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COVID-19 UPDATE:

Due to public health concerns with the Coronavirus, Divine Liturgy will be live-streamed on our Facebook page every Sunday at 10 am until further notice. It will be bi-lingual in English and Ukrainian and can be watched on our Facebook page here. The Church will remain open to prayer for individuals and small groups!


Join us for community and worship in the Byzantine Catholic tradition! The Divine Liturgy is the celebration of the Eucharist and is Saturdays at 4 pm (in English), Sundays at 8:30 am (in Ukrainian) and 11 am on Sundays (in English) with a full and beautiful choir, and awesome food and fellowship afterward!

"Shout joyfully to the Lord, all you lands; serve the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful song. Know that the Lord is God, he made us, we belong to him, we are his people, the flock he shepherds. Enter his gates with thanksgiving, his courts with praise. Give thanks to him, bless his name; good indeed is the Lord, His mercy endures forever, his faithfulness lasts through every generation."

-Psalm 100:1-5


Check out our unapologetic apologetics (meaning defense of the faith) page here. Beginning January 18th we will have a vespers service (evening prayer) and apologetics class on Saturday evenings at 6:00 pm at Holy Trinity. Come ask hard questions, learn more about our Catholic faith and how to defend it!

"Always be prepared to make a defense to any one who calls you to account for the hope that is in you, yet do it with gentleness and reverence."

-1 Peter 3:15

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Importance of What We Believe

St. Vincent of Lerins | The "Vincentian Canon", AD 434

Now in the Catholic Church itself we take the greatest care to hold that which has been believed everywhere, always and by all. That is truly and properly 'Catholic,' as is shown by the very force and meaning of the word, which comprehends everything almost universally.

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Where is the Catholic Church?

Ignatius of Antioch | Letter to the Smyrnaeans 8:2 [A.D 110]

Let no one do anything of concern to the Church without the bishop. Let that be considered a valid Eucharist which is celebrated by the bishop or by one whom he ordains. Wherever the bishop appears, let the people be there; just as wherever Jesus Christ is, there is the Catholic Church.

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Why is the Church Called Catholic

Cyril of Jerusalem | Catechetical Lectures 18:23 [A.D 350]

The Church is called Catholic, then, because it extends over the whole world, from end to end of the earth, and because it teaches universally and infallibly each and every doctrine which must come to the knowledge of men...

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On the Importance of the Church

St. Augustine | Against the Letter of Mani Called "The Foundation" 4:5 [A.D. 297]

Indeed, I would not believe in the gospel myself if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so.