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A Society of Our Lady of The Most Holy Trinity community


Father Dale Craig, SOLT


Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church

and School is a very active Catholic

community located in North Phoenix.

We have many Ministries to serve both

our Anglo and Hispanic populations.

Come join us this week for fellowship,

worship and the Eucharist. 




Mission Statement / Declaración de Misión

"We are one in the Trinity seeking holiness through prayer, the Sacraments and evangelization."

"Somos uno en la Trinidad,buscando santidad a traves de oracion, los sacramentos y evangelizacion."


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Sheunesu Bowora

As a child I never imagined I would be a priest. In fact priesthood or anything like it was the furthest thing from my mind. However, a deep conversion experience in my twenties made me realize how I was utterly loved by God. This understanding of God's love was so profound that I had to do something about it. Priesthood was not immediately on the horizon, but through continued prayer, daily mass, regular confession and Eucharistic adoration, I began to discern a desire to share this love as a priest. This was an idea I had never had before. At first I resisted but after many years of prayer, I relented and gave it all to God as I chose to further discern his will in the seminary. Now I continue to discern and am growing in holiness day by day and through this hope to be what God calls me to be.

Parish: Most Holy Trinity
High School: Prince Edward School (Zimbabwe)
Grade School: Selborne Routledge School (Zimbabwe)
Favorite Saint(s): St. Francis Xavier and St. Therese Lisieux


Estevan Wetzel

Faith has always been an integral part of my life. It was in 6th grade that I began to altar serve and become fascinated with the Mass. As I became more involved in my faith with retreats, Steubenville conferences, and youth group, I literally fell in love with the Lord and his Church. This love of God allowed me to hear the whisper of God asking me to discern the priesthood.

I had no intention of going to seminary until December of my Senior year. Fr. Paul hosts a Day of Discernment every year and I attended it with an open heart. I prayed that God would show me what he wanted to show me because I was a little lost on where I would go for college. While the priest was talking about seminary, I felt this deep, gnawing feeling compelling me to apply. I went home and prayed about it. While I was praying, I felt this peace and joy about this prospect of seminary. I applied, was accepted, and am excited to see what God has in store for me.

For me, the key has always been prayer. There have also been countless people who have given me words of encouragement and been holy examples of what it is to live the faith. I pray that through this time at seminary, I will grow into the man God wants me to be and be able to eventually follow the footsteps of the great saints before us.

Parish: Most Holy Trinity
High School: Saint Mary's High School
Grade School: Most Holy Trinity
Favorite Saint(s): Pope John Paul II, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Pius X


Dan Connealy

I started discerning the priesthood after I graduated from high school. I was swimming for my college and realized that swimming was not something that would last forever. It was a lot of fun but was very temporary. I slowly started attending adoration and daily mass. Through these means I felt the call to do something more with my life, namely serving God's people. After my sophomore year of college I entered the seminary to further discern God's will for me and it has been one of the biggest blessings of my life.

Parish: Most Holy Trinity
High School: Shadow Mountain
Grade School: Most Holy Trinity
Favorite Saint(s): St. John Vianney





Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church,

8620 N 7th St. Phoenix AZ, 85020

 Office, 602-944-3375

Father Dale Craig, SOLT

Parochial Vicars/Vicarios 

Father Miguel Noyola, SOLT 

In Residence

Father Eduardo Montemayor, SOLT



Revrend Brother JR (John Raphael) Dalisay, D.S.
Deacon Louis (Lowell) O' Grady


Mass Schedule / Horario de Misas

7:00am (English/Ingles)
6:30 pm Tuesday only/Martes solamente (Español/Spanish)

8:00am (English/Ingles)
5:00pm (English/Ingles)
7:00pm (Spanish/Español)


8:00AM (English/Ingles)
10:00AM (English/Ingles)
12:00PM (Spanish/Español)
2:00PM (Spanish/Español)

Reconciliation Schedule

3:30pm to 5:00pm

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