Sunday & Daily Mass Times

SUNDAY MASS:
The font and summit of our faith and our life!
LET US GIVE THANKS TO THE LORD OUR GOD!

The faith communities of Blessed Trinity and Spirit of Christ Mission
gather to celebrate the Sunday Lord’s Supper at
5:00 pm on Saturday at Blessed Trinity;
On SUNDAY morning
at 8:00 am at Spirit of Christ Mission Lolo;
and at 10:00 am at Blessed Trinity.

NOTE:  As of June 2021 SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTOCOLS are relaxed but still IN PLACE.  FACIAL MASKS are not required but are highly RECOMMENDED.

Click for SUMMER 2021 Feast Day DAILY MASS Schedule

 

Autumn and Winter: Wednesday and Thursday, 12:10 pm.
FRIDAY:
   Every First and Third Friday at Village Health Care Center (located at 2651 South Avenue West, Missoula)–this ministry has not yet resumed due to Corona virus FEAST DAY MASSES as announced. HOLY DAYS, as announced.  (Refer to parish CALENDAR or the BULLETIN.)

JUNE 2021 CORONA VIRUS UPDATE:  Holy Communion to the homebound cannot yet be offered due to the Corona Virus, BUT IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REINSTATED.  If there is an urgent need to the Sacrament of the Sick or Holy Communion, however, DO NOT HESTATE to contact Fr. Hislop at the parish office.

HOLY COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND OR HOSPITALIZED is provided on a weekly basis.  If you are unable to participate in Sunday Mass and would like Holy Communion, please call the parish office (721-2405).

Pastoral Visit and HOLY COMMUNION is provided daily at COMMUNITY HOSPITAL.  Please call the parish office for communion at Community Hospital. REMEMBER to “request a pastoral visit” when being checked in at the Hospital. (REGULAR VISITS TO COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ARE RESTRICTED DUE TO COVID-19.)
As of March 30, 2021, Sacrament of the Sick and Communion can be provided, WITH SPECIFIC PERMISSION FROM HOSPITAL STAFF.  Patient or family member must call the parish office or request that the Community Hospital Pastoral care contact Fr. Hislop.  DO NOT HESITATE TO MAKE THIS REQUEST.

SAINT PATRICK HOSPITAL DOES PERMIT PASTORAL VISITS.  If you are hospitalized there please contact Fr. Ed OR contact the St. Patrick’s Spiritual Care Department.

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