2022 PSA

Click Here to make a PSA contribution.

You can also donate by texting “PSA” to 714-622-7877.

One very important aspect of stewardship at Holy Trinity is the Pastoral Service Appeal (PSA). Some of you have already accepted the invitation by offering your financial support of our Diocese and our parish family here at Holy Trinity. Thank you!

Of course, this year we pray for 100% participation.  For those who have not participated in the PSA, this is your year! I invite everyone to join me and your parish family in making your contribution to this year’s PSA. Not only will you be making a positive impact at our Holy Trinity parish, but your support will help our greater Catholic community to which we all belong by supporting our Seminarians and retired priests.

As in years past, 100% of what we raise above our goal for the diocese will be returned to our parish community. Our parish goal to the Diocese this year is $90,000… and every dollar paid beyond $90k will be returned in rebates to Holy Trinity so that we can accomplish the following:

  • Slurry coating, striping and repairing our Parking Lot
  • Investing in our Music Ministry at Mass
  • Adding to our weekly Sunday Collection to meet budget needs
  • Staying on top of our Debt Service on our 2 loans, Farmer’s and Merchant’s Bank and the Diocese of Orange.

National Prayer Vigil for Life at Holy Trinity, Thursday, January 28th, 2021

Holy Trinity Plaza

On Thursday, January 28th, we will be participating in the National Prayer Vigil for Life. Please join us on the plaza for a Rosary at 5pm followed by Mass at 5:30pm. Following Mass we will have adoration until 8pm. We hope to see you here.

A great prayer for life is urgently needed, a prayer which will rise up throughout the world. Through special initiatives and in daily prayer, may an impassioned plea rise to God, the Creator and lover of life, from every Christian community, from every group and association, from every family and from the heart of every believer. —Pope Saint John Paul II, Evangelium Vitae


PUBLIC MASS HAS RETURNED! We will return to our usual times but we will celebrate Mass outside in front of the church. This will give us more space and allow us to make it as safe as possible for everyone in attendance. Please see below for times, what you need to do, and what you need to bring. We look forward to seeing you again!

May 26th 2020

Last week the Diocese of Orange announced that public masses can begin in Orange County on Sunday, June 14 (including Saturday June 13 Vigil Masses) in a phased-in approach with measures in place to safeguard public health.

This morning the staff of Holy Trinity began planning how we will safely celebrate Mass beginning June 13th/14th. These next three weeks will provide us with enough time to prepare our church building, staff, volunteers, and parishioners for what will be a modified way of attending Mass at Holy Trinity. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

More detailed information will follow in the coming days and weeks, but we want to give you a brief update on what to to expect…

  • Mass will return the weekend of June 13th/14th with additional Mass times. Mass will be celebrated outside in the plaza at alternating times throughout the day. Please practice appropriate physical distancing and cleaning/sanitizing.
  • Per the California Department of Public Health, anyone over the age of 65 or with underlying medical conditions which put them at risk are asked to stay home and view our live stream. Those experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19 should also stay at home.
  • Live streaming of Sunday Mass and Daily Mass will continue on our website, Facebook page, and Youtube channel for those who are unable or not yet ready to attend Mass in person.
  • Bishop Vann has extended the dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation until such time as it is deemed safe to have large gatherings at Mass.
  • We will continue to provide updates on our website and social media accounts in over the new couple of weeks

We are grateful for the opportunity to continue praying with you via our live streams and look forward to celebrating Mass with you in the near future. Please stay tuned for more information as we continue to work alongside the Diocese and the relevant local authorities.

May 22nd 2020

The Diocese of Orange announced today that public masses can begin in Orange County on the solemnity of Corpus Christi, Sunday, June 14 (including Saturday June 13 Vigil Masses) in a phased-in approach with measures in place to safeguard public health. In addition, the Bishop of Orange, Kevin W. Vann, extends a dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sunday and Holy Days of Obligation until such time as it is deemed safe to have large gatherings at Mass.

After extensive consultation over these past few months with civil authorities, County of Orange Health Authority, as well as with our medical advisors, the decision was made to gradually open the churches for Mass with strict guidelines for attendance including important requirements for the distribution and reception of Holy Communion and the safety and health of all who attend. Bishop Vann acknowledges the hard work of Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento, on behalf of all the California bishops, who met frequently with Governor Newsom and his staff. The positive cooperation of all involved – working together for the common good – has helped bring us to this important moment.

“The pandemic is far from over so we will begin with small steps,” said Bishop Vann. “Realizing that reinfection is a concern, as we saw occurred in Texas and elsewhere, I am asking our pastors to prepare their churches to ensure that these guidelines are followed without exception.” Indeed advisors to the bishop have been working on guidelines for weeks, in consultation with county officials and other experts.

The Diocese announced that phase one brings smaller groups of healthy Catholics back to a limited Mass with strict social distancing guidelines and rules. Phase two would allow larger groups while phase three would allow choirs to return to church and social gatherings to resume. At this point, it is unknown when we might be able to enter phases two and three. Phasing our return allows for the ability to reevaluate the process as necessary in order to ensure the health and safety of the community going forward.

All phases of this plan require following strict guidelines for social distancing and sanitization.

  • Those over age 65 and/or with a co-morbidity will be encouraged to consider not returning to Mass just yet, and anyone showing any symptoms of sickness, or anyone who has a household member who is sick or showing symptoms of sickness should not come to church.
  • The church will be thoroughly sanitized/cleaned before and after each service, including all entryways and doors. Holy water fonts will be empty, and hymnals removed.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at all churches.
  • All local safety orders specifically relating to proper face coverings will be followed.
  • People will be instructed to not engage in any physical touch, such as by greeting each other.
  • Signs and other instructions will encourage normal safe practices necessary to avoid the spread (e.g. cough or sneeze into a shirtsleeve, handkerchief, or tissue; avoid touching the eyes, nose, and mouth).
  • Ventilation will be increased as much as possible by opening windows and doors, as weather permits.
  • The sign of peace and distribution of the Precious Blood is suspended.

Catholics should visit the website of their parish for eventual specific instructions on how their parish will offer Masses and how attendance will be allowed (MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON)

In most cases, only one-third of the church space will be available per Mass. Bishop Vann has granted a temporary dispensation from the requirements of canon 932, which will permit priests to celebrate Mass outside the sacred space of a church building, thereby permitting parishes to utilize other spaces for Masses including gymnasiums, parish halls and outdoor spaces.

Since the Sunday obligation has been dispensed from, Catholics will be encouraged to attend other Masses during the week instead of on Sunday, in order to spread out the number of people attending. More Masses than usual will be offered to attempt to accommodate everyone who desires to attend Mass during this phase. In addition, many parishes will continue to livestream Masses. Anyone who is in an at-risk health group or does not feel comfortable attending a public gathering should stay home. Also, anyone who is sick or has been exposed to the coronavirus should refrain from attending a public Mass as it is an act of Christian charity to safeguard the health of others.

“Please continue to pray for those who have died, those who are sick from this disease and for the people who care for them,” said Bishop Vann. “I wish to thank everyone for their sacrifices over these last weeks to benefit the common good. It has been a time of reflection, prayer and growth in faith for many of us. We will continue to take one day at a time and walk in faith together until the day we can all gather to rejoice in the Lord. The Solemnity of Corpus Christi (the Body and Blood of Christ) is a very fitting feast day to begin our journey to once again gather together as the Lord’s people.”


Lent is a season of fasting, prayer and almsgiving in preparation for Easter. Please see below for a list of resources that will help guide you through the season of Lent and help you stay on track with daily prayer and reflections.


Spend time with Christ in the Gospel this Lent alongside Bishop Barron and the Word on Fire community. Would you like to receive daily Gospel reflections in your inbox every morning? SIGN UP HERE


FORMED On Demand is a subscription service offering access to thousands of studies, films, audios, and e-books. We have purchased this resource for our Parish! FORMED has several Lenten resources for you (see below) – daily reflections, study programs, and devotionals. To register for this resource, click HERE.

Christ’s love for you is bursting forth. Embrace him and let his mercy pierce your heart during this Lenten season. Join us for a 40-day journey of welcoming his tender love, beginning with these short, daily videos from Scripture scholar Dr. Tim Gray. Live in Christ’s love and let him transform your life.Sign up to receive these reflections straight to your inbox every morning: https://formed.org/lent



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Children’s Christmas Choir


This year, the annual Children’s Christmas Choir will be singing at the 6pm Christmas Eve Mass on Monday, December 24th. All students Grades 1-8 are invited to participate.

We will have 3 rehearsals (12/9, 12/16 & 12/23) which will take place immediately following the 10:30am Sunday Mass in the parish hall. Just come to the hall right after the 10:30am Mass for sign-in. Rehearsals will end at 12:45pm.

For questions, you can contact:

Casey McKinley


949-218-3131 x106


Michelle Goold






May, The Month of Mary

Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thine intercession was left unaided.

Inspired by this confidence, I fly unto thee, O Virgin of virgins, my mother; to thee do I come, before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer me.


A message from our Pastor…

Hey y’all, Fr Reynold here…

Just passing along some good news. His Excellency, Bishop Vann, called to inform me that I’ll be here as Pastor of Holy Trinity for another year starting July 1st, 2018. Also, we will be getting another Priest to serve as Parochial Vicar. Hooray! As soon as I have more details about our new Parochial Vicar I’ll let you know. Let’s keep praying for each other and our parish.

– Fr Reynold