As you probably are aware, our Bishop has determined to begin public Masses again in our diocese on May 15th (Bishop Burbidge has now asked us, along with all the parishes in Prince William, Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington and Alexandria to wait two more w ...
Virginians cowered in fear from the coronavirus and followed the Governor’s
‘stay-at-home’ unconstitutional executive order, the Governor took the
opportunity to offend every Christian in our state – and country. In addition to class ...
I hope all
of you are not just managing, but thriving in the midst of this coronavirus.
I mean spiritually growing in personal prayer and family prayer. I heard a couple of weeks ago of one family
that prays t ...
those who would say that the Catholic Church has been dominated by men to the
detriment of women. April 29th
is the feast day of a saint that gives us contrary historical evidence.
Catherine of Siena lived from 1347-1380 in ...
Thank you to those who helped with
Easter Triduum this year. Whether with
decorations, music serving Mass and liturgies, thank you. Particularly, thank you to our dedicated
persons who took care of the live streaming.
Today we celebrate t ...
How has the
last week been for everyone? It is a
week that will be remembered for many years I would think. A microscopic germ has turned the world
upside down. A world far advanced to any
one before it. Yet, how quickly can the
begin our parish mission as Monsignor Charles Mangan preaches all of our
Masses. Monsignor Mangan has written and
spoken much on Jesus, Our Lady and St. Joseph.
It is fitting that he will preach the mission to culminate with the
Thank you to everyone who took time last Sunday to thank Deacon Scott Ross for his many hours of humble service to Our Lord and His people at Holy Trinity! Please keep him and his family in your prayers as they relocate to South Carolina.
Recently, I wa ...
everyone’s Lent has begun very prayerfully, penitently and charitably!
Lent is an
awesome season to pull back from the world, its pleasures, its technology and
its myriad of activities. In so doing,
we are able to focus the true meani ...
You may have
noticed large plastic sheets on the walls of the northern transept last
week. Simply put: there has been water
damage; the caulking used with the precast concrete has disintegrated. The caulking has been repaired which means we