Fr. Mike’s Monthly Letter
May the grace and peace of the Holy Spirit be with us forever. From January 6–13, 2020, Fr. Rafael Pisso, S.T., and I will travel to Rome to attend The Vincentian Family Moving Forward Symposium at the invitation of the Vincentian Family. We will be representing the Cenacle Family as well as our branch in […]
Here’s Why The Catholic Church Must Become A Power for Good
Studies show that the median age in which young people are leaving the Catholic faith is thirteen years old. This is startling information that should move every adult Catholic to action. In order to pass the beauty of the Catholic faith on to the next generation, we must work diligently to share the love of […]
Ministering to Youth Involved in Gangs
“You, Fr. Stan, would have been a great daddy.” That’s not a statement we priests and Brothers are used to hearing! But that’s exactly what one young man told me. My ministry is counseling youth involved in gangs or who are otherwise considered “at risk” in a difficult and violent area of South Los Angeles, […]
We Need a Religious, Moral and Humanitarian Response to the Immigration Crisis
While there are several issues that are of great importance in our day, there is none more global and far reaching for many of us as Missionary Servants than the humanitarian crisis unfolding with regard to undocumented people. Whether we are ministering in the United States, Colombia, Honduras, Haiti or Mexico, this issue is one […]
Welcome post
May the grace and peace of the Holy Spirit be with us forever. Welcome to Trinity Missions’ new website! I hope it allows you to enjoy an even richer and deeper connection with us. We’ve rebuilt our website from the ground up to make it easy for you to find all the great content we […]