Message from Father James Nash:


Dear Friends,


​In these challenging times as we all try to cope with the Coronavirus pandemic, Bishop Bambera had to make the painful decision to limit the attendance of public Masses. Public gatherings must be avoided as often as possible. Bishop Bambera said, “It deeply saddens me to take this temporary action, knowing the depth of your faith and your desire to celebrate the Holy Eucharist on a regular basis. In light of continued concerns surrounding COVID-19, and upon the advice of medical experts, it is clear that we, as a faith community, must do our part in order to help slow the spread of this virus.”

The Main Site (Holy Trinity Church) will remain open daily from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM for individual private prayer. 

We are  live-streaming Daily and Weekend Mass on Facebook and also uploading the footage to our parish’s YouTube account. For those of you who are already active on Facebook, you can find the live-stream here on the page. For those who do not have Facebook accounts, you can access footage of the Masses by subscribing to our YouTube channel. Please note: Daily Masses may not be live-streamed at the scheduled time. Weekend Mass will be live-streamed at 4:00 PM on Saturdays. After the Live-stream, it will be posted to our Parish’s YouTube Account.
We know this is not a perfect solution to this crisis, but we will do our best to still bring Mass to the faithful of our parish. Thank you and God Bless.


Peace,

Fr. Jim


Statement of Bishop Joseph C. Bambera Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines
“The COVID-19 pandemic has caused tremendous grief and fear in our country and world over the last year, leaving more than 500,000 dead in the United States alone.
“I want to be clear and concise in my pastoral guidance regarding COVID-19 vaccines.
Given the grave danger this virus poses, it is morally acceptable to receive any of the current COVID-19 vaccines that have been determined to be clinically safe and effective.
This position is supported by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
“People should not delay getting a vaccine. Receiving a vaccine not only protects an individual’s health but also serves the common good by protecting the community – including the weak and vulnerable.
“While fully recognizing the complex moral and ethical issues involved in vaccine development, at this time, most people are not being given a true choice of which vaccine they receive, and likely won’t be able to make such a choice without a lengthy delay.
“Given that risk to public health, the faithful can in good conscience receive any of the current vaccines.”

Due to Covid-19 virus, we have had to cancel or postpone indefinitely the majority of our events and gatherings.  The parish is happy to offer the Mass online throughout this time. 
​Click the link below to view the parish Youtube page.

Message from Fr. James Nash: 
Dear Friends, In these challenging times as we all try to cope with the Coronavirus pandemic, Bishop Bambera had to make the painful decision to suspended the celebration of public Masses. Public gatherings need to be avoided as often as possible. Bishop Bambera said, “It deeply saddens me to take this temporary action, knowing the depth of your faith and your desire to celebrate the Holy Eucharist on a regular basis. In light of continued concerns surrounding COVID-19, and upon the advice of medical experts, it is clear that we, as a faith community, must do our part in order to help slow the spread of this virus.” The Main Site (Holy Trinity Church) will remain open daily from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM for individual private prayer. While we will not be having Mass to the public, starting on Wednesday, we will be live-streaming Daily and Weekend Mass on Facebook and also uploading the footage to our parish’s YouTube account. For those of you who are already active on Facebook, you can find the live-stream here on the page. For those who do not have Facebook accounts, you can access footage of the Masses by subscribing to our YouTube channel. Please note: Daily Masses may not be live-streamed at the scheduled time. Weekend Mass will be live-streamed at 4:00 PM on Saturdays. After the Live-stream, it will be posted to our Parish’s YouTube Account. Not everyone who wants to attend Mass has access to the Internet. If you have a friend, neighbor or relative that you are already in close contact with, please consider visiting with them so they can see the Mass whether live or after it has been posted. We know this is not a perfect solution to this crisis, but we will do our best to still bring Mass to the faithful of our parish. Thank you and God Bless. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMYBE2niq4hrxsiqYTiNlTQ

Parish of Saint Faustina