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Summer is officially here, dear friends! This is the time to enjoy the outdoors, bask in the sun, and make happy memories with friends and family – especially for children. You remember those days…playing with friends and not having a care in the world? Sadly, this isn’t the case for all children. Many families are … more
On Sunday, June 10, 2018, Brother Gustavo Amell, S.T., was ordained to the Diaconate by Bishop Joseph Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago at St. James Church in Chicago, Illinois. Although it was a rainy day the joy and smiles of both Gustavo and the many parishioners, friends and benefactors gathered made the day perfect. Gustavo … more
It’s rare to have a feast day that honors two saints. But Saint Peter and Saint Paul are so closely tied together. They are two of the most well-known saints, and are often spoken of as the two men most responsible for spreading the Christian message in the days of the early Church. This is … more
The people of Haiti need our help. With joy and prayer, Fathers Julenord Clervil, S.T., and Frank Conkle, S.T., returned to Haiti on Monday, April 16, 2018, to continue our mission to the people of Haiti. The video above provides a short glimpse into an average day for our missionaries and those they serve. As you … more
Medical doctor, Brother Carlos Urquina, S.T., and his former classmate Dr. Alejandro Ojedo, recently returned from visiting the areas in and around our mission in Comayagüela, Honduras, where they ran a mobile medical clinic. This is the second initiative like this sponsored by our benefactors and run by these two men. The first was in … more
Truly, there is no love like a mother’s love. Honor your mother and the other special mothers in your life – sisters, aunts, daughters — any loved ones who are mothers, living and deceased – in our Mother’s Day Masses which began May 5. Click here to remember the names of those you would like … more
Brother Augustine Philips, S.T. 1886-1952 Brother Augustine Philips, S.T., was the first male follower of Fr. Judge in the cenacle movement which resulted in the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity. Father Judge stated that it was Brother Augustine who contributed so much to the founding of the men’s Community. Father Judge is quoted … more
A Missionary Brother…Is this the life for you? Want to learn more? Click here for Vocation Directors and contact information. We’d love to hear from you. Click here to complete Vocation Profile Form.
Our faith has no greater symbol of healing love than Our Lady of Lourdes. The healing water of the spring revealed to St. Bernadette by our Blessed Mother still flows today and has brought grace and strength to millions who have made the journey to Lourdes. May is Mary’s month and this year marks the … more
Trinity Missions wishes to congratulate our own Mr. John Butler for recently being selected as Leadership Greater Washington’s Featured Member for the month of April. Click here to read more. Congratulations John!