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  • Welcome to Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church

    Welcome to Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church

  • A Parish Built on Tradition and Open to All

    A Parish Built on Tradition and Open to All


Mass Schedule

Monday - Wednesday & Friday 8:00 AM in Dom Bozy
Saturday Vigil Mass 5:00 PM
Sunday Mass 10:00 AM

For additional mass times and liturgical celebrations, particularly during the Seasons of Advent and Lent, please consult the parish bulletin.

Confession Schedule

Saturday Evening Confessions are heard at 4:15 PM on Saturday, prior to the 5:00 PM Mass.

Other times by appointment. Please call the parish office. For additional confession times during the Seasons of Advent and Lent, please consult the parish bulletin.

Sacrament of Baptism

Our Parish offers a special pre-Baptism preparation program for parents who desire to share their faith with their children. Parents must attend this class. Please call the rectory to sign up. Godparents must be confirmed and practicing Catholics. Non-parishioners are required to have a Letter of Recommendation to serve as a sponsor.

Sacrament of the Sick

Holy Trinity is grateful to know if there is a person you feel should be on our bulletin prayer list (please submit in writing), or who would benefit by a visit from a Eucharistic Minister or anointing by a priest. Please ask the individual to call the rectory office (814) 456-0671 with that request, or have an immediate family member do so. Please remember hospitals, nursing care facilities, and other medical facilities do not contact the rectory in regards to someone's health. The Sacrament of the Sick is available to all in need of healing.

Clergy appointments related to pastoral planning

The Most Rev. Lawrence T. Persico, bishop of Erie, has announced the most significant round of new appointments for clergy since the diocese was founded in 1853.

Even some parishes that were not assigned a change when final restructuring decisions were announced are receiving new pastors. Nearly half of the active priests in the diocese are taking on new assignments.

“I have been so impressed by the generosity of our priests,” Bishop Persico said during the week in which he met with clergy individually to discuss their new assignments. “I saw, first-hand, how willing they are to put the needs of the people above their own needs.”

The bishop and the Priest Personnel Committee, under the direction of Vicar General Msgr. Robert Smith, spent months crafting and refining the best possible configuration of clergy assignments. Factors including illness and retirements impacted the plan significantly. But assignments were made public at parishes the weekend of January 14-15, 2017.