Lent 2022

Schedule

Ash Wednesday
8:00am  Mass with Distribution of Ashes (Watch Livestream)
5:30pm  Mass with Distribution of Ashes
7:30pm   Sung Vespers with Distribution of Ashes  (David Pennington, Lay Presider)

All liturgies are celebrated in the main Church.

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays, 4:30-5:15pm, Chapel
Confessions are celebrated at 4:30-5:15pm in the Chapel of St. Ignatius. Rather than entering through the main chapel doors, please continue into the East Garden using the path and use the single door on the left to enter.
Guide to Confession

Stations of the Cross
Friday, April 8, 6:30pm, Church
Hosted by the Holy Trinity Migrant Team

Activities

A Lenten Afternoon of Word and Song
Sunday, 27 March at 2:00pm, Church
Holy Trinity Music Ministry invites you to come and be fed spiritually by readings from authors such as Pope Francis, Thomas Merton, and Karl Barth.  Be fed musically by the singing of Lenten hymns, by choral anthems sung by the Holy Trinity Triduum Choir, and by organ music written by composers from J.S. Bach to Samuel Barber, along with organ and bassoon music. Featured will be Dr. Kathleen DeJardin, Director of Music and Conductor, Matthew Ogden, Associate Director of Music and Bassoonist, and Rev. James Brobst, OMI, organ, and Holy Trinity lectors.  All are invited to this Lenten afternoon of word and song.

Trinity Faith Sharing - Small Groups for Lent
Eight sessions beginning the week of March 6
Register by February 28
Holy Trinity parishioners are invited to participate in a small faith sharing group this Lent and Easter. Trinity Faith Sharing groups offer parishioners a chance to meet in a small group to discuss the Sunday scriptures and the ways they intersect with our lives. Six groups will meet for eight sessions. Some groups are in person and some are on Zoom. For more information, including dates and times, please visit the Faith Sharing Groups webpage

Praying in Sacred Space
Lenten Saturdays, 4-5pm, Zoom
All are invited to prepare for Easter and encounter the Lenten scriptures in a way St. Ignatius introduces us to in the Spiritual Exercises. During the hour, savor the contemplative silence and share with others who are seeking God’s presence during this time of returning to the Lord. Come to one session or all — no preparation necessary. All are welcome! Register here for the Zoom link. For more information, contact Catherine Heinhold at cheinhold@trinity.org.

Prayers
Forty-five individuals are making the Setting Captives Free: Racism, I and You, and God's Liberating Grace retreat this Lenten season. Our parish prayer for them is that they may receive the graces of revelation, contrition, sorrow and transformation into the likeness of Christ.