The plague of hunger doesn’t just affect those in other countries, but here in our own nation as well. Many Americans are struggling to make ends meet.
Here in Chicago, Trinity Missions helps to feed the hungry through the ministry of St. James Food Pantry. Under the leadership of Fr. John, the pantry’s dedicated group of volunteers helps visitors pick out nutritious food for themselves and those under their care.
Each and every one of us is called by God to make His love known in the world. Some are called to do so as parents, others as priests and religious.
But how do you know your specific calling? What is your mission?
A diamond jubilee is cause for celebration, and so we celebrate this momentous occasion for Bill Coombs, S.T., Ed Molumby, S.T., and Victor Seidel, S.T. As Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, they have accepted the call to preserve the Faith among the spiritually neglected and abandoned.
We realize how much God has blessed Trinity Missions during the past 100 years. From our founding by Fr. Thomas Augustine Judge to the 37 missions in the United States (including Puerto Rico), Colombia, Costa Rica, Haiti, Honduras and Mexico, we have traveled into the “tangled vineyard” to help the abandoned and the poor.