Most Holy Trinity Parish
From the East Hampton Press:
Most Holy Trinity Church hosted a retirement party for Msgr. Donald Hanson, retiring after 10 years as the parish priest. At the event, East Hampton Village Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. presented the monsignor with a proclamation. credit: KYRIL BROMLEY
MOST HOLY TRINITY WELCOMES ITS NEW PASTOR
FATHER RYAN CREAMER
Fr. Creamer grew up in the Parish of St. Patrick in Bay Shore and studied for the priesthood at The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, the Gregorian University in Rome and the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington. He did his pastoral year at St. Mary’s in Long Beach and was ordained at St. Agnes Cathedral on June 9, 2012 with his first priestly assignment at the Parish of St. Agnes Cathedral. The appointment becomes effective on Wednesday, June 28th.
St. Peter the Apostle in Amagansett
Most Holy Trinity is where the joy of the gospel is proclaimed, taught and lived.
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