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 Holy Trinity Church

 
 
Greenfield, Massachusetts  
   Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield

 Founded in 1868  -  "The Mother Church of Franklin County"

 
   
 

Welcome to our Parish Website !

We are a diverse community which shares a faith in Jesus Christ,  is nourished at the table of 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!

 

Welcome Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski
9th Bishop of Springfield

Bishop Rozanski's biography

Read what the Observer had to say here

 

Please pray for the Holy Father !

 

 

 

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 

Father Franklin A. Darling, Pastor Emeritus of Holy Trinity Church (1985 - 1998)
who died following a brief illness on November 7, 2011.

Wake:  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 Trinity Church
 with Most Reverend Bishop Timothy McDonnell, principal celebrant

Burial:  Calvary Cemetery

Recorder Obituary             Kostanski Funeral Home         

News article from Fr. Darling's 50th Anniversary                  Fr. Darling Photo Galleries

 

 

9/11 The Catholic Church Remembers - Visit this site by the US Catholic Bishops with reflections on the worst terrorist attack on the US and one of the deadliest days on American soil.

"... God of peace, bring your peace to our violent world:
peace in the hearts of all men and women
and peace among the nations of the earth.
Turn to your way of love
those whose hearts and minds
are consumed with hatred..." 

"...Comfort and console us,
strengthen us in hope,
and give us the wisdom and courage
to work tirelessly for a world
where true peace and love reign
among nations and in the hearts of all."

From Pope Benedict's Prayer at Ground Zero April 2008

 

  

Parish Prayer Tree

If you have prayer intentions, please call or email the Parish Office. 
Your intentions will be added to the chain.

 

 

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