As a parish founded by St. John Neumann and dedicated to the Holy Trinity, we worship the Father, Son and Holy Spirit in the celebration of the Liturgy. Through Word and Sacrament, we are then given the strength to go forth to live out our faith in our daily lives, bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ to all we encounter.

  • Fr. Stephen Kelley, Pastor
  • Sr. Anna Cosgrave, OSF –  Pastoral Assistant
  • Melissa Horn, Office Administrator
  • Deacon Jim Doyle, Permanent Deacon, retired

Many of Fr. Kelley’s homilies are available via his blog.


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This weekend we celebrate Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord – the celebration that begins Holy Week,
with Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem, and ends with his horrific crucifixion and burial.

Palm branches will be blessed at this weekend’s mass,
which will be live-streamed Saturday evening at 5pm, and available to watch on Sunday.

Text and Readings of the Mass – 2020-04-05

Per the liturgical instructions from the Bishop…
**Palms will be available after the coronavirus restrictions are lifted, and the Bishop gives permission.**

Another update will be coming shortly announcing the schedule of events for Holy Week.

Please continue to pray, and to read and meditate on devotional readings and the Holy Scriptures.
Make the intention to unite your sufferings to those of Christ on the cross
for an increased outpouring of grace (peace and healing) into our suffering world.
With a greater union with Christ in the passion of the cross, comes a greater union with Christ in the glory of God’s grace.
Deny yourself, pick up your cross, and follow Him…
Welcome to Holy Week! God bless you!


Live-Streaming and Videos of Mass:

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We will continue to stream through Facebook Live.

You DO NOT need to have Facebook to watch the video.
Watch videos by clicking -> facebook.com/htparish/


Please pray for those who are ill, those who are vulnerable, and those who have died.
And let us pray that the LORD may inspire those in medical research
to heal those who are ill, and to prevent the spread of the virus.


Holy Trinity Church, Saint Peter’s Church, and Our Lady of the Angels School
are not part of the bankruptcy process of the Diocese.
All donations and gifts given to the parish or school
go DIRECTLY to the benefit of the parish or school.

The diocesan offices and ministries will continue to operate
and support the needs of parishes, the faithful, and needy
while the Diocese financially restructures.

Please join us in prayer for victims of abuse, particularly those who suffered abuse
by clergy, employees, and volunteers in the Church’s ministry.

Please pray also for those who have been scandalized by the abuse crisis,
particularly those who suffer a crisis of faith in God, in Christ, in the Church,
or left the Church and the reception of the Holy Sacraments.

Please pray also for Bishop Gainer and the administration of the diocese,
as they seek to provide support and justice to the victims,

as well as providing for the ministry of the Diocese of Harrisburg to the faithful and needy.


  Holy Trinity has signed up with Parish Giving to offer online giving to our parishioners and visitors through their computer, tablet, or smartphone!

You can click on the link to be taken to their page to sign up (or just do a one-time donation),
or you can find “Parish Giving” in the Google Play Store (app by John Hartmann) or Apple App Store (app by John Patrick)!


Go to our Facebook page: facebook.com/htparish

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