVID-19 situation, the Holy Trinity Parish Office will be closed until at least
Tuesday, April 7. NO parish meetings, activities or groups will be on the parish campus during this time. After that date, we will consider whether additional action is necessary as we go forward.
As of March 19, Daily and Sunday Masses in the Diocese of Joliet have been suspended until further notice.
The Religious Education Office will also be closed but can be reached via email or phone message at 630-968-5978 with any questions or concerns.
Father Rafal Wasilewski, C.R., along with our entire parish staff encourage everyone to intensify in their efforts at prayer, fasting and almsgiving at this time. And, to pray for deliverance and protection against the coronavirus, and an end to this epidemic. Let us ask the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Health of the Sick, to intercede for us at this time.
Holy Trinity Catholic Parish is under the administration of the Congregation of the Resurrection.
Committed to living out the endless love of the Trinity, we are a welcoming, faith-sharing Catholic family of believers,
centered on the Holy Eucharist as the source of our life in Christ.