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Let your friends and family know that you are thinking about them by sending them a Christmas e-card through Trinity Missions. Click here to see the cards available. It’s free! Add your own customized message and click “Send email.” Consider also making a gift in your loved one’s name today.
As Christmas draws near, what a joy it is to await the celebration of our dear Lord’s birth and begin to reflect on the many blessings Trinity Missions and those we serve received throughout the year. These blessings are truly gifts of love and support from the hearts of friends both far and near. … more
General Custodian, Father Mike Barth, S.T., shares news from his recent trip to missions in Humacao and Loiza: Last week, I took the opportunity to visit our men and missions in Puerto Rico. I found them all physically well and grateful for the emotional, spiritual and financial support they have received since Hurricanes Irma and … more
Our official name is Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, but our popular name is Trinity Missions. We are a Catholic Congregation of missionaries working among the poor and abandoned across the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Honduras, Haiti, and Colombia. We work in the heart of inner-city ghettos, on Native American reservations, in … more
The season of Advent is upon us! Following the gratitude of Thanksgiving and anticipating the miracle of Christmas, this is one of the most hope-filled times of the year. At the same time, though, Advent is a reminder to all of us that hope can be elusive for so many people. At our missions in … more
Click here to see photos and to learn more about our mission in Honduras.
This month, as Christmas approaches, let us reflect on those who may not have enough for a proper daily meal, let alone a holiday feast. These thoughts lead to the great work being done by one of our priests, Father Charlie Piatt, S.T. Father Charlie has a unique ministry. About five times a month, he travels … more
Our Brothers work hard to make a difference. Often, their work leads to new adventures and educational opportunities. Take Brother Raúl Mejia for example. He is now a licensed social worker. He shares, “For me, it was a blessing to receive my degree in social work this year; I couldn’t have done it without the … more
Late February 2017, Brother Jose de Jesus Martinez traveled over 2,400 miles from Guamal, Colombia to Chicago, Illinois, where he has spent months at our post-Novitiate. His experience so far has been chock-full of “firsts” — first time visiting the United States, first time learning a new language, as well as a new culture. Recently … more
Learn more about our founder, Father Thomas A. Judge. Bill Portier’s biography is now available for order at Amazon. Click here to order. Available only in English at this time. Spanish version is expected in early 2018. Born in Boston of immigrant parents, Thomas A. Judge, CM (1868-1933) preached up and down the east coast … more