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2024 Calendar of Events

January 17      HT Green Team: Why Our Food Matters  Register

January 20     What If Series Register

January 28     Monthly Food Collections for SOME, GMC & Fr. McKenna Sign Up

January 29    Prison Visit with Frederick Douglass Project- FULL

February 3     Saturday Supper Service at Mt. Zion Sign Up

February 7     Black History Month Presentation featuring author Caroll Gibbs and performances by students of Duke Ellington School for the Performing Arts

February 23  Contemporary Stations of the Cross with the Order of Malta

February 25   Tax Support Class for Migrant Familia & Friends Volunteers Needed

February 26  Prison Visit with Frederick Douglass Project Register

March 1         Contemporary Stations of the Cross with the Migrant Familia RSVP

March 2        Saturday Supper Service at Mt. Zion Sign Up

March 3        Women Who Stay: Dr. Jaime Waters RSVP

March 9        Saturday Supper Service at Mt. Zion Sign Up

March 16      Migrant Familia Mentor Orientation

Black Catholic History at Holy Trinity

Over the past year, a group of parishioners have been researching and publishing articles on the role of slavery, segregation, and race in Holy Trinity’s history. This special bulletin issue highlights excerpts of this important work and profiles on U.S. Black Catholic candidates for sainthood, as well as further invitations to pray and learn. The full history series may be found at the Holy Trinity History page.


The HT History Team joyfully welcomed Fr. Ray Kemp, Dena Grant, Sybil Williams, and Linda Gray to our parish on November 5 in celebration of Black History Month. Panelists shared reflections about the establishment of Black Catholic churches in DC. HT Committee members Paul Maco and Bernie Cook were also on the panel. Thanks to Paul and Lisa Maco the discussion was recorded and is available here.


Stay up to date on legislative and policy issues by signing up for action alerts from USCCB's Justice for ImmigrantsIgnatian Solidarity Network, and Jesuit Refugee Service. Holy Trinity has formed an Advocacy Team to address the root causes of social injustice. If you are interested in learning about local advocacy actions addressing affordable housing, immigration, and climate, please email aklick@trinity.org to be added to the distribution list.

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Parishioners for Others

Slavery, Segregation, and Race in Our Parish
We invite Holy Trinity parishioners and others to learn more about the role of slavery, segregation, and race in Holy Trinity’s history. We hope that, in throwing more light on our parish’s past, our work will open doors to reflecting on that past and on its implications for our present, and inspire our daily interactions with others. Visit our website to read the articles.

ADW Department of Life Issues
The Pro-Life Office was established in 1990 to promote a greater respect for human life and to be a catalyst for advocacy, education, evangelization, direct assistance and spiritual efforts on behalf of God’s great gift of human life and human love. The Office of Life Issues continues to advocate for the life and dignity of the human person through the Rally and Mass for Life, partnerships with parishes and community agencies, and legislative action through the Maryland Catholic Conference.