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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   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!
 

Bishop announces the end of Sunday Mass obligation dispensation

 

Real to Reel - Expanded List of Credibly Accused 6-2-2021

 

Get the report here

 

Bishop Byrne's Letter on Taxpayer Funded Abortion 

 

 

St Michael's Parish, Brattleboro VT to Offer Summer Camp/Program

Grades 1-8 day camp
Grades 9-12 evenings

 

 

THE PARISH OFFICE HAS MOVED !

The Holy Trinity Parish office has moved to the new building behind Blessed Sacrament Church.

The office hours will remain the same.

Monday and Friday: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Tues, Wed, and Thurs: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Please send any mail to our new address:

HOLY TRINITY PARISH
14 Beacon Street
Greenfield, MA 01301

Our telephone number is still the same: 413-774-2884
our new email is
holytrinitygreenfield@gmail.com

 

 

Bishop William D. Byrne
Ordained and installed as the 10th Bishop of Springfield on Dec 14, 2020

Learn more about Bishop Byrne.
 

 

Our Church is Open - But If you are still unable to return to
Mass in person, we suggest these
online viewing options from Parishes in our Diocese

 

New Online Giving Option for Holy Trinity Parish

 

 We have 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.

 

 

                                             PRAYER CHAINS

Our Greenfield Catholic Community Prayer Chains are available for anyone. 

Please contact the rectory at holytrinitygreenfield@gmail.com with your petition.

 

 

We'd Like to keep in touch.  Please send your Name, email and
phone number to
holytrinitygreenfield@gmail.com

Latest COVID-19 Diocesan Resources & Information

 

Emotional Well-Being During the COVID-19 Outbreak Diocese of Springfield

 

 

 

Annual Catholic Appeal - Ministry Spotlight

Your contribution to the Annual Catholic Appeal supports a number of ministries in the Diocese of Springfield.
Have a look here for more info on a few of those ministries.

 

 

Holy Trinity Parish Sesquicentenial Anniversary

1868-2018

 


Bishop Mitchell Rozanski, assisted by Deacon Joe Bete, incences the altar during the Solemn Mass of Thanksgiving marking the 150th Anniversary of the Establishment of Holy Trinity Parish

 

Holy Trinity Pastors - (Left to Right) Fr. John A Roach 1978-1985, Fr. Timothy Campoli 2017-present and Msgr. Ronald Yargeau 2000-2017 gathered for the parish celebration.

 

See What the Recorder had to say on Saturday May 26th

 

 

Welcome to our new Pastor, Fr. Timothy Campoli !

Fr. Timothy Campoli assumed the Pastorate of Holy Trinity Parish on July 1st. 
Fr. Campoli continues as pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish here in Greenfield. 
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

SOLEMN MASS OF RE-DEDICATION
OF
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

January 31, 2016  10:30 AM

By His Excellency

THE MOST 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, Bishop Emeritus
                                       Timothy McDonnell, Msgr. Ronald Yargeau, Fr. Timothy Campoli, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski
                                       and Deacon Joe Bete. Jan 31, 2016

Read what iobserve had to say here.
Read what the Recorder had to say here.

“Real to Reel” the Diocese of Springfield’s weekly television newsmagazine is scheduled
to cover the story on Saturday February 13th at 7 on WWLP-22NEWS.

 

 

Our Newly Renovated Church is Open

Please Join Us !

Link to Recorder Article

 

 

  See what the Recorder has to say
  about our renovation
here

 

 

 

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

 

  

Parish Prayer Tree

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

 

 

This site is a work in progress. Please check back often !

 

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