NEWARK-ON-TRENT, ENGLAND
  

 
 
 

 
 
Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish.

Records of the parish of Holy Trinity date back as far as the 1830s. There was a Roman Catholic presence in the area long before that.

Street names like Friary Road, not to mention The Friary itself (now private residencies) are ample evidence of monastic ministry during the middle ages.

The current building was consecrated in 1979 and is situated adjacent to Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School along with the Community & Partnership Centre which was opened in 2005. This is a replacement for the church in Parliament Street which still holds fond memories for older parishioners.


Current news items...

Holy Trinity Parish Bazaar on Saturday 2nd December

Thank you to all who supported the Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 2nd December. Your efforts will benefit many. More news later in the parish newsletter...

Ideal Community Cohesion event: Holy Trinity Curry Night on Saturday 25th November was an outstanding success raising £1810.00 for our our Sick and Retired Priests Fund which has now exceeded the £100K parish target. Congratulations to Dan and his team for involving different in the parish. AS truly Catholic evening.More news later in the parish newsletter...

Coming event: Holy Trinity December Dance with Sally Glennon on Saturday 9th December 2017. 8.00pm onwards

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Parish Groups, here's how to help yourselves..

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12-18s: this is for you

We have many opportunities in our parish community for you to share your talents and be of service to others. Become a Youth V.I.P. and gain much for yourself whilst contributing to the life of our community. Find out more...

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Diocesan news...

Bishop Patrick says ...

Bishop Patrick has has invitted all to pray for the happy repose of the soul of Fr Michael Lynch who has served the Diocese of Nottingham for for 60 years.The following funeral arrangements have been made for Fr. Michael Lynch: Tuesday 12th December: 7.00 p.m. Mass with Reception of Fr. Michael’s body into church. Wednesday 13th December: 11.30 a.m. Requiem Mass, at which the Bishop will be the Principal Celebrant. Following the Requiem Mass all attending, are invited to enjoy refreshments in the parish hall. The Mass with Reception into church of Fr. Michael’s body, on Tuesday 12th December at 7.00 p.m., and the Requiem Mass, on Wednesday 13th December at 11.30 a.m., will both take place in the parish of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln LN6 7RB. Clergy wishing to concelebrate should bring Diocesan vestments with them, and are asked to notify Canon Edward Jarosz of their attendance, using his new email address: parishpriest@sspp-church.org.uk Fr Michael’s mortal remains will be repatriated to Ireland, on Friday 15th December, to St. Columcille's Church, Aughnacliffe, Co Longford, where burial will take place, on Saturday 16th December, following a Requiem Mass at 2.00 p.m. in the parish church. The Bishop has asked that we continue to hold the family of Fr. Michael in our prayers at this time, and to pray for the happy repose of his soul. Read more..


Liturgy Link

Today's Liturgy:

Universalis


The Extraordinary Year of Jubilee

The announcement – Calendar of events – reflections – Pope Francis

Holy Year website




 

Contacts:

By post:
The Presbytery,
Boundary Road,
Newark NG24 4AU.
Parish Priest:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
Secretary:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
Community centre enquiries:
Tel. 01636-704936.
email
For any website issues: email

Sunday Mass times:

  7:00pm Saturday vigil;
10:00am Sunday;
  6:30pm Sunday

Schools

Primary:
Holy Trinity Academy Newark website

Secondary:
All Saints Catholic Academy
Mansfield website



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