To grow spiritually during this time of social isolation, we’d encourage you to pray and spend time reading scripture. Below, you’ll also find talks recorded by our own Fr. Paul in addition to resources for adults and youth.
Fr. Paul’s recorded talks:
- “Rediscover the Mass” – a series of talks by Fr. Paul Moret on what we do when we celebrate the Eucharist
- “How to Get to Heaven” – Parish Mission talks given by Fr. Paul during Lent.
Other Opportunities For Adults:
- Holy Trinity Parish is pleased to provide you a free subscription to the outstanding faith formation website, FORMED. Simply click here, enter our parish code X4XG6W, and set up your own account to begin using these resources.
- To keep up with the Catholic Women’s League on a Diocesan or National level, check out these links: Edmonton Diocesan CWL web site and CWL National Web Site.
- The Knights of Columbus will continue leading the Rosary before Mass every Sunday until we return to the church. Although we are currently in unusual circumstances, it is important that we continue to pray together and so we strongly encourage you to join us for the Rosary on Sunday mornings at 8:00am. This will give us time to complete the Rosary in plenty of time to the live stream the Mass from Holy Trinity or St. Joseph Basilica. To join us, call in toll-free by 8:30am by dialing 1-867-292-3030. You will be asked for a code. Enter 6748217# and you will be joined with everyone.
Other Opportunities for Youth:
- The St. Paul Center wants to offer Catholic families something exciting during this unique time. Join us as we share our Emmaus Road children’s books, read by their authors. Click here for the St. Paul Center, where you can also download free coloring book pages.
- LIFE TEEN is offering a weekly global LIFE Nights on Sundays at 3pm Mountain time. Click here to take part.
- ProjectYM Live! is an online Catholic youth night every Sunday from 6-7pm Mountain time, which you can access here.
- Lectio Live is a digital small group series hosted on Wednesdays at 4pm mountain time, studying the Sunday readings. Click here to take part