Protecting our Children


Several training sessions for the Missoula Deanery are regularly scheduled.  For dates and time please contact the Blessed Trinity Parish Office (721-2405).    Judy Cooney, Blessed Trinity Faith Formation Coordinator, is  a trained, certified facilitator.  Judy will lead training sessions for Blessed Trinity, Spirit of Christ and other Missoula Deanery Parishes.

All adults who work with children and/or vulnerable adults are required to attend a workshop and be current on monthly bulletins.  This includes faith formation, Children’s Liturgy of the Word, Vacation Bible School, and Pastoral Care Ministers.  However ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED in the Church’s efforts to provide a safe environment for all is welcome.  For more information please contact Judy Cooney.

Next Training Session:  TUESDAY, February 26, 2018 – 6-9pm at Blessed Trinity.  Click on the link below to REGISTER.

Click here to REGISTER for Virtus Safe Environment Training Session

Click here for Safe Environment Training RESOURCES

For the good of the faithful, for the health and protection of our young people, and for the peace of mind of parents and parishioners alike, we ask anyone wishing to report allegations of sexual abuse or to obtain information regarding the implementation of the Charter contact our chancellor, Fr. John W. Robertson at, or by telephone at 1-800-584-8914.

Bishop Thomas is willing to meet victims of clergy sexual abuse individually. Contact the Diocese by email at or by phone at 406-459-0513.

CLICK FOR: Diocese of Helena Policy Regarding Abuse of Minors, Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment and Code of Pastoral Conduct (September 2015)

“No victim of sexual abuse should suffer alone.  If you are such a victim, please know we support you in your effort to find healing and we urge you to seek the help you need.  If you know anyone who has suffered sexual abuse, please encourage them to come forward…”  Bishop Thomas

Those who may wish to contact the Diocese of Helena may do so by email: or by phone at 406-459-0513.

CLICK for the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People  United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

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