Due to the May 5 government restrictions, all Masses are limited to a 15 person attendee limit. Pre-registration is mandatory and we ask that each person only attend once during this temporary lockdown. Extra weekday evening Masses have been added for your convenience, please click here to register.
Mass from Holy Trinity will continue to be livestreamed Sunday mornings at 9am. Click here to access this Sunday’s livestream.
Video Update from Fr. Paul (May 7):
May 13 Rosary in Our Lady’s Garden
Please consider participating in praying the Rosary at Holy Trinity church in Our Lady’s Garden, for an end to COVID 19 and the lifting of restrictions on our churches, on May 13th, the Feast of Fatima.
Sixty-five people are required that day dedicated to pray in person from 9am to 10pm, 5 people per hour at the top of the hour, every hour. If a family of more than 5 register that is fine, that hour would be reserved for that family. We are limited to 5 people to pray together as per COVID AHS outdoor restrictions. Please be mindful of the physical distancing requirements. A list of attendees is required, therefore please contact Cindy at 780-470-0276 or email@example.com to register. This list will be held in confidence at the parish office as per AHS rules. Please do not let the 65 number deter you from praying for these intentions at home if the 65 spots are filled.
Pope will lead month long Rosary prayer marathon for the end of pandemic.
Pope Francis has called for a global prayer marathon for the entire month of May, praying for the end to the pandemic.
“The initiative will involve in a special way all shrines in the world” in promoting the initiative so that individuals, families and communities all take part in reciting the rosary, “to pray for the end of the pandemic.”
“It is the heartfelt desire of the Holy Father that the month of May be dedicated to a prayer marathon dedicated to the theme, ‘from the entire church an unceasing prayer rises to God.”
The theme refers to the miraculous event recounted in the Acts of the Apostles (12:1-12) when all the church prayed for Peter, who was imprisoned until God sent an angel to free him, illustrating how the Christian community comes together to pray in the face of danger and how the Lord listens and performs an unexpected miracle.
The pope will open the monthlong prayer May 1 and conclude it May 31.
Each day in May, there will be a livestream from one of 30 chosen Marian shrines or sanctuaries to guide the prayer at 6 p.m. Rome time (10 a.m. Alberta time) on all Vatican Media platforms.