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.
The Parish Office is currently holding summer office hours, Monday-Thursday from 9am to 4pm and Fridays 9am to noon.
The Sacred Heart Chapel of Eucharistic Adoration is currently open from 7am to 7pm adoration hours daily. The chapel is open to the public from 7am to 1pm daily. As the church and state have entered Phase 5 in Illinois, no masks or social distancing are required while in the chapel.
Thank you to the generous Holy Trinity Parishioners who have already donated to the Woodridge Rotary Club's Tornado Relief Fund. As of July 25, we have collected over $3700 in donations and have begun to disburse checks to families in need. If you would still like to donate, you may do so at woodridgerotary.org or contact Mary Onorad - Woodridge Rotary President and Holy Trinity Parishioner (630 561-2374)
Diocese of Joliet to Eliminate Mask Requirement for the Fully Vaccinated, Capacity Limits, Registration on June 11
The Diocese of Joliet announced fully vaccinated individuals will no longer be required to wear masks at all church services, effective Fri., June 11, when the state is expected to enter Phase 5. Capacity limits and registration for all church services will also be lifted on that date.
Phase 5 is the final step in the state’s reopening plan amid the easing coronavirus pandemic, allowing all sectors of society to fully reopen. If the state does not enter Phase 5 on June 11, the diocese will continue with previously issued “Bridge Phase” protocols.
The elimination of the mask requirement follows current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals, who can participate in indoor and outdoor activities, large or small, without wearing a mask or physical distancing. The diocese, however, is adhering to those same guidelines in requiring unvaccinated people to continue wearing masks.
The diocese will not ask employees or the general populace to provide their vaccination status. However, all ministers are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated.
Dispensation from the requirement to attend Sunday Mass remains in place for the time being to allow parishes and parishioners the opportunity to adjust to the new protocols.
Capacity limits for office and social gatherings can also return to pre-pandemic, full-capacity levels.
Full details on the Phase 5 protocols may be found here.