Holy Trinity Polish National Catholic Church 880 Barton Street East, Hamilton, ON L8L 3B7 905-549-0470


My Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Because of the requirements of the Government of Ontario, during this medical emergency, beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020, I would like to inform you that all public Masses in our parishes (Hamilton and Mississauga) are cancelled until further notice.

Drodzy Bracia i Siostry,

W związku z zarządzeniami Rządu Ontario, w trosce o Wasze zdrowie, w tym trudnym czasie, pragnę poinformować iż z dniem dzisiejszym, tj. 17 marca 2020, wszystkie Msze Święte i nabożeństwa w parafiach (Hamilton i Mississauga) zostają odwołane. Zapraszam do oglądania transmisji na żywo (poniżej) z kościoła parafialnego w Hamilton.


Holy Trinity Parish & Divine Mercy Parish of the Polish National Catholic Church has been an integral part of Hamilton – Mississauga community, meeting the religious needs first for the Polish immigrants, and later for all residents.

Consider joining us for Sunday Worship! For more than two thousand years, the Sunday Eucharist has been at the very heart of the life of the Christian Church. There is no substitute for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass! Everything we are and everything we do flows into and out of this act of Divine Worship.

In addition, Catholics know that they must continually nourish their spiritual lives apart from Sunday Eucharist. Daily prayer, frequent reception of the sacraments, devotions, bible study, ongoing Christian formation and an active life of charity are the building blocks of what it means to be a CHRISTIAN-CATHOLIC. You will find all these activities in our parishes and we encourage your participation.

If you have questions or suggestions about the parish, you may contact us. Please feel free to stop by the Parish Office or to speak to fr. Andrzej, our pastor or parish council members after Sunday Mass.

No matter what your present status in the Catholic Church, no matter what your current family or marital situation, no matter what your past or present religious affiliation, no matter what your personal history, age, background, race or color, no matter what your own self-image or esteem. You are invited, welcome, accepted, loved and respected by the members and the pastor of the Holy Trinity & Divine Mercy Parish.

A Catholic church where each parish decides its own destiny.
A Catholic church that welcomes all who wish to follow Christ.
A Catholic church whose property is owned by the people who purchase, build and maintain it.
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Liturgical Calendar

Pray for people who are infected with COVID-19 or facing quarantine.

Jesus, during Your ministry on Earth You showed Your power and caring by healing people of all ages and stations of life from physical, mental, and spiritual ailments. Be present now to people who need Your loving touch because of COVID-19. May they feel Your power of healing through the care of doctors and nurses.

Take away the fear, anxiety, and feelings of isolation from people receiving treatment or under quarantine. Give them a sense of purpose in pursuing health and protecting others from exposure to the disease. Protect their families and friends and bring peace to all who love them. 

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. —Philippians 4:6 (NIV)

Pray for people at higher risk of developing the disease.

Dear Lord, we lift to You our concern for people who are more likely than others to become severely ill from COVID-19 — the elderly and people with chronic health conditions. Protect them from harm and be their comfort in this time of uncertainty and, for many, preventive isolation from loved ones.

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. —1 Peter 5:7 (NIV)

Pray for medical professionals, caregivers, and researchers responsible for fighting the new coronavirus.

God, as more people get sick, healthcare workers and first responders are working longer hours with fewer supplies and with more risk of contracting the new coronavirus themselves. Renew their energy and sustain them on long shifts. Bring Your protection upon them as they work with patients. Multiply their supplies so they have the protective items needed to stay safe on the job.

Inspire and invigorate the research doctors developing better tests to diagnose the virus, create vaccines to prevent it, and identify protocols to eliminate the disease’s spread.

Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me. —Psalm 23:4 (NIV)

Pray for the disease to stop spreading.

Almighty God, we know that everything is in Your sovereign control. We ask that You keep this new coronavirus from continuing to spread. Give government officials the ability to safely handle people arriving from other countries. Help people decide to stay home instead of traveling or going out needlessly. Holy Spirit remind people to wash their hands properly. And while it may be heartbreaking, comfort families as they decide to keep their distance from elderly or other high-risk family members.

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear, though the earth gives way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea …—Psalm 46:1-2 (NIV)

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Holy Trinity PNCC Parish - Hamilton


880 Barton Street East
Hamilton, ON L8L 3B7
905 – 549 – 0470

Holy Eucharist
Confession 15 min before Mass

Divine Mercy Parish - Mississauga


1338 Clarkson Rd N,
Mississauga, ON L5J 2W5
905 – 549 – 0470

Holy Eucharist
Confession 15 min before Mass

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How Does The Polish National Catholic Church Differ?

The Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC) was founded in 1897 in Scranton Pennsylvania.
It was created to provide a more value focused church compared to the rigid Roman Catholic hierarchy, by Polish immigrant, Father Franciszek Hodur and the people he served. It was Bishop Hodur’s mission to provide a church responsive to the people’s needs, support them in their journey to Christ’s Salvation, and empower the laity as they worked with the clergy.
Many are surprised that the Roman Catholic Church recognizes the sacraments of the PNCC. This includes ordination of priests and bishops, anointing of the sick, and confirmation. Most importantly, Roman Catholics can receive communion at PNCC parishes. People of all faith backgrounds, including Roman Catholics, are welcomed and allowed at the Polish National Catholic Church.Our mission is to bring the joy of Jesus and His fulfillment to every life that walks through our doors!


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