18 Trinity Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701 (914) 963-0720 Fr. George Oonnoonny, Pastor
Stations of the Cross: Fridays at 7:00 PM
Palm Sunday Weekend: Saturday, 5 PM Mass Sunday, 9:30 AM Mass with procession from Shrine
Holy Thursday, April 17: 7:00 PM Mass, Adoration until 11:00 PM
Good Friday, April 18: Lord's Passion - 3:00 PM
Holy Saturday, April 19: Blessing of Food - 1:00 and 3:00 PM Sacrament of Reconciliation - 1:30 PM Easter Vigil - 8:00 PM
Easter Sunday: Mass - 9:30 AM
Saturday, March 22nd: Mass - 5:00 PM
Sunday, March 23rd: Mass - 9:30 AM
(Masses offered by Fr. Andrew Apostoli, CFR) Monday, March 24th: 7:30 PM - Sacrament of Reconciliation
Tuesday, March 25th: 7:30 PM - Holy Mass (Feast of the Annunciation)
Wednesday, March 26th: 7:30 PM - Eucharistic Healing Service Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrement
******Grade School Reunion Cancelled******
St. Paddy's Day Dinner - Knights of Columbus Saturday, March 15th - after the 5:00 PM Mass
May Crowning - Sodality of Our Lady Sunday, May 4th during the 9:30 AM Mass
Golden Wedding Mass Celebration There will be two opportunities for celebration for couples married 50 years during 2014.
As a new tradition in Most Holy Trinity parish, registered parish
couples celebrating 50 years of marriage are asked to call the rectory
(963-0720) if they would like to participate in a celebratory Mass in
our church and a reception in our Parish Hall on June 1, 2014.
Also, there will also be an opportunity for celebration on June 14th
and 15th at the Cathedral of St. Patrick for couples married 50 years
during 2014. Those interested should call the rectory as soon as
possible to make reservations. If you choose not to attend the Mass
but would like to receive a certificate from the Family Life and Respect
Life Office, please call our rectory .
Your parish core group is nearing the finish line in
its work with the other parishes in our cluster - St. Bartholomew, Christ the
King, St. Anthony and Sacred Heart, for Making All Things New. If you
have questions or suggestions, please reach out to Father George, Marilyn
Montemurro, Jim Holodak, Steve Kubasek or Ray Barone.
It has been a valuable experience meeting and
working with so many wonderful people from our neighboring parishes and
learning the challenges we share as well as both similar and unique qualities
of each parish. Throughout this journey, we have tried to maintain an
optimistic approach, and through to the end of the project we maintain the
hope that we are able to work fro a strong future as part of the Archdiocese
of new York.
Now that our part of this work will soon be
completed, I think we can rest assured that we, as a group, have worked hard
and done our best to represent Most Holy Trinity in the cluster. We
would like to express our thanks for the support and cooperation we have
received from the faithful parishioners of Most Holy
Ray Barone, Parish Council
Take a look at the picture of the magnificent interior of Most Holy Trinity Church at the top of the page. The traditional church design by default makes it a very large space to heat. We all know how gas and oil prices have risen over the past years. BY FAR the biggest expense for the parish is supplying heat during services in the cold weather. If you are a parishioner please try to be generous with your heating envelope donations. If you're a friend of MHT and can afford to make a donation to the heating fund it would be greatly appreciated. If you donate by check please be sure to write 'heating fund' in the memo line of the check.
Since a large part of the grade school reunion celebration was a mass for the living and deceased attendees of Most Holy Trinity Grade School which included the full choir, our restored pipe organ and other guests the committee has decided to postpone the reunion to April 26, 2014. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your continued support. Re-mark your calendars for 4/26/2014 and continue to tell your friends!
Beginning Sunday, January 15th, 2012. Mass will be at 9:30 AM ONLY. The Saturday Vigil Mass remains at 5:00 PM.
About Most Holy Trinity
For over 100 years, Most Holy
Trinity R.C. Church has been committed
to serving Christ in our community. Like many churches, our parishioners are
the lifeline to parish activities. We come together for many occasions, and our
prayers, songs and helping hands are the heart of our Church.
We are also fortunate to have
the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal as our neighbors. In addition to
conducting our Mission,
they participate in many of our parish works. We collect non-perishable foods
for their personal use and for the use of the patrons of the Casa Juan Diego
and their Food Pantry.
Please join us for Sunday celebration and see how you can
be a part of our “family.”
To learn more about becoming a parishoner, learn more about the
organizations listed or to help
your community please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call (914) 963-0720 or join us at Mass.