Browsing the September 2019 archive of Holy Trinity Newsletter

Messengers (plus guest speaker this Sunday) [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/28/19

Check out this week's e-newsletter: Messengers (plus guest speaker this Sunday)

“Morgan, Deli” [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/24/19

I suppose I had known him for my whole life, but I first met him when I was a freshman in college.  I was working as a cashier at Price Chopper.  When I was in the middle of an order, someone came up to me and hastily handed me ... Read More »

Kicking Off the "Faith and Fellowship" Series... [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/19/19

Check out our new E-Newsletter! Kicking Off the "Faith and Fellowship" Series... 

What are the Knights of Columbus? [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/18/19

  Its members carry swords and wear funny hats with feathers. They make delicious doughnuts for us to eat after Mass. There’s a hall in town they meet at.   For some of you, that may be all you really know about the Knights of Columbus. Everyone has heard ... Read More »

The Gift of Godparents [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/12/19

Check out our new E-Newsletter! The Gift of Godparents

Godparents: An Example of God’s Overflowing Generosity [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/09/19

When my son was born, my husband and I were trying to figure out why he never slept, why he was having trouble eating, why he seemed perpetually uncomfortable or upset. One of the few things we knew for sure was that we wanted him to be baptized. As it ... Read More »

Why I Keep Learning [E-Newsletter]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/05/19

Check out our new E-Newsletter! Why I Keep Learning

Why I Keep Learning [Parishioner Reflection]

Posted by Holy Trinity on 9/05/19

Labor Day has come and gone and, for better or worse, summer is now unofficially over. Schools across the nation are opening and here in New York, this week marks the first day of school for most. 

I’ve always found it a bittersweet time. The relaxing, warm, unstructured (or ... Read More »