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Save the date! Two will be ordained November 25, 2017.

This month we are most grateful for the two young men who will be ordained Missionary Servant priests and for those who have made it possible. Please keep Brothers Eder Quiñones and Gustavo Baloco in your thoughts and prayers on November 25, 2017. On that day at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Medellín, Colombia, surrounded by … more

30 Days, 30 All Souls Masses… Remember Deceased Loved Ones in Month of Masses

Do you have deceased friends and family members you’d like remembered? As an expression of appreciation for your friendship, we would like to remember them in 30 Masses (one Mass each day for 30 days) beginning November 1st. Send me their names, and we will join you in praying for their eternal rest. While we … more

Update from Puerto Rico

The people of Puerto Rico, especially those from our missions, along with our priests and Brothers serving them, want to thank all who have given so generously in support of their needs.  Please take this opportunity to see first-hand the difference we are making together.  Share this short slideshow with your friends and family.  Invite them to “love … more

Help Puerto Rico, Give Today!

Trinity Missions has had a presence in Puerto Rico since the earliest days of our Congregation’s founding. And, today five Trinity Missionaries serve in the Diocese of Fajardo – Humacao. These same five priests are responsible for three mission centers, one in Humacao and two in the area of Loíza. And, within each mission center … more

Surviving Hurricane Irma…Update from mission in Loíza, Puerto Rico

Our mission, St. Patrick and Holy Spirit Church, in Loíza, Puerto Rico, is the epicenter for this community’s relief efforts following hurricane Irma. Irma destroyed seventy-nine homes in Loiza. Due in part to an overwhelming sense of community felt by the Puerto Rican people and a shared faith in God’s restorative love, these families do … more

Missionary Servants Aid in Harvey Relief

Despite not having missions in Texas and the other areas affected by Hurricane Harvey, The Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, on behalf of its members, employees and friends, sent a generous donation to the Diocese of Galveston / Houston Catholic Charities for the relief efforts in the wake of this disaster. We ask that … more

Every Catholic…an Apostle!

Our seminarians at our formation house in Chicago created this colorful meme highlighting our founder, Father Judge’s words.  We invite you to copy and share.  Spread this simple reminder that, through our baptism, we are all called to be apostles. If you or someone you know is considering religious life, please contact one of our … more

Final Profession of Brothers Gustavo and Rámon/ Profesión Votos Perpetuos de Hermanos Gustavo y Rámon

Update from Haiti

After a little over two months in Haiti, Fathers Frank Conkle, S.T.,  and Jaime Serrano, S.T., have returned for a short rest as well as a time for evaluation and assessment.  Their initial days in Haiti were spent in collaboration with members of the Vincentian Family Haiti Initiative.   Both spent most days learning Kreyol and … more

First Vows, the First Step in a Life-Changing Journey.

As Brothers Ramon and Gustavo come to the end of their journey to priesthood, one young man is beginning his. Brother Pierre Richard Andral will profess for the first time his vows of poverty, chastity and obedience at our mission in Mexico. Brother Pierre is very eager to make this commitment. The First Profession of … more