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We are excited that you have come to learn more about our parish and are looking 

forward to getting to know you.

We have a variety of services for your convenience as well as other

opportunities that you will discover in our latest bulletin.

Weekly Mass Schedule

Saturday: 5:30pm

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:30am

Daily: 8:30am Tuesday - Saturday

Holy Day of Obligation: Vigil 7:00pm,

day of 8:30am & 7:00pm

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Letter From Bishop Gregory Parkes Regarding the Florida Attorney General’s Investigation of Institutional Sex Abuse

October 4, 2018

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Today, as a result of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report, the Florida Attorney General announced an investigation into how the Catholic dioceses of Florida have handled allegations of sexual abuse of minors in the past.

I welcome this investigation and want to assure the public that the Diocese of St. Petersburg has been and continues to be proactive in its efforts to keep children safe, which should be a priority for everyone. We seek to ensure the safety of all children and to ensure that all perpetrators of abuse are removed from ministry.

We denounce all forms of sexual abuse by any person or any institution as a reprehensible crime and believe that perpetrators should be punished to the fullest extent of the law.

Here are helpful facts about actions we are taking to keep children safe:

I have met with the Statewide Prosecutor to pledge our cooperation. I explained the Diocese of St. Petersburg’s policies that have been in place since 1996 for the protection of minors and vulnerable adults and strengthened in 2002 upon the adoption of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People.

We have established policies that include a zero tolerance for sexual abuse of minors and vulnerable adults; mandatory national fingerprint background screening; a lay Review Board to assess all reported allegations against clergy; and mandatory safe environment training for everyone who works or volunteers with minors and vulnerable adults.

Many preventive measures have been put in place to protect youth and vulnerable adults. Since 1992, the Diocese of St. Petersburg has completed fingerprint background screenings on 59,000 priests, deacons, lay employees and volunteers entrusted with the care, responsibility and/or supervision of minors or vulnerable adults, as well as contractor and vendors working in close proximity to these persons.

We consistently pray for all victims of all abuse.

We consistently urge anyone who has been abused or is aware of abuse to call law enforcement and the Florida Department of Children and Families Abuse Hotline at 1-800-962-2873. We also urge anyone abused by Church personnel (clergy, a church employee or volunteer) or a contractor/vendor, to call the Diocese of St. Petersburg’s Victim Assistance Minister, John Lambert, LCSW. He can be reached by phone at 1-866-407-4505 or by email at [email protected] He is available to coordinate pastoral care and offer assistance.

We are transparent. The names of our diocesan clergy who have had credible allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor raised against them are published on the diocesan webpage under the Safe Environment Program Office: We also created the following webpage for parishioners with Frequently Asked Questions in September of 2018:

As we continue to work through this difficult and painful period in our Church’s history, be assured of my continued prayers.

Mary, Mother of the Church, pray for us.

Sincerely Yours in Christ,

Most Reverend Gregory L. Parkes

Bishop of St. Petersburg


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Nov  22

Thanksgiving Day Mass

Please join us for Thanksgiving Mass on Thursday, November 22nd at 8:30 am.

As this Mass is open to all, we would be delighted to give thanks with you.

The annual Blessing of Bread will also take place, so bring the bread that you will use at your table that day and it will be blessed during Mass.

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Online Giving makes it easy for you to fulfill your financial commitments to the parish even when you are unable to attend Mass. You do not need to bring cash or checks to church. Giving electronically also helps you and the church staff plan & budget.

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12747 Interlaken Drive

Trinity, FL  34655


Phone:   727-264-8968 

Fax:   727-264-8969

Email:  offic[email protected]


Weekly Mass Schedule

Saturday: 5:30pm

Sunday: 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:30am

Daily: 8:30am Tuesday - Saturday

Holy Day of Obligation: Vigil 7:00pm, day of 8:30am & 7:00pm



We are located at 12747 Interlaken Road, Trinity, FL, which is across the street from Odessa Elementary School 

and the housing development, Evergreen at Trinity East.

From State Road 54 turn south onto Community Drive

(located one mile west of Gunn Highway)

and follow for a quarter of a mile

until you see the church on your left.

Get specific driving directions to our location via Google Maps or follow those below.

From the North or South on the Veterans Expressway:

1. Take the FL-54 exit, EXIT 19, toward New Port Richey/Zephyrhills.

2. Take the ramp toward New Port Richey (Westbound).

3. Turn onto FL-54/State Road 54 Westbound toward New Port Richey.

4. Follow map above

From North or South on Interstate 75:

1. Take EXIT 275 toward Tarpon Springs / Land O Lakes / New Port Richey.

2. Turn onto FL-56 / State Road 56 (Westbound) toward New Port Richey.

3. FL-56 / State Road 56 becomes FL-54 / State Road 54 (Westbound) toward New Port Richey

4. Follow map above

From US 19, North or South:

1. Take State Road 54 Eastbound toward Land O’Lakes

2. Follow map above

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