Serving Webster County and the surrounding area with the Sacraments, faith formation, and Christian fellowship.
Tuesday – 6 pm
Wednesday – 9 am
Thursday – 6 pm
Friday – 9 am
Saturday – 5 pm
Sunday – 8 am & 10:30 am
2022 Parish Synod Report and Attachment
September – May
Sunday – 9 am to 10:15 am
Tuesday & Thursday – 5 pm
Wednesday – 8:15 am
Friday – 8 am, except First Friday
after 9 am Mass
First Sunday – 9-10 am
Tuesday & Thursday – 5 pm
Saturday – 4:15 pm
2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday – 9 am
Saturday – 4:30 pm
Sunday – 10 am
Why do we really need the Holy Spirit?
What does the Bible say?The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Holy Trinity…
Why Do We Do That?
Have you ever wondered “why do Catholics do that?” Well, then you are in luck. …
Bulletin Print Version
Much of the content of the weekly bulletin can be found in the individual articles…
Mass Schedule for the Week of May 28, 2023
How do Non-Catholic Adults Come into Full Communion with the Church?
Each year on Holy Saturday during the Easter Vigil, thousands are baptized into the Catholic Church…
Why is it Important to Dress Modestly (Especially for Mass)?
Dress for both men and women has changed dramatically during the last fifty years. Much…
Why do we (and who can) take Holy Communion to the Sick and Homebound?
Ideally, Catholics should approach the Eucharist during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Nevertheless, it…
Prayer Intentions of Bishop Rice for May
As we celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, May 13, may we heed…
Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis for May
For church movements and groups We pray that Church movements and groups may rediscover their…
Do I need to receive both the Body and Blood of Christ at Holy Communion?
Now that we have returned to offering both the Body and Blood of Christ at…
The second collection for the June 17-18 Masses will be for the Webster County Food…
Why Do Some Catholic Women Wear Chapel Veils at Mass?
Wearing of “mantilla” or chapel veils was a commonplace tradition for the first 2000 years…
Why do some people receive Holy Communion on the tongue?
The most ancient practice of distributing Holy Communion was, with all probability, to give Communion…
What should I do with my blessed palms?
After leaving church last Sunday, you may have come home with several long palm branches…
Why do we use Latin at Mass during Lent?
It is a practice for many parishes to chant the Kyrie, Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation (“Mortem…
Special Prayer Intentions
Please remember in your prayers: Daisy Runyan, Crew Sharp, Tara Jones, Irene Castillo, Jackie Newell,…
To find a list of Vocation events visit https://vocationministry.com/resources/globalvocationevents/
Why should I start observing Lent now?
If you feel you have had a pretty weak start to Lent, and are wondering…
Why do we pray The Stations of the Cross?
Could you walk a mile in Jesus’s shoes? The Stations of the Cross bring us…
Why (and how) should we fast during Lent?
Fasting is the Catholic discipline of reducing one’s food intake. It’s important to note the…
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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
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
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
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
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
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