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Holy Week…A time to be Renewed, Loved and Empowered by Christ.

“Let us accept the grace of Christ’s Resurrection! Let us be renewed by God’s mercy, let us be loved by Jesus, let us enable the power of his love to transform our lives too; and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth, protect all creation and make … more

New Missions = New Blessings

The Missionary Servants have assumed new missions in both Mississippi and California, working every day to spiritually empower all the people, educating every member of the family and engaging them in a vibrant and welcoming practice of our Catholic faith. With so many challenges created by poverty and even the wide geography of our many … more

Best Charitable Gifts to Make in 2018

With the introduction of tax reform this year, you may be looking at your finances and wondering how you can continue to be charitable. There are many ways you can make a difference at Trinity Missions while enjoying financial benefits for yourself. Here are some smart ways to give in 2018: Best Charitable Gifts to … more

“On the Job Training”…Novices Spend Lent in Service of Others

This month, the most important time of the year for us as Catholics is a time filled with both somber and joyful emotions– starting with our Lenten reflections and ending in the great celebration of the Resurrection. During this important time, we reflect on our lives and thank God for our many blessings. We often … more

You’re invited…

Feast of St. Joseph Novena of Masses March 11-19, 2018 The Feast of St. Joseph is almost here! Join us as we celebrate his compassion, his selflessness, his courage and dedication — and pray with us that his blessed qualities will shine through us, especially in times when we are faced with difficult struggles in … more

My Visit to Honduras…Father Mike Barth, S.T. shares his experience.

On January 31, 2018, I departed from Maryland for my first official visit as General Custodian to our mission in Honduras. Joining me on this trip was Father Guy Wilson, S.T. Upon our arrival at the Toncontín International Airport, Father Guy and I were met by Fathers Alexis and Cesar who are currently missioned in … more

Father Aro shares news of his medical mission trip to the Philippines.

Often, Missionary Servant priests and Brothers are invited to participate in mission trips outside of their own mission assignments. Usually, it is in direct relationship with the relief efforts or special interests of the people for whom they serve. Recently, Father Aro Varnabas, S.T., participated in a medical mission trip to the Philippines. He was … more

“I THIRST”…The Healing Initiative—Recovery through Spirituality and Twelve Steps.

If you know someone who has a problem with addiction, you know what a terrible cross it can be. “Much of the addict’s suffering is spiritual,” says Keaton Douglas, head of our “I THIRST” program. This program has grown out of our Regional Recovery Initiative headed by Brother Joe Dudek, S.T., at our mission at … more

Lent…A Time to Repent & Reflect

As you receive the blessed ashes during Mass on Ash Wednesday – the day that marks the beginning of our holy season of Lent — remember what this holy symbol represents. These ashes serve to remind us of our own mortality and the ultimate sacrifice that our Lord Jesus Christ made for us. “For you … more

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