Holy Trinity is a Catholic parish sponsored by the Society of Jesus. We share the Society's mission to serve the faith and to promote justice. As disciples of Christ, we seek to be transformed by the Holy Spirit through our celebration of Eucharist and our practice of Ignatian spirituality into a welcoming and prayerful community that shares God's life and love with each other and the world. Founded and administered by the Jesuits since 1794, Holy Trinity is the oldest Church in continuous operation in the Nation's Capital.




Planning for Holy Trinity's  “Hard Hats and High Heels” Annual Auction (March 21st) is underway! We need your help in soliciting some great auction items and building an exciting event!  Download the 2015 Auction Donation Form and the 2015 Auction Donation Solicitation Letter or click here for more information.

This discussion series will continue on February 10th, 7pm, McKenna with Why is the Cross so important for Catholics? How should we understand it?  This lecture will complement the preceding ones, drawing from the earlier lectures regarding the interior attitude of sin that needs to be reversed, the experience of God as compassion, and the ways in which the kingdom of God can be established in the face of evil in the world. Consult Monika Hellwig, Understanding Catholicism, pp. 83-102. Parking is available at Visitation.

Updated versions of the proposed architectural drawings and the schedule  for the renovation of Holy Trinity's buildings are now available.

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