Browsing the March 2019 archive of Holy Trinity Newsletter

Fires of Love, Fires of Hell

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/29/19

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Save Us from the Fires of Hell [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/24/19

 

I was driving along Cohoes-Crescent Road on a Monday evening. Suddenly, I saw a blazing fire up on the hill to my left. Fear seized me at first but after a second or two I concluded that the fire was controlled. It must have been intentional burning of ... Read More »

Fasting? No meat? Where do I stand?

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/24/19

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Why I Give Something Up [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/20/19

I have a small list of sacrifices. On it are small, ordinary things I do each day or week out of love. Perhaps the hardest one each day is the first: getting up on time. Admittedly, this is often times the one I struggle with the most. Other ... Read More »

Off and Running

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/14/19

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Give It Up? [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/12/19

OK, what’s something that would be hard to give up, but not too hard?

That’s what goes through my head every year when Ash Wednesday comes around and it’s time to renew that distinctly Catholic tradition: Giving up something for Lent. In other words, I’ll take a little ... Read More »

The Broad View [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 3/12/19

“To thy own self be true.”

It’s a lovely saying, isn’t it? But sometimes I struggle with living it because I think, in many ways, I really don’t know myself all that well.

I would venture to assert that I’m not alone in this predicament.

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Are You Ready For Lent?

Posted by Kathy Kingsley on 3/11/19

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