The Need is Great! Medic Mobile Unit will be at Holy Trinity Tuesday, June 9th from 2pm-7pm in the Parish Life Center. Your donation is needed atthis critical time. What a great way to give of yourself—by giving the gift of life. https://tndonor.org/donor/schedules/city
Happy 13th anniversary of ordination to our pastor Father Patrick Resen. Father Patrick was ordained to the holy priesthood June 3rd, 2007. We are so thankful for his ministry, and for his fruitful time as pastor of Holy Trinity, and the blessing that he is to each one of us.
message for Pentecost Sunday As parishes in the Diocese of Knoxville return to public Sunday Masses this weekend, Bishop Richard F. Stika offers this message on the occasion of the celebration of Pentecost. And suddenly there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind (Acts 2:2). Click link to watch his video: […]
Good day to all. Fr. Patrick had a meeting with the deacons, and myself yesterday to go over the procedures we all need to follow for the restarting of Masses next weekend May 30th & 31st. The church will be closed next Thursday 5/28/20 and Friday 5/29/2020 to clean and prepare for the weekend Masses. […]
A reminder that we will have our Sunday Exposition and Adoration on May 17th & 24th from 10:30am to 3:30pm. We need people to sign up for time slots 10:30-11:30, 11:30-12:30, 12:30-1:30, 1:30-2:30, and 2:30-3:30. Please let Fr. Patrick know by texting, emailing or private message him what time you are able to come. Thank […]
Happy Friday to all. Hope everyone can enjoy this warm sunny weather over the weekend. We have received some public guidelines from the Knox County Health Department for us to follow as we open Church and start Masses on May 30th & 31st. Please take a look at the PDF file in English and Spanish, […]
Some people are under the mistaken notion that the absence of public Masses in our parishes during the COVID-19 pandemic means that no sacraments are occuring, but that is not true. The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is being administered in most places, including the Diocese of Knoxville. Most importantly, people are still […]