We are a diverse
community which shares a faith in Jesus Christ, is nourished
at the table of the Eucharist, celebrates life-giving
and healing Sacraments, tries to live the beatitudes, and reaches
out in service, together. Please enjoy our site and join us,
in person, on our faith journey.
We welcome you, the
traveler, the visitor, our faithful parishioner and you who have
been away from the practice of our faith.
All are welcome!
Pastoral Letter "Return to Better, Our Road to Emmaus"
established a secure online giving system for our parish
which can be accessed
by clicking the button
here or at
the top of the left hand menu. The process is easy to
follow. If you need more help the vendor has provided
instructional videos with
step by step instructions.
pleased to announce that we have installed Ultra-Violet
lights into our Air Conditioning system to purify the
recirculated air in the Church. It should remove 99.5%
of allergens and viruses. The work was done by ARCTIC
Expect the following when you come to Mass:
Masks will be required, please bring your own. Also
please provide your own hand sanitizer if you need it.
We will have some available.
We will be closing some pews and will be asking you to maintain 6 ft
distancing guidelines entering,
exiting and during the distribution of Communion.
Communion in the hand only.
Families may sit together.
There will not be a sign of peace.
There will be no distribution of the Precious Blood
Holy Water fonts will remain empty.
Additional instructions will be given prior to the start of Mass.
Additional Ushers/Volunteers will be helping with adherence to
The Bishop has extended the general dispensation to attend Sunday
Our Greenfield Catholic
Community Prayer Chains are available for anyone.
Fr. Timothy Campoli assumed the Pastorate of Holy
Trinity Parish on July 1st.
Fr. Campoli continues as pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish here in
While the two Greenfield parishes will continue their current
collaboration in a number of areas,
each remains a separate, independent, parish. A number of
retired priests, well known to
Holy Trinity Parishioners, will be assisting Fr. Campoli by covering
weekend Masses etc.
Fr. Timothy Campoli, (L), and Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, (R),
Celebrate the Retirement of our Beloved Pastor,
Msgr. Ronald G. Yargeau, Center. June 11, 2017
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
2016 10:30 AM
REVEREND MITCHELL THOMAS ROZANSKI
Bishop of Springfield
Bishop Rozanski was the principal celebrant at the Mass of
Re-Dedication of Holy Trinity
Church Greenfield. Clergy L/R Deacon Paul DeCarlo, Fr, John Roach,
Timothy McDonnell, Msgr. Ronald Yargeau, Fr. Timothy Campoli, Bishop
and Deacon Joe Bete. Jan 31, 2016
Read what iobserve had
to say here.
Read what the Recorder had to say
Reel” the Diocese of Springfield’s weekly television newsmagazine is
to cover the story on Saturday February 13th at 7 on WWLP-22NEWS.
Our Newly Renovated
Church is Open
Please Join Us !
what the Recorder has to say
about our renovation
Send forth your Spirit O Lord,
and renew the face of the earth !
With sadness for our loss, but
confident in the promise of the Resurrection
we announce the passing of
A. Darling, Pastor Emeritus of Holy Trinity Church (1985
who died following a brief illness on November 7, 2011.
Friday, November 11, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Church
followed by a 7:00 p.m. Vigil Service.
Funeral Mass: Saturday, November 12 , 10:00 a.m., at Holy
with Most Reverend Bishop Timothy McDonnell, principal celebrant