Welcome

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.

 

Bienvenidos

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

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 17th

Observe what is right, do what is just; For my salvation is about to come, my justice, about to be revealed.
- Isaiah 56:1

Velen por los derechos de los demás, practiquen la justicia, porque mi salvación está a punto de llegar y mi justicia a punto de manifestarse.
- Isaias 56:1

MHT Trinity Center Facilities are available for RENT!

Let us help make your event a success!

The gym and community room are available for rent on selected Saturdays and Sundays for your celebration needs. 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.

 

CALLED TO ACT IN GOD’S NAME

“Let all the nations praise you!” (Psalm 67:4) today’s psalm response exclaims. In the psalms and other Hebrew scriptures, this kind of invocation is actually an invitation to God to act, to intervene in human lives in a manner that will cause everyone – not just the Chosen People – to give praise. Stated a bit more strongly, it is something of a “put up or shut up” challenge to God, the sort of strong statement the psalmists of Israel, trusting in their intimate and loving relationship with God, were not afraid to make. The Gospel has its own exclamation, announcing the appearance of the Canaanite woman with “Behold!” (Matthew 15:22) “Behold!” is a scriptural flag that tells us that God is about to act or announce something through an individual or a situation. In the case of Jesus, God was going to act through this woman, whom nobody among Jesus’ followers would have believed to be an agent of the divine will. Like the psalmists, we might passively inform or perhaps even actively challenge God to do something so that everyone will come to belief, but God will always turn the tables on us. It becomes our calling, our duty (as it was for Jesus) to behold the situations and persons of our daily lives so that God can act through us, so the Kingdom can be announced through our living.

Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

Read the Gospel message from last week here

LLAMADOS A ACTUAR EN EL NOMBRE DE DIOS

“¡Que todos los pueblos te alaben!” (Salmo 67:4) exclama la respuesta del salmo de hoy. En el salterio y en otras escrituras hebreas, este tipo de invocación es en realidad una invitación a Dios para que actúe e intervenga en las vidas humanas de tal manera que haga que todos – no sólo el pueblo elegido – exprese alabanzas. Dicho algo más fuerte, es como desafiar a Dios para que “aguante o se calle”, el tipo de palabras duras que los salmistas de Israel, confiando en su íntima relación de amor con Dios, no temían expresar. El Evangelio tiene su propia exclamación que anuncia la aparición de la mujer cananea con un “Entonces” (Mateo 15:22). “Entonces” o “he aquí” es una señal en la Biblia que nos indica que observemos con mucha atención, que Dios está por actuar o anunciar algo por medio de un individuo o una situación. En el caso de Jesús, Dios iba a obrar a través de esta mujer, a quien ninguno de los seguidores de Jesús hubiera creído pudiera ser una agente de la voluntad divina. Como los salmistas, puede que informemos en forma pasiva a Dios o quizás hasta activamente le desafiemos para que haga algo para que todos lleguen a creer, mas Dios siempre nos volteará las posiciones. Se convierte en nuestro llamado, nuestro deber (como lo fue para Jesús) observar atentamente las situaciones y a las personas en nuestra vida diaria para que Dios pueda actuar a través de nosotros, para que el Reino sea anunciado en nuestro diario vivir.

Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.

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: August 16, 2014