St. Tabitha's Society continues its ministry with a donation of handmade hats and slippers for local cancer patients.
The parish will sell homemade holiday cookies and pet treats by the pound on Saturday, December 18 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and Sunday, December 19 from 11:00 pm to 2:00 pm (or we run out).
Join us on Wednesday evenings during Advent to celebrate the Akathist, followed by a study on prayer and light refreshments.
The faithful of the greater Chicago metropolitan area came together on the Saturday, October 30 and Sunday, October 31, to celebrate the Hieromartyr John, at the very location that he built and labored for Christ. [link to Midwest Diocese website, domoca.org].
Following the Divine Liturgy on Sunday, October 24, His Eminence Archbishop Paul read a prayer asking God to bless the newly restored cathedral and led a procession around the property with the faithful blessing the newly restored Cathedral and Rectory. Read more on the diocesan website...
Holy Trinity Cathedral will be a featured site in the 23rd Annual Conference on the Arts & Crafts Movement Chicago & Environs. The conference, organized by Initiatives in Art and Culture and held September 23-26, will consider how Chicago’s architects, artists and artisans developed a design vocabulary specific to the region. This article from Luxury Daily explains more.
The church school kicked off their first day with a picnic and games.
Photos from Orthodoxy Sunday liturgy.
St.Tabitha’s Circle continues to bring comfort and a smile to many cancer patients during the pandemic.
On the Great and Holy Feast of Pentecost, His Eminence Archbishop Paul celebrated divine services at his diocesan Cathedral in Chicago, Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral. Archbishop Paul was joined by Priest Alexander Koranda, Cathedral Dean, and Protodeacon Thomas to celebrate the Altar Feast of the Cathedral.
The parish of Holy Trinity Cathedral welcomes our newest member!
View images from the Paschal Liturgy here.
Today the Church commemorates an important event in the earthly life of our Lord Jesus Christ (Luke 2:22-40). Forty days after His birth the God-Infant was taken to the Jerusalem Temple, the center of the nation’s religious life.
When Thou, O Lord, was baptized in the Jordan, the worship of the Trinity was made manifest...
Learn more about how to schedule a tour of this Chicago Landmark...
Took a few photos of Holy Trinity Cathedral while visiting? We are always looking for photos for inclusion on our website.