EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION

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

RECONCILIATION

Saturday after the 8:30 AM Mass
Saturday Evenings from 4:30-5:30 PM
Also by Appointment
908-232-8137

Served By:

PASTOR
Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Masiello

PAROCHIAL ASSISTANT
Fr. Andres (Andy) J. Reyes

PERMANENT DEACONS
Thomas A. Pluta
Keith T. Gibbons

WEEKEND ASSISTANTS
Rev. Matthew D. Looney
Rev. Msgr. Gerard H. McCarren

 


 

Bible Basics with Brother Bill LeVigne

Learn about how and when the books of the Bible were written and about the history of the time the Scriptures were being written.  Join us on three Monday evenings (October 20, 27 and November 3rd) from 7:15 to 8:45 PM or on Tuesday mornings October 21, 28 and November 4th) from 9:45 to 11:15 AM.  All presentations are in the Parish Center.    

Advent Series - The Infancy Narratives with Brother Bill LeVigne

A great way to get into the Christmas Spirit - learn more about the wonderous events surrounding the birth of the Messiah as described by two Gospel writers - Matthew and Luke.  Explore the significant connections between the Old Testament and these two Gospels about he birth of the Savior.  Join us on three Tuesdays (December 2, 9 and 16) from 9:45 to 11:15 7:15 AM or 7:15 to 8:45 PM.  All presentations are in the Parish Center

 

Fair Trade Sale

 

Get Your Christmas Shopping Done Early

 

 

The Peace and Justice Committee of Holy Trinity and St. Helen's will be holding its annual Fair Trade Sale at the Holy Trinity Parish Center on October 25 (2-7 pm) & 26 (8:30am-3:00pm).

 

The sale will move to St. Helen's for the weekend of November 1 & 2.

 

The sale features handcrafted items from third world countries, including scarves, jewelry, ornaments and other decorative items. We will also be selling delicious coffee and chocolate. These make excellent holiday gifts, so come and shop with us! When you purchase goods at the Fair Trade Sale, you help ensure that third world artisans and farmers receive fair compensation for their labor, which helps to lift them out of poverty. 

 

 

 

46 Year Old Westfield Father of 4 In Need of a Kidney Transplant

 

Andrew Gibbs, an active member of our community and father of 4 young children, is suffering from a genetic disease which has caused the gradual loss of his kidney function.  He is on the transplant list but there is a 4-5 year wait and he will likely require debilitating dialysis treatment in the near future.  Living donation is the best medical option and would allow Andy to regain his health and live an active life.  Donation involves testing and a minimally invasive laparoscopic procedure, with all medical expenses covered by Andy's health insurance.  If anyone is interested in providing this important gift of life to Andy, they can contact his wife Sue at (908)400-3471 or call Ms. Carol Coumbis at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at (732)253-3699.  Ms. Coumbis can answer questions regarding the testing and procedure. 

Thank you for your kind consideration.

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*** 2015 MASS BOOK ***

 The 2015 MASS BOOK will OPEN on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, from 9:30 A.M. to Noon. No other times will be available that day! 

 As in past years, in the interest of fairness to all, and to allow for a greater choice of dates and times, no individual will be permitted to take more than FIVE (5) Masses at any time [only one (1) of which can be a Sunday Mass]. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated!

  

  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 cmkenney1@verizon.net

 


 

 

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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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