Holy Trinity is a smaller, neighborhood parish in Atwater Village, Los Angeles, California. The parish was established in 1925. Our church building seats about 350 people, and has retained many traditional styles that make Catholic churches distinctive and reflect our parishioners' intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and His Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament.
We serve Catholics and the community at large by offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass daily, operating the parish school, and involving our parishioners in many ministries and apostolates. We hope this site will help to familiarize you with our community and those who serve you.
Weekend (Sunday Obligation)
Sunday: 7:30am,9:00am,10:30am,12:00pm, 1:30pm (Español), 5pm
6:45am, 8:00am and 7:00pm
*No 6:45am Mass on Wednesday
Holy Day & Vigils
7:00pm, As announced
Wednesday: After 7:00pm mass
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time was $9,964.35.
The week of the Baptism of the Lord was, $8,733.00
Together in Mission: As of today we have received $31,802.00 in pledges. We are doing very
well, let us keep the momentum going. If you have not done so, please
turn in your pledges today. May God reward your generosity.
PARISH OFFICE HOURS: Our parish office hours are as follows. M-Thu 8:30am-12:30pm, 2pm-6pm. Fri & Sat- 8:30am-12:30pm Sun- Closed
6:45 AM MASS SCHEDULE FOR THE COMING WEEK:
We will have 6:45am mass this week on Tuesday April 19th.
As of June 1st, we will no longer have the 6:45am weekday mass. We will continue to have the 8am& 7pm weekday masses
SCHOOL USE OF THE CHURCH PARKING LOT:
On Tuesdays and Thursdays the students at Holy Trinity School have their PE classes starting at 9am. For the safety of our students, we are asking that on Tuesdays and Thursday all cars be removed from the parking lot by 8:50am. If you will stay in the Church after 8:50am, we ask that you please park on the street. We thank you for helping our students keep safe.
To My Holy Trinity Family:
Today we celebrate the World Day of Prayer
For Vocations. All Catholics across the world are invited to spend some time in prayer today praying for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life. We are all vocation directors. All of us need to encourage vocations in our families. When I was the Vocation Director for the San Gabriel Region, I heard too often from men in discernment that their family did not support them wanting to become a priest. We need to encourage young men that want to become priests. There is no greater life than to serve the Lord in whatever capacity Jesus is calling us to do.
We are doing really well in our 2016 Together In Mission Campaign. Our parish goal for the year was $31,100.00. As of last week, we have paid $23,450.66. We still owe $7,649.34. Overall we have pledged as a parish $33,311.00. We are 75.4% to our goal. Keep up the good work. I know that as a parish we can meet our goal this year. As always, may God continue to bless our generosity.
A long standing parishioner Bette McMahon Hawkins was called home to the Lord. Her funeral mass was held on Holy Saturday at St. Anne’s maternity where she volunteered for over 45 years. She was married at Holy Trinity parish in 1936. She was a regular at our 10:30am mass. She sat in the back with her wonderful caregiver. All three of their children made their sacraments at Holy Trinity and her son Jimmy was from the first graduating class from Holy Trinity School. She was honored by councilman Tom LaBonge on her 95th birthday for all the work she had done in our neighborhood over the years. She was 6 days shy of her 100th birthday. May God bring her home to heaven.
Our school is doing extremely well on one campus. The laughter and joy from having everyone on one campus is wonderful to hear. We will need access to the parking lot more during the school day. On Tuesdays and Thursdays we need to have the Church parking lot cleared by 8:50am. P.E. classes will begin at 9am on those days. We thank you for accommodating. If you will be in the Church post 8:50am, I ask that you please park in the street.
We are still basking in the joy of the Easer season.
We are truly people of the resurrection. Let us never loose sight that we all belong to the Risen Christ.