Holy Trinity
Polish National Catholic Church

We rejoice you have actually discovered our church! We hope you'll locate us to be an encouraging, friendly team of people. While we don't make any kind of claims to be best, we are regularly uncovering truths. 


A Catholic church where each parish decides it’s 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.
You don’t have to imagine anymore!

Welcome to Holy Trinity Parish! 

Who We Are

Our church is comprised of wonderful, faith filled believers.
We are a Catholic and Apostolic Church, preserving the faith, worship, structure and practice of the early Christian Church. Our doors are open to all and you are welcome to join us for Holy Mass and experience the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in your life.

Our Organizations

Young and the not so young can all extend their faith by working with organizations that make an impact in our communities and enriching our lives.
We Can't Wait To Meet You
If you are seeking God's love and grace, we have a home for you.

How We Are Different

We are a diverse group of believers – bankers, musicians, social workers, teachers, public servants, business owners, parents – united by our shared faith in a loving God.

Parish Office 

Saturdays 10:00 – 01:30 or by appointment
Sundays 12:00 – 01:30 or by appointment


We normally register the intention of baptizing a child with one month's notice. For adults, it's an individual matter, to be arranged.

First Holy Communion 

Preparation for this sacrament usually takes place individually after consultation with the parish priest. 


We encourage adults who, for various reasons, have not previously received the sacrament of confirmation to report this and proceed to this sacrament of Christian maturity.


Individual confession is available before each Mass or by individual arrangement. General confession takes place at the beginning of each Mass (on the first Sundays of each month, we have examination of conscience at the beginning of the Holy Eucharist).

Anointing of the Sick

The need for the sacrament of anointing is reported to the priest at any time. The sacrament can and should be received not only by those seriously ill or in critical condition, but also by those who feel weakness of soul or body, for example due to age. 

Holy Mass  

Every Sunday at 10:00 AM (in English) and 11:00 AM (in polish). Eucharist during the week upon announcement.


The intention of marriage should be reported as soon as possible, even 6 months before the planned date.


The date and time of the funeral are determined by the family of the deceased with the funeral home. The priest requires a death certificate to participate in the funeral.


We believe it's important for our church to know what we value and understand the vision for our future.


It is not easy in this short space to tell you all about the Church. We wish to make it clear that we are not a new Church. We adhere to the One Holy Catholic Church founded by Jesus Christ. Bishop Hodur wrote in 1930s: „As a human organization, the Polish National Catholic Church came into existence among the Polish people in emigration in America in 1897, but as a Divine Institution, it existed from its establishment by Jesus Christ in Jerusalem” (Catechism of PNCC). In the 19th century many Polish people immigrated to the United States looking for economic, political and also religious freedom
Formally, the Polish National Catholic Church was organized at Scranton, Pennsylvania, on March 14, 1897. By 1904 over 20,000 people in five states joined the Polish Catholic Church. The PNCC is the only American Church that is a member of the Utrecht Union of Old Catholic Churches. Both the Roman Catholic and the Orthodox Churches recognize our Orders.
IT IS FRIENDLY CHURCH… where all parish members join in welcoming and enlarging their circle of Christian fellowship with each new parishioner.


IT IS A CATHOLIC CHURCH… rooted in Scripture, based on tradition, and accepting as dogmatic the first Seven Councils of the undivided Christian Church.
IT IS AN APOSTOLIC CHURCH… preserving the Apostolic Succession, an unbroken line of bishops from the Apostles of Jesus Christ to the present day bishops and priests.
IT IS A SACRAMENTAL CHURCH… which acknowledges Seven Sacraments:
1. Baptism and Confirmation
2. The Word of God
3. Penance
4. Holy Eucharist
5. Holy Unction
6. Holy Orders
7. Matrimony
IT IS A TEACHING CHURCH… using catechetic for children and teens; School of Christian Living, a Sunday School for all ages to impart the rich heritage left by Christ to all.
IT IS A DEMOCRATIC CHURCH… in which clergy and laity interact responsibly in Church policy and management with voice in parochial and Seniorate, Diocesan and General Synods.


IT IS A RESPONSIVE CHURCH… meeting of the religious needs of its faithful through Mass and the Sacraments and their social needs through various service organizations.
IT IS AN ECUMENICAL CHURCH… reaching into the community and cooperating with other Churches to make your city or town a better place to live.
At this time much positive dialogue is going on between representatives of Anglican, Orthodox, Roman Catholic Church and the Polish National Catholic Church.
IT IS A COUNSELING CHURCH… If you are having family, personal, religious problems, if you are looking for moral or spiritual support, maybe we can help you.
IT IS A WORSHIPPING CHURCH… where regular Mass attendance is encouraged on Sunday, the Lord’s Day. Other Holy Days of obligation and services call us to give praise and honor to God.
IT IS A PENITENTIAL CHURCH… where the Sacrament of Penance is given by private confession to children until their 16th birthday, after which, Penance is given by a general form to all at the opening of the Mass.
IT IS A CHURCH THAT CARES FOR ITS ELDERLY… not only on the parish level, but for those less fortunate who do not have families. 

About our Church in 2 Minutes


The book signifies the revealed Word of God
The sun signifies Freedom and Fervor
The cross signifies suffering and sacrifice for others
The palm signifies Peace

The motto of the Church is “Through Truth, Through Work, Through Struggle – We will triumph”

Holy Eucharist

10:00 AM - English
11:00 AM - Polish

- Private confession 15 minutes before Holy Eucharist

- Holy Mass during the week - upon announcement


If you need more information, please feel free to contact us.
+1(905) 549 0470

880 Barton St. E.
Hamilton, ON Canada


They say that money can’t buy you love, and that’s a fact. However, you have the opportunity to show your love for others through your donation. Thank you for creating a way to help our parish family.

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