We invite all parish youth to be actively involved in our community!
High School Girls Group
This small group will be a place for young women to share their lives, to study God’s word and learn the sound of His voice, and to lift each other up and support one another in our walk of faith.
Permission Slips are Annually- (click here for permission slip)
Questions? Handmaids of the Heart of Jesus @ 507-276-2432 or [email protected]
Schoenstatt Girls’ Group
At Holy Trinity, we believe that our students deserve every opportunity to explore and deepen their faith life. Through the most generous gift of their time and efforts, the Schoenstatt Girls’ Youth and the youth sister from the Schoenstatt Sisters of Mary are able to provide this opportunity to our girls by offering them the ability to participate in Schoenstatt Girls’ Youth Groups right here at Holy Trinity.
Schoenstatt is an apostolic movement within the Catholic Church, which fosters spiritual renewal, with our Blessed Mother as a very special guide and role model. Who better to emulate as a Christian than the woman that our Lord chose to be His mother? Just as Mary brought Christ to the world, we as Christians want to bring Christ to others!
Schoenstatt is one of a number of Catholic lay movements that were founded in the 20th century, perhaps as a supernatural response to a world that was becoming increasingly secular and devoid of spirituality. Schoenstatt collaborates with other lay movements in evangelizing the world of today through the renewal of our faith commitment in daily life. Click Here to learn more about this.
Marian Apostles (3rd-5th graders)
Living RTA (7th-9th graders)
Click Here for Flyer and overview of group.
Questions? Contact Allison Moudry at [email protected].
All teens (going into) 8th-12th grade
A youth program lead by Fr. John Hayes
Teen Talk is from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Third floor at Holy Trinity School; Please use the cafeteria door entrance #6 and go up steps. Plan for monthly gatherings- Watch the church bulletin for specific information on dates and times!
Each night is a stand-alone night- Teens may attend any or all of the nights!
Fr. John leads teens on a night of fun, faith, scripture (bring your bible), time for Q & A with the priest and treats!
Bring a permission slip (one permission slip is needed annually to assure emergency contact information is kept up to date)!
Permission slips available to print off here
Questions? Contact Michaela Otto @ 320-290-7428 or via email [email protected]
Attention Teen Talk parents:
Join other parents and parish members (each Teen Talk night) in praying the rosary in church at 6:30pm, followed by fellowship in the gathering space.
Together Encountering Christ (TEC) Retreat
Teens! Are you longing to belong? Are you in need of wanting time away from the world? Join other teens 16 years and older on this 3 day catholic retreat that is open to all faiths.
The weekend is a collection of speakers, activities and time to meditate upon the life of Jesus and encounter Him in a special way. TEC retreats focus on the life, passion and resurrection of Jesus Christ and how this impacts our lives as Christians.
Why should you attend a TEC weekend? The reasons are numerous and deeply personal for each person. TEC provides time away from busy schedules to have time for ourselves. TEC is a great way to prepare your heart for confirmation, grow in faith and find a place to belong with other teens and new friends. The reasons are endless. Join Us! Invite a friend!
February 19-21, 2022-Canceled
Totus Tuus Summer Youth Program (Grades 1-12)
What is Totus Tuus?
Totus Tuus is a week-long fun, faith filled summer catechetical program dedicated to the youth with the mission to evangelize and teach the faith of the Church.
Totus Tuus is Latin for “Totally Yours” and is the motto for Pope St. John Paul II. The phrase is taken from St. Louis de Montfort’s great work, True Devotion to Mary, and it represents our desire to give ourselves entirely to Jesus Christ through the hands of his Immaculate Mother.
Who will be teaching our youth?
Totus Tuus gathers together missionaries (college students and seminarians from our very own diocese) onto “teams” of four. These teams tour the Diocese throughout the summer, evangelizing and INSPIRING all those they encounter.
General Program Info:
The programs are divided into morning sessions for grades 1-6 and evening sessions are for grades 7-12.
Grades 1-6: The daytime program is for those going into grades 1-6 and consists of games, catechesis, songs, Holy Mass, and an exciting end-of-the-week water fight! The daytime program runs from 9:00am to 2:30pm. Plan to bring a sack lunch Monday-Thursday, snacks and beverages are provided.
Friday we will have a cookout or pizza party followed by a giant water fight and popsicles/ice cream!!
Grades 7-12: The evening program is for those going into grades 7-12 and consists of social time, small group discussion, games, Eucharistic adoration, Confession, and great talks by the Totus Tuus team members. This evening program runs from 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM. Snacks and Beverages provided!!!!
Parish: The whole parish, however, is blessed by the missionary efforts of the Totus Tuus team! There are opportunities for our entire parish to be part of this week-long program in different ways (see registration form for volunteer opportunities). The teams stay with parish host families for the week and share their mission with everyone they meet. There will also be a Parish Potluck on Wednesday evening of each week starting at 6:00 PM. What a great opportunity to bless our parish by bringing our entire parish family together!
Benefits and Blessings:
- Parents see their children grow in love for Jesus and his Church
- Host families witness true models of the Faith
- Priests are assisted in their ministry & are able to offer Sacraments to the youngest of their flock
- Youth are given the opportunity to participate in a fun, informative, and inspiring summer program at their own parish!
2022 When and Where: July 16-23: Holy Trinity (Winsted)
Grades 1-6: July 17-22 from 9:00am – 2:30pm
Grades 7-12: July 16-21 from 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Registration, Parish volunteer opportunities
- See registration form for registration details and volunteer opportunities
- Cost is 10.00 per child or 30.00 cap-per family- Scholarships ARE available!
Questions? Contact: Leah Cathey 320-300-8662 [email protected]
Leslie Littfin 952-215-4954 [email protected]
Registration for Summer 2022: Click to Download Registration form
Youth Ministry Opportunities in the New Ulm Diocese
Hey Holy Trinity parish youth! Check out the variety of events hosted by the Diocese of New Ulm to help you grow in your faith at www.dnu.org/youth! Boys’ and girls’ camps, the Rome pilgrimage, high school retreats (TEC and Broom Tree), Rallies and Diocesan Youth Council are just some of the many excellent opportunities for you to tap into.
Questions? Contact Kevin Losleben, Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for Diocese of New Ulm at [email protected]
Youth Mission Trip
Since the summer of 2000, Holy Trinity has offered a high school youth mission trip each summer for students in grades 9-12. Youth from Holy Trinity Parish and School are welcome and encouraged to join in this wonderful opportunity!
HT partners with Youthworks, Inc. to provide a Christ centered mission trip for our teenage youth. We want teenagers to understand who God is, how God sees them, and how God may use them to impact our world. We know mission trip experiences can be a powerful discipleship tool for our youth ministry. We believe that God is at work in the life of every teenager, even in ways that we can’t see, and our responsibility is to help create an environment where the Holy Spirit can continue that work!
The trips take place in a variety of places across the US. During the weeklong trip the teens have a chance to work with other church/youth groups and provide a variety of service projects to the communities we serve in-like running a day camp for kids, painting homes, doing yard work and small improvement projects, visiting elderly, working at soup kitchens, and much more. Not only is the mission trip about our service to others but also incorporates individual faith growth. Every morning the youth have a devotional time for self-prayer. Each evening after our work is done there is an activity in the community and/or cultural learning opportunities. Every night there is club time which is a time for prayer, scripture, and music, which is followed by time spent with just our group from HT. So you can see it is more than just work~it is a retreat too! You can also find more information on the Youthworks website (www.youthworks.com). These trips have changed the lives of many people over the past 20+ years!
Questions? Contact Katie Kielkucki @ 651-468-8109 or [email protected]