Holy Trinity

Founded: 1850
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  • Sunday: 8.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.30
  • Holy Days: As on weekdays or Saturdays
  • Monday–Friday: 8.30, 10.00. 12.45, 7.30pm
  • Saturday: 8.30, 10.00, 12.00pm.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

  • In Church: Saturdays:10am – 1.00pm Monday–Friday: Before and after Masses
  • In the Friary: Priest Available Monday—Friday,10.00 – 1.00pm

Eucharistic Adoration

  • Holy Hour: Sunday, 7.00pm;
  • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on First Fridays 10.00- 12.45.

Devotions, Meetings and Other Services

  • Meetings of the Secular Franciscans: Monthly (after 10.00 Mass on third Monday of Month)
  • Padre Pio Group: Wednesday Nights; Annual Triduum: 21–23 September
  • Taize Prayer Meeting : Fridays: 9.00pm (8.15pm during term time)
  • Medjugorje Group Prayer Meeting on Wednesday Evenings
  • St Anthony and St Anne Devotions: Tuesday, at the10.00am and 7.30 pm Masses
  • Alcoholics Anonymous: Evenings, Monday –Friday
  • Al Anon: Thursday Evenings
  • Recovery Group: Wednesday Evenings
  • Narcotics Anonymous: Tuesday Evenings

Address:  Fr. Mathew Quay, Cork City
Telephone:  021 4270827 / 4275419
Fax:   021 4270829
E-mail: holytrinitycork@gmail.com

News And Events, Holy Trinity

Gospel Reflection – Ascension Sunday 2021
Thursday, 13 May 2021
The Ascension of the Lord Some of the doors that have kept people locked in have been opened in recent days.  But there is still a long wait until all...
Gospel Reflection – Greater Days Ahead
Thursday, 06 May 2021
Greater days ahead Our Gospel today, John 15:9-17, is a continuation of the statement of Jesus, “I am the vine, you are the branches.”   The context is the discourse of...
Gospel Reflection for Vocations Sunday 2021
Thursday, 22 April 2021
Vocation of all Christians The Fourth Sunday of Easter each year is known as known as Vocations Sunday.  The Gospel is about Jesus, the Good Shepherd, calling his flock, leading...
Opening the Door to Christ – St Conrad of Parzham
Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Today (21 April 2021) we mark the feast of one of our Capuchin brothers, St Conrad of Parzham. St Conrad is probably not so well know in Ireland however his...
Gospel Reflection – 3rd Sunday of Easter, Year B
Sunday, 18 April 2021
The Risen Lord is with us Have you ever wondered what it would be like to enter a Time Machine and go back to Galilee or Jerusalem and spend a...
Gospel Reflection – Divine Mercy Sunday
Sunday, 11 April 2021
Encountering the Risen Lord As we noted at the start of Lent, the number forty is usually associated with a period of preparation.  Following the forty days of Lent, there...
Interview with Brother Kevin on Vatican News
Saturday, 03 April 2021
Brother Kevin reflects on the Pope's visit to the Capuchin Day Centre as well as how COVID has impacted those who attend the centre. You can listen to the full...
Gospel Reflection for Easter Sunday 2021
Saturday, 03 April 2021
Christ is Risen I like the story about an ageing flower-lady with an outdoor stall.  Her clothes were old and shabby, her face weather-beaten and wrinkled. A regular customer asked...
Congratulations to the New Provincial and Council in the Western American Province
Thursday, 25 March 2021
We offer our warmest fraternal congratulations to our brothers in the Western American Province of Our Lady of the Angels. This province was founded by Irish Capuchin Friars over 100...
Gospel Reflection – Palm Sunday
Thursday, 25 March 2021
Jesus the Wounded Healer It is the time of year when Christians remember the death and resurrection of Jesus, the most important days in human history.   Keep your eyes fixed...
Gospel reflection – 5th Sunday of Lent – Dying & Rising with Christ
Thursday, 18 March 2021
Dying and Rising with Christ “When I am lifted up from the earth, I shall draw all people to myself”. Lent is advancing rapidly and we are coming close to...
Blessings on International Women’s Day 2021
Monday, 08 March 2021
Today is International Women’s Day. This is a very important day. The theme of IWD 2021 is ‘Choose to Challenge’ The fact that we still have to speak in terms...