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Serving Webster County and the surrounding area with the Sacraments, faith formation, and Christian fellowship.

Mass Times

Tuesday – 6 pm

Wednesday – 9 am

Thursday – 6 pm

Friday – 9 am

Saturday (Vigil) – 4 pm

Sunday 8 am & 10:30 am

Today’s Readings

Sunday School (PSR)
Classes are 9:00-10:15am

Confessions

Tuesday – 5 pm (with Adoration)

Thursday – 5:15 pm

Saturday – 4:15 pm

Instructions

Rosary

Saturday – 4:30 pm

Sunday – 10 am

Instructions

Stay Informed

Bulletin Print Version

Much of the content of the weekly bulletin can be found in the individual articles of the News section. We recommend reading parish news in …
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An Open Bible at Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Prepare for Mass

Pre-read this Sunday’s Scripture Readings, and see which Saints & Feasts we are celebrating this week.
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Why do we go to confession?

The very word confession conjures up all kinds of stories and images, but those who go to confession know that it is a source of …
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A screenshot of questions answered by the "Why do we do that?" news section

Why Do We Do That?

Have you ever wondered “why do Catholics do that?” Well, then you are in luck.  The articles below help explain some of the Catholic practices …
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Special Collections

The second collection for December 11 and 12 Masses will be for the Webster County Food Pantry & Thrift Store. If you can, please give …
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2021 DDF

Letter from Bishop Edward Rice to the Parishioners of Holy Trinity, Marshfield.
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Prayer table at Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Special Prayer Intentions

Please remember in your prayers: John Strobel, Mary Routh, Don Broyles, Evelyn Wellever, Pat Ballew, Linda Espinoza, Frank Sheen, Dana Gibson, Steve Shelton, Fr. John Kennehan, …
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Why do we say the Church is Apostolic?

From the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Simplified Apostolic in Three Ways (CCC 857)The Church is apostolic in three ways: She is built on “the foundation of the …
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Why should Catholics tithe?

What is a tithe? It comes from the Anglo-Saxon word teotha, meaning a tenth. A biblical definition is, “the tenth part of all fruits and profits …
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Sunday school PSR classroom with chairs, desks, and books at Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Sunday School (PSR)

The Parish School of Religion supplements and nurtures the spiritual training parents provide at home. Children preschool through high school attend class September through May. Learn more

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Youth Group

Our active youth ministry program serves two age groups: 3rd-7th grade and 8th-12th grade. Learn more

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Parish Council of Catholic Women (PCCW)

All ladies in the parish are invited to monthly meetings in an effort to unite Catholic women, to help with current issues in the Church and society … Learn more

Three men in the Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus

Founded on the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism in 1882. The local Trinity Council 10844 covers men from Marshfield, Conway, Lebanon, and the surrounding areas. Learn more

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Adult Faith Formation

Take a deep dive into the Catholic faith while making life-long friends. We gather together for a Bible study, book discussion, or video series. Learn more

Stations Of The Cross at Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)

Those interested in joining the Catholic Church or those who simply have questions about the faith are invited to attend RCIA classes. Learn more

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Church Choir

Use your musical talents to benefit the Sacrifice of the Mass. Learn more

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About

Holy Trinity Catholic Church is just two miles east of I-44 in Marshfield, MO.

Founded in 1892 and rededicated in 1994, Holy Trinity features the main church building, a basement gathering area, and an attached Sunday school building. The Parish Hall was added in 2011 with 7,000 square feet of event space. Read more

515 East Washington Street, Marshfield, MO

(417) 859-2228