Parish Facts

The Jesuit traditions of educational excellence, the service of faith and the promotion of justice are alive and well at Holy Trinity.

Eucharist is celebrated seven times on Sunday and three times daily.

10,000 persons are registered in the parish; 3,600 families.

More than 600 parishioners serve as choir members, cantors, Eucharistic ministers, lectors, acolytes, and ushers at parish liturgies.

Holy Trinity educates more than 1,000 children annually through the Religious Education program and the elementary school.

Four to ten children are baptized each week at Holy Trinity.

An average of six weddings take place per month.

For the last 35 years, Holy Trinity has committed ten percent of its ordinary income to be spent on social justice programs (known as the Social Justice Tithe).

Since 2006, Holy Trinity has contributed more than $1,750,000 to nearly 50 agencies and organizations.

Holy Trinity School provides more than $600,000 in tuition assistance each year.  More than 50 low-income Holy Trinity School students have benefited from full tuition assistance provided by the Gavigan Fund.

[call out] Holy Trinity is the oldest Catholic church in continuous operation in Washington, DC.