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Welcome to Holy Trinity

Catholic Community

The churches of Holy Trinity, St. Columbkill and St. Mary

serving Goodhue and Bellchester, Minnesota


About Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Parish was formed in 2013 when the Holy Trinity Church in Goodhue, St. Columbkill Church in Belle Creek, and St. Mary Church in Bellechester merged.

Each church is still open and we have Mass at least once a week in each one.

We are in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis nestled in the rolling hills south of Red Wing Minnesota.

We welcome you and invite you to join us for worship!

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Mission: We grow together in Christ.



Sat., Nov. 25 HT 4:45-5:20PM Sacrament of Confession

Sun., Nov. 26 HT 8:20-8:40AM Sacrament of Confession

Mon., Nov. 27 SM 6:30PM-9:00PM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Wed., Nov. 29 HT 9:00AM-2:00PM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Wed., Nov. 29 HT 2:15-3:30PM Faith Formation Grades 1-6

Wed., Nov. 29 HT7:25-8:35PM Faith Formation Grades 7-10

Thurs., Nov.n30 SC 8:00-8:45AM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament/Confession

Fri., Dec. 1 HT 7:00-7:45PM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament / Confession Sat., Dec. 2 SC 8:00-8:45AM Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament / Confession

Sat., Dec. 2 HT 4:45-5:20PM Sacrament of Confession

Sun., Dec. 3 SM 8:20-8:40AM Sacrament of Confession Sat-Sun

Dec. 9-10 HT-SMSC All Masses 2nd Collection for Retirement Fund For Religious


To grow closer to Christ and lead others to him;
striving to become saints.

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“Communion is the union of man’s soul with God. The source of all strength, our Communions could change the world if the fire of the Holy Spirit were really allowed to fall on the earth, and to renew it through you and me.” (Servant of God (+1984) Catherine de Hueck Doherty (continued next week).

parish life

Priest Appreciation Sunday Honoring Father Thomas McCabe Sponsored by CCW

Dear Parishioners and Friends, 
Thank you for the many gifts of cards, prayers, and food that has made this past Priest Appreciation weekend so uplifting. I truly love sharing in the ordained priesthood of Jesus Christ for the glory of God and the salva-tion of souls. I enjoy serving here and I hope to become more organized with your generous help. I am happy with all our volunteers who con-tinue to grow in their ministries and realize the rewards that God gives to his faithful servants. I want to especially thank the Council of Catholic Women (CCW) of both Holy Trinity and St. Columbkill churches for the reception they provided after the Mass on Saturday and Sunday. I thank the Catholic Daughters of America at St. Mary church for their support as well. 
As we continue to grow in our sense of mission, let us continue to pray for the success of Archbishop Bernard Hebda's Pastoral Synodal process as we implement the results and resolutions of our synodal journey. As I have written about and communicated through email, and offered many small group discussions, the three year long "Synod" process means that we are on the "same" (Gk. syn) "path" (Gk. odo) by following Jesus Christ on his mission of life and salvation with Archbishop Hebda, the head of the St. Paul and Minneapolis Archdiocese, and his faithful priests and deacons. 
The next step in this "synodal journey" is for those who have been trained as leaders or co-leaders in small group evangelical cells to organ-ize and begin sometime in Lent. These new "Parish Evangelization Cells” will be part of every parish that responds to the Archbishop‟s request. Please pray for those who will say "Yes" to this great opportunity to join a small group to welcome/evangelize/share the Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ which is truly a gift to all the human family. 
Peace in Christ, Fr. Thomas McCabe​

Reflections from Fr. McCabe

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