Weekdays 7 AM & 9 AM
Saturday 8:30 AM & 5:30 PM
Sunday Schedule:
7:30 AM, 9 AM, 10:30 AM & 12 Noon


Saturday after the 8:30 AM Mass
Saturday Evenings from 4:30-5:00 PM
Also by Appointment

Served By:

Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Masiello

Rev. Anthony J. Randazzo

Rev. Matthew D. Looney
Rev. Msgr. Gerard McCarren, STD
Rev. Alex Pinto

Thomas A. Pluta
Keith T. Gibbons




Visio Divina: “Seeing Divine Through Amateur Photography”. A lecture by Fr. Anthony, June 10th at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. Summer refreshments will be served.


Federal Childhood Nutrition Act Up For Re-authorization 
The Peace & Justice Committee will hold its annual Offering of Letters event at both Holy Trinity and St. Helen's on the weekend of June 6-7.  The focus of this year’s campaign is childhood hunger, and our specific goal is to urge the Congress to reauthorize, without cuts, the Childhood Nutrition Act before the act expires on October 1st.  This act serves as an umbrella for five federal programs that support childhood nutrition, such as food stamps and in-school meals. We invite you to stop by after mass and write a letter to your representatives in Congress. You can also write a letter at home (see bulletin insert for instructions) and bring it with you to church next weekend.


To highlight the theme of the 2015 Letters campaign, the Committee also will host a panel presentation on Childhood Hunger in NJ  at 7:30pm on June 3d at Holy Trinity Parish Center.  Our panelists are Sharon Reilly-Tobin, Director of the Emergency Food & Nutrition Network for the Newark Archdiocese, and Diane Riley, Director of Advocacy for the Community Foodbank of New Jersey. This event is free and open to all who are concerned about this issue.



 Save the Date 

Next coffee is on June 14th

Thanks to all who hosted the May 24th coffee,

If you’d like to host a coffee in honor of someone’s birthday or any     special occasion or if you’d like to BRING A BAKED GOOD, please email





 For a complete list of upcoming news & events, click here

We, the parish family of the Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, joyfully celebrate around the table of the Lord Jesus Christ the love and the beauty of our God and who we are as people on a faith journey. Conscious of our baptismal call, we proclaim God’s Word, in fidelity to our tradition, to believer and non-believer alike. We seek to give prophetic witness to our faith by striving to be a servant community of welcome and hospitality, of reconciliation and forgiveness, of compassion and hope.

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