The Apostolate – What We Do
What does it mean that the Missionary Servants work “to preserve the Faith in areas and among people who are spiritually neglected and abandoned, especially the poor”?
It means we go out to the margins of society. Literally. Not just with our thoughts and prayers.
Missionary Servants minister across the United States, Mexico, Central and South America and in the Caribbean.
We can be found among the communities in a remote rainforest in Costa Rica, on Native American reservations, and in the inner cities of Chicago and Los Angeles! Wherever the faithful have been neglected or abandoned, in the “tangled portion of the vineyard”, the Missionary Servants (Trinity Missions) steps up to live alongside God’s people, work alongside them, bringing hope and empowering them to preserve the Faith in the providence of their everyday life.
- We serve immigrants and migrants, accompanying them in their difficult journey, strengthening them with the sacraments and care.
- We bring medical relief to isolated remote areas where the people would otherwise have no access to modern medicine.
- We work with gang members and vulnerable youth to help break the cycle of violence and embrace the joy of Gospel living.
- We work with the men and women in the throes of addiction, helping them to recover and to heal the broken relationships with their families.
If you feel you may be called to the life and charism of the Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, then we invite you to consider the three questions Fr. Thomas A. Judge asked every young man considering a vocation with us:
Do you love God? • How much do you love God? • What sacrifices would you make for the love of God?