Welcome to the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church website! We are proud of our Liturgical worship services and invite you to come and participate fully. We have weekend Masses in English, English/Filipino, Spanish, and in Vietnamese.

Liturgy also involves Devotions. We invite you to participate in the Devotional life of the parish as well.

Come, explore Most Holy Trinity Parish. If you decide you want to join us, contact our church.



Bienvenido a la página web de la Iglesia Católica Santísima Trinidad! Estamos orgullosos de nuestros servicios Litúrgicos de adoración y les invitamos a venir y participar plenamente. Tenemos Misas en Inglés, Inglés / Filipino, Español y en Vietnamita.

Liturgia también implica Devociones. También les invitamos a participar en la vida devocional de la parroquia.

Venga, explore la Parroquia de la Santísima Trinidad. Si usted decide que quiere unirse a nosotros. Contacte nuestra Iglesia.

Mass Schedule

Daily Masses

    8:00 AM English

    5:30 PM Vietnamese except Wednesday

    5:30 PM English Wednesday only

First Friday Mass

    7:30 PM Spanish

Saturday Vigil Masses

    4:15 PM Vietnamese

    6:00 PM English

    7:30 PM Spanish

Saturday Confessions

    3:00 PM to 4:00 PM or by appointment

Sunday Masses

    8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 6:00 PM English

    11:00 AM Spanish

    12:30 PM Filipino

    3:45 PM & 7:30 PM Vietnamese


Worship & Prayer

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 20th

Those who are just must be kind.
- Wisdom 12:19

Que el justo sea humano.
- Sabiduría 12:19

MHT Trinity Center Facilities are available for RENT!

Let us help make your event a success!

The Trinity Center Gymnasium and Community Room are available for rent by parishioners, non-parishioners and non-profit community organizations. This includes the use of the commercial grade kitchen, tables and chairs.

Please contact Sylvia Hogan, Event Coordinator, at 1-408-729-0101 ext. 307 or via email at: shogan@mht-church.org for more info.


Matthew, more than any other evangelist, talks about Jesus leaving and returning home. Often Jesus leaves the house because crowds have assembled outside and want to be taught. Today, after having taught and dismissed the crowds, his disciples follow him home, seeking further explanation of what seem to be, at least to us today, pretty straightforward parables. For both Matthew and Mark, when Jesus is in the house with his disciples it signals a special teaching moment, and it should cause us today to perk up our ears. Usually it is Jesus giving commonsense advice about what it will mean to follow him. Today is no different. To follow Jesus means to be ready to encounter the followers of evil, to have to live and work and preach among them. It means patiently awaiting the judgment that can only come from God, the judgment of justly deciding who will be thrown into the flame and who will live to be a brightly shining saint. Let us heed this house-teaching, for it will be the same for us who follow Jesus Christ today.


Click here to read Father Bob's message last week


Mateo, más que los otros evangelistas, habla sobre Jesús que sale de su hogar y regresa. Muchas veces sale de su casa porque las multitudes se reúnen afuera y quieren que les enseñe. Hoy, después de haber enseñado y despachado a las multitudes, sus discípulos lo siguen hasta su casa buscando más explicación a lo que parece ser, al menos a nosotros hoy, parábolas muy directas. Tanto para Mateo como para Marcos, cuando Jesús está en la casa con sus discípulos siempre significa un momento especial para enseñar y nos debe hacer prestart atención. Usualmente es Jesús quien nos da consejos sensatos sobre lo que significa ser sus seguidores. Hoy no es diferente: seguir a Cristo significa estar listo a encontrarse con los seguidores del mal, tener que vivir y trabajar y predicar entre ellos, esperando pacientemente ese juicio que sólo puede venir de Dios, el juicio de decidir justamente quién será arrojado a las llamas y quién vivirá para ser un santo ejemplar. Escuchemos esta enseñanza casera para que significa lo mismo para nosotros que seguimos a Cristo hoy.



The Catholic Cemeteries of the Diocese of San Jose seeks a full-time temporary, possibly permanent, Field Worker to perform all types of operational, maintenance and construction activities at the cemetery; available to work 5 days/week, Monday-Saturday 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM. Training will be provided.

For more information on specific duties and position requirements: www.dsj.org (See Careers/Catholic Cemeteries); or call 650-428-3730.

For Your Safety

We wanted to bring it to your attention that we had a few cars broken into in the last few weeks. Make sure that when you come to mass or to any event on campus that you do not leave your valuables in plain sight. Please do not transfer them to or from any part of you vehicle while you are here. One suggestion we have is to leave them at home or transfer them before you leave your home. Let’s not give anyone the temptation to break into your car.

Most Holy Trinity Church

2040 Nassau Drive

San Jose, CA 95122

Phone: 408-729-0101

Fax: 408-258-4131

Our Mission

We discover God’s love through Worship, Prayer, Study and Good Works.


Descubrimos el amor de Dios por medio de Alabanza, Oracion, Estudio y Buenas Obras.


Chúng ta khám phá ra tình yêu của Chúa qua việc Thờ Phượng, Cầu Nguyện, Học Hỏi và làm những Việc Thiện.

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Last update: July 19, 2014