Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel Breadcrumb about chaplain chapels catholic chapel Weekly Schedule Academic Year ScheduleSchedules may vary during academic year breaks - please call or check bulletin for latest schedule Sunday Masses at 0800, 1030, & 1700No Sunday 1700 on a holiday weekend when the federal holiday falls on a Monday Confessions Sundays 0930-1030 & 1600-1700 andduring Eucharistic Adoration - Wednesdays 1900-2000 Daily Masses M-F 1200(except on federal holidays) Masses - Holy Days of ObligationTypically 1200 & 1900See the bulletin (linked below) for specific Holy Day Mass times Summer Schedulebeginning the Sunday after Graduation through the Sunday before ReOrganization WeekSunday Mass at 1030Confessions 0930-1030Daily Masses M-F 1200 (except on federal holidays)No Eucharistic Adoration during the summer Follow Us Facebook Facebook Welcome to Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel Most Holy Trinity Parish serves Cadets, Active Duty military personnel and their families, and civilian staff who live or work in the West Point Community. Visitors are always welcome to come for Mass or quiet prayer."Holy Trinity is the home parish for all Catholic graduates in the service and for every Catholic who has ever served at the Military Academy. Its influence accompanies them and can be seen wherever they are located throughout the world; can be felt wherever important decisions are made (Lynch 23)." ---Monsignor Joseph Moore, Archdiocese of New York priest who served at West Point from 1939-1967, including as pastor starting in 1948.Lynch, Kevin. "West Point Catholic Chapel." Information: The Catholic Church in American Life, vol. LXXII, no. 8, Aug. 1958, pp. 18-24. Frequently Asked Questions Parish Membership Parishioners should register as members of our community. Eligible Parish Registrants Include: Cadets/New Cadets Cadet Candidates (USMAPS) Active Duty Military & their families stationed at West Point Civilian faculty and staff assigned to West Point Residents of West Point Why register? Learn more about various ministries in our parish Be informed of parish happenings Help us minister to you more effectively To request access to the registration form, please call Nancy in the parish office at (845) 938-8760 or email her. Baptisms A meeting with the pastor before the baptism is required, as are sponsors’ certificates of eligibility signed by their pastor. Please call (845) 938-8760 or email the parish Religious Activities Assistant to schedule a Baptism. For children under age one, baptisms are celebrated during Sunday 1030 Mass. For children over age one, celebrated after Sunday 1030 Masses. Confessions The Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) is offered one hour before Sunday Masses, after Mass by request, during Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesday evenings from 1900-2000 during the academic year (August through May), and by appointment. Ministry to the Sick Please call the parish office at (845) 938-8760 for ministry to the sick. Emergency calls are responded to at any time. After hours, Contact the on-call Duty Chaplain at (845) 401-8171 and ask for a Catholic Priest. Marriages All persons wishing to use one of the Military chapels at West Point must be graduates of the U.S. Military Academy, graduates of another U.S. Military Service Academy, or active duty military personnel and their dependents currently assigned to USMA. Weddings are scheduled at most one year out and will not be scheduled on the same weekend as home football games. Date and time should be established at least six months in advance to complete the necessary paperwork and prior to making reception reservations. Individuals must meet their specific faith requirements and/or requirements of the officiating chaplain. Formal Catholic marriage preparation is required in accordance with the regulations put forth by the Archdiocese for the Military Services. Please call the parish office at (845) 938-8760 to inquire about scheduling a wedding. Mass Intentions Mass cards are available at the parish office located in the rectory. No stipend is required for Mass Intentions. Donations can be made directly to the Archdiocese for the Military Services. Bulletin The bulletin may be accessed online. Contact Us Parish Office: (845) 938-8760 Address: Most Holy Trinity Catholic Chapel 699 Washington Road West Point, NY 10996 Parish Staff: CH (MAJ) Christopher Doering, Pastor, (845) 938-3721 Fr. Matt Pawlikowski, USCC Chaplain, (845) 938-3412 Nancy Belmont, Religious Activities Assistant/Catholic Pastoral Life Coordinator, (845) 938-8760 SPC Tahj Lawrence, Building Commandant, (845) 938-4183Emily Lapisardi, Director of Musical Activities, (845) 938-3544 Catholic Cadet MinistriesCatholic Cadet CatechistsCatholic Choir Campus Minister: Brother Carlos Hernandez, (845) 216-2652Incoming Brigade Catholic Rep: CDT Luke Petersen '24OIC: LTC Jon Paynter Music Ministry"He who sings prays twice..." - St. Augustine The Music Ministry at Most Holy Trinity Chapel supports worship within the liturgical norms of the Roman Catholic Church, with the support of our Pastor and clergy, and our talented parishioners. Choir practices Tuesdays 1900-2000 in the choir loft during the Academic Year. Optional dinner is at 1830 in the Cloister Room (basement of MHT). Contact Director of Musical Activities Emily Lapisardi. Men of St. Joseph “As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” ~Proverbs 27:17 Men of St. Joseph (MOSJ) meet Tuesday mornings from 0545-0700 in the chapel for prayer, discussion, fellowship and breakfast. All non-Cadet men of Most Holy Trinity are welcome to join and attend. For more information, please contact MAJ Devon Zillmer. Extraordinary Ministers of Holy CommunionFor information about training or scheduling, contact COL John Hartke. Youth Ministry The position of Catholic Youth Coordinator is currently vacant. Catholic Women of the Chapel Catholic Women of the Chapel is designed to open our hearts and minds so that we can more fully bring God into our lives, our families' lives, and into our community. We provide an opportunity for women to unite in prayer, to learn, share, and grow together in their knowledge of God, their Catholic faith, and the Church. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, CWOC reflects a visible presence of Christ in military communities by fostering and nourishing women in spirituality, leadership, and service. Join us for fellowship and study on Thursday mornings from 9-11AM at the Post Chapel, Building 692 Biddle Loop from September to May. We also offer a book club, Ladies' Night Out, service opportunities, and summer playdates. For more information, please email the CWOC president or ask to join the CWOC West Point Community Facebook page. Altar ServersIt is a great privilege and responsibility to serve God and His Church by assisting the priest at Mass as an altar server. This ministry is available to boys and girls, men and women, who have completed First Communion and have successfully completed training. For information about training or scheduling, contact our coordinator Meg Reifenberg. Lectors/ProclaimersIf you are interested in serving as a Lector or have any questions, contact COL Greg Boylan. Order of Christian Initiation of Adults (OCIA)The OCIA program is the process by which adults become members of the Catholic Church. It is a multiple step process that takes several months to complete. OCIA meets in the evenings, starting in August. Optional dinner is at 1900 and the program runs from 1930-2055 in the Cloister Room. This is a combined class that includes both adults and Cadets. For more information or to learn about alternate meeting times, please contact MAJ Will McCarthy. Religious EducationOur Religious Education program is held on most Sundays from September through April from 0900-1000 in Thayer Hall on the west side of the third floor. Classes are available from Pre-K to Adult, including special needs children. A nursery is available for volunteers and those individuals attending the Adult class. Catechists are volunteers who teach the classes. We also prepare people to receive the sacraments of the Catholic Church. To sign up for classes or to volunteer, contact Garrison Director of Religious Education Cindy Cline.