The Holy Trinity
The icon above is from a painting of the Holy Trinity by a Russian artist named Andrei Rublev around the year 1410 CE. A print hangs inside the main entrance of Blessed Trinity Church.
Who to Contact
Bountiful Basement Hunger Center
Register in the parish Fr. Doug
Becoming a Catholic Deacon Dick
First Communion Preparation Katie Corbett
Confirmation Preparation Deacon Dick
PSR Carol Roberts
BLT - Youth Group Katie Corbett
Liturgical Ministers Deacon Jack
Peace & Justice Issues or Activities Fr. Doug
Men's Ministry/Holy Name Society – meets 3rd Tuesday of every month Deacon Dick
Blessed Trinity Bible Study is starting a series on the Book of Exodus The Blessed Trinity Bible Study is now in the Rectory Library on alternate Thursdays. Materials for each session are provided.
The Book of Exodus will look at the Gospel using materials from the Little Rock Bible Study program. The Exodus is the central event of the Old Testament. Its themes of liberation, wilderness, passover, covenant, and God's dwelling are central to the entire Bible.
The full schedule of sessions will be posted soon here. Don't worry if you miss any sessions, just come on in.
14040 Puritas Ave.
Office hours are:
AWE Update: Learn more about this new parish process for making our parish a more affirming, welcoming, and engaging community.
Seniors: Trying to stay cool this dummer? The city and the Cuyahoga County Division of
Senior & Adult Services (DSAS) is offering help.
DONATE THAT OLD CAR TO THE ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY
Donate your used car, van or pickup truck to the SVDP Car Donation Program, and avoid the hassles and headaches of trading it in or selling it yourself.
Your vehicle will be sold and the proceeds used by the St. Vincent de Paul Society in the Diocese of Cleveland in their charitable programs that assist the needy and suffering. You may also be eligible for an income tax deduction.
To donate your vehicle and have it picked up within 24 hours, call 1-800-322-8284 or visit www.svdpusacars.com
Attention Former Annunciation Parishioners:
Regarding the Memorial Bricks that are located at the present Hope Academy:
A miscommunication regarding them was published in last week’s bulletin. If you happened to have contacted anyone from Annunciation that re-landscaping was to be done at the site, please let them know that it is not the case. The removal by former parishioners of Annunciation has caused a dangerous condition of the walkways around the former Annunciation school and church area.
Should you wish to reclaim a brick associated with your family, you may contact Fr. Doug Koesel at the parish office (216-671-5890). The parish will then work directly with the current owner of the property to inquire about the possibility of reclaiming any bricks.
Blessed Trinity T-shirt & Sweatshirt Sale -- just in time for holiday gift-giving! Orders taken after Masses 11/29 -12/7
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PSR & Sacramental Programs
SoundMates assistive devices are available in the Sacristy.
There is a wheelchair lift at the northwest side entrance of the church AND a groundfloor entrance at the W. 140 St. door to the school building.