Then and Now: The Legacy of Trinity Missions

One hundred years ago, when the first Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity promised to work to preserve the faith among the spiritually neglected and abandoned, they could never have imagined what their legacy would be.

Those first priests and Brothers could not have known the impact their faith would have on future generations. They could not have known that a century later, still more priests and Brothers would take their place to continue working for lasting change and offering hope to men and women in need.

While the Missionary Servants of 100 years ago may not recognize our world with its new technologies and social changes, they would recognize the same needs that they encountered in their time. They would see, as we do, the poor in spirit, those who mourn, and that hunger and thirst for righteousness.

One hundred years in, our mission is as vital now as it was when we first started.

And now, we have the opportunity to look back and celebrate the fruits of our labors. We can tell the story of our mission and rejoice for all that God has accomplished through the Missionary Servants. We can celebrate, too, the many benefactors and friends whose prayers and support are every bit as important to our mission.

In a time when the fault lines of our society have been exposed, we need to remember that there is still hope. If the last 100 years have taught us anything, it’s that no matter how dire a situation is, there is nothing that can’t be helped with the power of God’s healing touch.

Join us for our Centennial Anniversary kickoff to see why we continue to place our trust in God. Beginning Saturday, May 29, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. (all time zones) we’ll launch our virtual celebration. You’ll experience the joy of the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, who are just as dedicated to selfless service as those priests and Brothers who began our work 100 years ago.

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