Most Holy Trinity Parish


Father Don to leave Most Holy Trinity upon retirement. In a relatively new policy the diocesan bishop no longer permits the retiring pastor to continue in residence in his parish. On June 28 Fr. Don will move into St. Louis de Montfort Parish in Sound Beach to live in retirement and assist as needed with sacraments. He was welcomed by his old friend Msgr. Chris Heller, pastor. Sound Beach is on the North Shore, just west of Rocky Point. 


Please come to the farewell celebration for Fr. Don in the Parish Hall following the 11.30 Mass on June 11th.  


BISHOP APPOINTS NEW PASTOR.
FOR MOST HOLY TRINITY

Rev. Ryan Creamer
to succeed Msgr. Hanson


Fr. Creamer grew up in the Parish of St. Patrick’s 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 June 28th, 

St. Peter the Apostle in Amagansett

 

WELCOME BISHOP JOHN BARRES

Fifth Bishop of Rockville Centre

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The Roman Catholic Parish for East Hampton, Amagansett, Springs, Wainscott, Napeague and Northwest Woods, NY

 

Most Holy Trinity is where the joy of the gospel is proclaimed, taught and lived.

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