The symbol of Trinity dates from the middle ages and suggests both unity and triplicity. A Dove, the traditional symbol of the Holy Spirit, represents Confirmation. The lamb bearing a cross has symbolized the Resurrection of Christ since the fourth century. St. Patrick used this image of the shamrock to teach the doctrine of the Trinity to the Irish people.








  By leaving a charitable gift in your will, naming Holy Trinity Catholic Church as a benefactor on a life insurance policy, establishing a Charitable Gift Annuity or leaving a gift to the parish’s Catholic Foundation Fund you can make a meaningful and profound gift to your parish. Click on the picture above to learn more about these and many other giving options.  If you're ready to leave a bequest, download this sample language you can use in your bequest.  If you've already named Holy Trinity Catholic Church as a benefactor, please complete this enrollment form to join the Catholic Legacy Society.  Planning today ensures the security of your parish tomorrow!

"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also" (Matthew 6:2)

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Holy Trinity Cookbook

Holy Trinity Catholic Church has published a new, one-of-a-kind cookbook, Trinity Treasures. The cookbook, which contains 400 recipes, comes in a 3-ring binder with tabbed dividers, and it costs only $10. Cookbooks are available after weekend Masses during February. Questions can be answered by calling the office. The cookbook will also be sold at the Holy Trinity Spring Craft Fair, March 25 from 9:00-5:00 and March 26 from 9:00-12:00.