We are excited to announce that we will be offering drive-through communion for those individuals who are watching livestream Mass in the morning on Sundays. The communion service will be a drive-through and take place between the hours of 2pm and 2:30pm on Sundays starting on November 29, 2020.
Please refer to the attached documents for more information/directions as well as a traffic map.
As some of you may have heard at Masses this past weekend, we had been planning to move Sunday Masses into the church this coming weekend in celebration of the Feast of Christ the King. Unfortunately, we are now unable to do so due to Orange County moving back into the purple tier on the State of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Once the county moves back to the red tier we will re-assess the ability to move back into the church for Mass with a capacity of 100 people.
Effective tomorrow, the weekday 8:30AM Mass that has been inside the church will move back to being held in the courtyard between the parish hall and the parish office. Beginning this weekend, the confirmation and middle school classes that have been held in the hall the past couple of weeks will also move back into the courtyard between the parish hall and the parish office. Any other planned liturgical celebrations (baptisms, funerals, weddings) will be held outside until further notice.
The Blessed Sacrament Chapel will remain open for personal prayer – Monday-Friday from 9AM-3PM.
My name is Emmanuel Perez and I am very blessed to be welcomed into the Holy Trinity Parish Family as the Coordinator of Middle School and Youth Ministry! I began ministry at a young age under the guidance of Fr. Ismael as an Acolyte in the Parish of St. Mary of the Angels in the city of Ukiah where I was born and raised. After relocating to the Central Valley, I answered the call to serve the Church for a total of four years in various positions including Administrative Assistant to the Pastor, Safe Environment Coordinator, and Youth Minister at St. Jude Thaddeus Parish. During this time, I was able to learn, lead & contribute to many committees which included the Youth & Young Adult Committee for the Diocese of Fresno, CA (representing the Merced-Mariposa Vicariate).
I have received an A.A in Psychology and Theatre Arts as a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society graduate. I am currently completing my B.A in Public Administration at Cal State Fullerton where I plan to pursue higher education. Before embarking on this new journey at Holy Trinity, I served as the Confirmation & Youth Ministry Coordinator at Santiago de Compostela Parish in Lake Forest for the past year and a half.
I am a great believer and advocate in 1 Timothy 4:12. “Do not let anyone look down on you because you are young, but be an example for the believers in your speech, your conduct, your love, faith, and purity.”
And like Saint Junipero Serra proclaimed “Siempre Adelante” “Always Moving Forward”…with this spirit, I look forward to serving the families of Holy Trinity as we journey together in faith.
Holy Trinity Women’s Ministry invites you to join us for an introduction to the Called and Gifted Program from the Catherine of Siena Institute.
Presenters Cathy Roby and Stephanie Marquez will guide us in a presentation designed to encourage you to discover your charisms. Charism is a Greek word that means “favor” or “gratuitous gift” and all of us through our baptism have been given these gifts. Cathy and Stephanie will explain how you can participate in the discernment of gifts through an exercise that you can do following the introductory meeting, online and at your own pace. This is a fantastic way to begin to discern God’s plan for you.Please Join Us
Wednesday, August 26th
Meeting will be via Zoom
Beginning Monday July 20th, Daily Mass will now be celebrated outdoors! Similar to Sunday Mass, please wear a mask and practice social distancing. If you are unable to attend you can still view the live stream of Mass on Facebook.
BEGINNING MONDAY JULY 13th The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be available after Daily Mass from 9am to 10am Monday thru Friday. Fr Michael or Fr Charles will hear your confessions outside from a safe distance. Please wear a mask. You can stream Mass at home then drive over or on your phone in the parking lot and walk over afterwards!
Fr. Charles Tran was born in Vietnam and raised Catholic. He was an altar server from the second grade until he graduated from high school.
He credited being close to the altar and participating in the Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth Movement as experiences that helped deepen his faith and increased his love for the Eucharist and the priesthood.
Fr. Charles completed his theological studies at St. Patrick’s Seminary & University and was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Kevin Vann in June 2014. Our Lady Queen of Angels Church was his first assignment as a priest where he served for four years. Afterwards, he was assigned to St. Norbert Church for two years.
Fr. Charles looks forward to serving the community at Holy Trinity Church. He humbly requests that everyone prays for him and helps him to be an instrument of God’s love.