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Office Hours for April 20-24


Monday April 20th -9:00-11:00 a.m.- Office Hours


Tuesday April 21st – 9:00 a.m. Mass (private)

9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. –Office Hours


Thursday April 23rd -9:00-11:00 a.m.- Office Hours


Friday April 24th - 9:00 a.m. Mass (private)

9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. –Office Hours

Mass will be lived streamed on Facebook and a link will be available on our parish web site:




Hawthorne Woods: Viola Pensinger.  

Premier Living: Edith Vollstedt

Presbyterian: Wanda Martincic

Rolling Meadows: Mary Ann Stuck

Deployed: Scott Day



At Home: Dave Abbinatti, Ethan Deyell, Jerry Seaman, Patrick Burton, Jobe and Nehila families, John Jarosz, Sandra Zajac, Paula Silver, Jessica Ferguson, Toni Miller, Diana Restor, Jim Bolam, Pete Yurkovich, Sandy Pajak, Kristan Kovach, Jimmy Blichaez, Gary Sladick, Ed McKinney, Elaine Booza, Carolyn Margburger, John Popeck, Romy Wightman , Bernice Borkowski, John Brower, Carla Smith , Jackson Beck, Logan Areford, Casia Zychowski ,Martha Ward, Freda Andreone, Dr. Craig Fox and Karen Barber, Guy Nadalin.



Please be assured we will keep you informed in a timely manner any and all news related to parish worship and activities.


We are collecting new socks and underwear to benefit Washington County Children & Youth and Families who are in need. All sizes and types are requested, with a particular need for the following: Women’s underwear size 8, boys boxers all sizes, and socks. Please bring in items when we are permitted to celebrate mass publicly.


The parish choir Spring flowers will be delivered on May 13th.


If you need an end of the year statement for tax purposes, please call Sandy Santoro 412-951-2637.



The SOCL fun trip will be rescheduled at a later date.


We pray for all who are on the frontline in fighting the Covid 19 outbreak and those who have contracted the virus.




The VBS planning meeting will be scheduled at a later date.





Miriam and I continue our prayers for you and our nation in the midst of this difficult time. Remember that we are here for you, and you are not alone. We invite you to participate in our Sunday live-stream liturgies if possible on our Facebook page at Holy Trinity National Catholic Church, or via the link on our web page at