Coming Up!

January 7 & 14
Saturday Suppers at Mt. Zion Hosted by Holy Trinity Parishioners (open slots!)

January 12
HT's Book Discussion Group will begin the new year with Black Elk: Colonialism and Lakota Catholicism by Damian Costello. Damian Costello has taken post-colonial studies to new and exciting heights with his book, Black Elk: Colonialism and Lakota Catholicism. Costello's work examines the life and thought of Black Elk situating this great American Indian figure within his complex cultural, religious, and historical context. Many previous studies on Black Elk see him simply as a paradigmatic American Indian religious leader. Unlike these one-sided studies, Costello takes a more nuanced look at Black Elk's life, employing a much broader view based on cutting edge historical and sociological research. Costello demonstrates that Catholicism was essential to Black Elk, permeating every aspect of his life. January 12 at 7:15pm over Zoom. For more information or to be added to the Zoom, please email parishioner Bob Stewart at

January 23
Women Who Stay: Catholic Women at Work (virtual) Register

February 21
Fat Tuesday Pancake Supper for the Weekend Suppers (Volunteers needed!)

March 19
Sr. Catherine Vincie "A View of the Liturgy: The Ideal and the Real"

March 31
Stations of the Cross hosted by the HT Migrant Familia

April 23
Annual Green Fair (Planning volunteers needed!)

Missed a speaker? Visit our CommuniTeas and Women Who Stay pages to be inspired!


Ways to Help

Direct service allows parishioners a chance to help, which is how St. Ignatius described service – nothing lofty, simply helping and working side-by-side with others. This kind of service allows us to form relationships, show solidarity, and learn and work with others, particularly the poor and vulnerable. It also allows us to share the life that God has given us.

Volunteer Guide