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How to Have a Good Summer Vacation [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/19/19

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How to Have a Good Summer Vacation [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/14/19

  I have memories of the bell ringing on the final day of school and the giddy feeling that the drudgery of the school year was over and the freedom of summer finally beckoned. Many of us kids looked forward to simply doing nothing for a change. After so ... Read More »

Being a Good Samaritan [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/11/19

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Go and Do Likewise [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/10/19

The Gospel reading for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Luke 10:25-37 Year C) is the parable of ‘The Good Samaritan’. I suppose the first time I ever heard Jesus’ parable I was just a child. At the time, and I can’t really say how much it resonated ... Read More »

Happy 4th of July! [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/03/19

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Children and the Gift of Joy

Posted by Holy Trinity on 7/01/19

Last month, my oldest son Vito (age 11) performed at the Times Union Center as part of the American Young Voices concert. For those not familiar with the event, thousands of students from area schools all practice the same songs, then get together for a “one night only” ... Read More »

Getting to the heart of the matter [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 6/27/19

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The Heart of the Matter [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 6/25/19

 

The shortest sentence in the whole Bible is only three words: “And Jesus wept” (John 11: 35).  It’s when Our Lord visits the grave of his dear friend, Lazarus, who has been dead for four days.  While succinct, the words give us much to ponder.  Here we ... Read More »

Corpus Christi: What Does It Mean for Us? [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 6/20/19

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Corpus Christi: What Does It Mean for Us? [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 6/20/19

 

One of the greatest Catholic novelists and short-story writers of the twentieth century, Flannery O’Connor, once said of the Eucharist, “Well, if it’s a symbol, to hell with it.”

O’Connor minced no words and her comment cuts to the core of our faith and life regarding the ... Read More »