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Have you attended or viewed our #HeavenInYourHome workshop?  Check our website at trinityhousecommunity.org/workshops #T...
06/17/2021

Have you attended or viewed our #HeavenInYourHome workshop? Check our website at trinityhousecommunity.org/workshops #TestimonialThursday

Have you attended or viewed our #HeavenInYourHome workshop? Check our website at trinityhousecommunity.org/workshops #TestimonialThursday

Can you relate? ☕️ 😆 #WackyWednesday #fuzzyhead #brightmind #Wakeuptime #coffeetime
06/16/2021

Can you relate? ☕️ 😆 #WackyWednesday #fuzzyhead #brightmind #Wakeuptime #coffeetime

Can you relate? ☕️ 😆 #WackyWednesday #fuzzyhead #brightmind #Wakeuptime #coffeetime

With the last day of school just around the corner, we’re not ready. Of course we’re happy for our kids, but we’re also ...
06/15/2021
I Can Work from Anywhere...Not | Trinity House Community

With the last day of school just around the corner, we’re not ready. Of course we’re happy for our kids, but we’re also overwhelmed at the many logistics that still need to get ironed out—whether it’s for a summer class, camp, lesson, or family vacation.

Which brings us to workspaces.

That’s right—command central. In this third week, as we look at Household Economy, or Level 3 of your Trinity House, we need to look at the special physical space that—together with God’s grace—ensures not just your family’s survival this summer, but flourishing.

For too many years, we made the mistake of thinking “I can pay bills, fill out forms, and work on my laptop anywhere.” But then came Covid, and a kind of reckoning with our disembodied, fluctuating systems. No, we could no longer do what needed to be done at the dining room table, a couch, or the back porch.

And for good reason. We are embodied. We live through senses and in dimensions. (continue reading at link)

Don’t know about you, but we’re a little scared! With the last day of school just around the corner, we’re not ready. Of course we’re happy for our kids, but we’re also overwhelmed at the many logistics that still need to get ironed out—whether it’s for a summer class, camp, lesson, or...

Back to green vestments at mass  today! 💚 It’s the 11th Sunday in ordinary time. #sundaysermon #faithlikeamustardseed #k...
06/13/2021

Back to green vestments at mass today! 💚 It’s the 11th Sunday in ordinary time. #sundaysermon #faithlikeamustardseed #kingdomofgod

Back to green vestments at mass today! 💚 It’s the 11th Sunday in ordinary time. #sundaysermon #faithlikeamustardseed #kingdomofgod

Stay tuned this month for our #HeavenInYourHome workshop coming online soon!  It will be available for you and your love...
06/10/2021

Stay tuned this month for our #HeavenInYourHome workshop coming online soon! It will be available for you and your loved ones to watch anytime, anywhere.

Stay tuned this month for our #HeavenInYourHome workshop coming online soon! It will be available for you and your loved ones to watch anytime, anywhere.

Last week, a remarkable letter arrived in the mailbox for our soon-to-be high school graduate daughter.It was written by...
06/08/2021
A Letter from the Past...and the Amazing Summer Ahead | Trinity House Community

Last week, a remarkable letter arrived in the mailbox for our soon-to-be high school graduate daughter.

It was written by her to herself—during 5th grade—on the topic of her daily life, goals, and dreams. Some thoughtful teacher had the foresight and follow-through to create this amazing tool —and it was wonderful to see our busy daughter stop, reflect, and reminisce as she read the letter.

Then, at a talk at our parish this past weekend, the speaker challenged us to make one spiritual resolution for the summer and email it to ourselves, but to schedule the delivery of the email for late August. That way, the summer resolution will not only spur us to act, but also give us a chance to reflect when it arrives in our inbox in about 12 weeks.

Traffic jams. Lines. Full pews. Hugs. Graduation parties. Vacations. Dinners with friends. Our family is suddenly dizzy—pulled in so many directions. On one level, it’s all profoundly encouraging. But it’s also a stark reminder of how quickly we can jump back onto the “hedonic treadmill”—returning to a “culture of busy” lifestyle with more and more activities.

This week, while the month of June and the lessons of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity are still fresh, let’s pause for a moment at Level 2—Person & Relationships, and make that summer resolution. As we consider how the interpersonal communion of the Holy Trinity is at the heart of family life, what resolution can we make to deepen the relationships in our marriage and family this summer? (continue reading at link)

Last week, a remarkable letter arrived in the mailbox for our soon-to-be high school graduate daughter. It was written by her to herself—during 5th grade—on the topic of her daily life, goals, and dreams. Some thoughtful teacher had the foresight and follow-through to create this amazing tool .....

Today is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ, aka Corpus Christi. No it’s not just a a city in Texas! ...
06/06/2021

Today is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ, aka Corpus Christi. No it’s not just a a city in Texas! 😉 in fact, the city was named after the feast. How many cities and places in the USA can you think of that are named after Catholic Saints, feasts or sacraments? Comment below!

Today is the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ, aka Corpus Christi. No it’s not just a a city in Texas! 😉 in fact, the city was named after the feast. How many cities and places in the USA can you think of that are named after Catholic Saints, feasts or sacraments? Comment below!

Welcome to our cozy café in historic downtown Leesburg, VA, and enjoy the historic property we call home! At the corner ...
06/06/2021

Welcome to our cozy café in historic downtown Leesburg, VA, and enjoy the historic property we call home! At the corner of Church & Market Streets, we stand at the intersection of faith & culture ready to welcome, listen and serve.

Welcome to our cozy café in historic downtown Leesburg, VA, and enjoy the historic property we call home! At the corner of Church & Market Streets, we stand at the intersection of faith & culture ready to welcome, listen and serve.

Happy feast! To celebrate this special day in the life of the Church and your own family, we're happy to share a brief p...
05/30/2021
Why Trinity Sunday should mean everything to your family

Happy feast! To celebrate this special day in the life of the Church and your own family, we're happy to share a brief personal word of encouragement with you, "Why Trinity Sunday Should Mean Everything to Your Family", published here this morning on Aleteia.org. Aleteia English #TrinitySunday #FeastoftheHolyTrinity

“Families,” St. John Paul II famously exhorted us, “become what you are!” The Church celebrates the Trinity today, and it's a celebration meant for all families to share.

Did you know? Our #HeavenInYourHome workshop will soon be available to view online from anywhere at any time! Stay tuned...
05/28/2021

Did you know? Our #HeavenInYourHome workshop will soon be available to view online from anywhere at any time! Stay tuned at trinityhousecommunity.org #testimonials #catholicworkshop

Did you know? Our #HeavenInYourHome workshop will soon be available to view online from anywhere at any time! Stay tuned at trinityhousecommunity.org #testimonials #catholicworkshop

We all sense the reality of what has just happened: The liturgical rollercoaster has taken us to a new place in our live...
05/25/2021
Build Extraordinary Family Culture in Ordinary Time | Trinity House Community

We all sense the reality of what has just happened: The liturgical rollercoaster has taken us to a new place in our lives.

In the last three months, we plunged into the 40-day desert with our Lord and went with Him to Gethsemane, to His betrayal, and crucifixion. For 50 days, we soared to dizzying heights as we celebrated His resurrection and the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

This week—with the return of Ordinary Time all the way until the 1st Sunday of Advent—it almost feels like the rollercoaster has coasted to a stop.

But let’s not get the wrong idea. Our re-entry into Ordinary Time is no time to stop or even coast. In fact, it’s the perfect time to retrench, refocus on the mission ahead, and “sweat the small stuff" of daily life. (read more at link)

We all sense the reality of what has just happened: The liturgical rollercoaster has taken us to a new place in our lives. In the last three months, we plunged into the 40-day desert with our Lord and went with Him to Gethsemane, to His betrayal, and crucifixion. For 50 days, we soared to dizzying...

Forgive this post being a day late but its never too late to say  "Come, Holy Spirit fill the hearts of your faithful an...
05/24/2021

Forgive this post being a day late but its never too late to say "Come, Holy Spirit fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love." We hope everyone had a blessed #PentecostSunday. 🔥

Forgive this post being a day late but its never too late to say "Come, Holy Spirit fill the hearts of your faithful and kindle in them the fire of your love." We hope everyone had a blessed #PentecostSunday. 🔥

A big thank you to our friends at John Marshall Bank's Leesburg branch for this generous donation to Trinity House Commu...
05/20/2021

A big thank you to our friends at John Marshall Bank's Leesburg branch for this generous donation to Trinity House Community! #trinityhousecommunity #thankyou

A big thank you to our friends at John Marshall Bank's Leesburg branch for this generous donation to Trinity House Community! #trinityhousecommunity #thankyou

“My sister Lilly woke up at 4:30 each morning, went to lead the daily Rosary at 6 a.m. at her parish, attended the 6:30 ...
05/18/2021
The Habitually Peaceful Household | Trinity House Community

“My sister Lilly woke up at 4:30 each morning, went to lead the daily Rosary at 6 a.m. at her parish, attended the 6:30 a.m. daily Mass, came back to prepare breakfast for her family, got them off to work and school, and at the end of the day, led the family Rosary." And she did these things every day without fail and with such peace.

We were speechless. During a visit last week with Fr. Jose, a priest friend of ours from India, he shared about the life of his recently departed sister. He said he was so edified by her last days in hospice, which though extremely painful, were suffused with joy and peaceful anticipation of meeting the Lord. We were still busy thinking about her day-to-day virtues!

While we never met Lilly, her selflessness struck us as the gold standard we’re aiming for when we speak of “heaven in your home.” The Catechism defines virtue as... (continue reading at link)

“My sister Lilly woke up at 4:30 each morning, went to lead the daily Rosary at 6 a.m. at her parish, attended the 6:30 a.m. daily Mass, came back to prepare breakfast for her family, got them off to work and school, and at the end of the day, led the family Rosary.” And she Read More

In our diocese (#Arlington, #USA) we celebrated the Solemnity of the #Ascension today, aka the 7th #Sunday of Easter. ⛪️...
05/16/2021

In our diocese (#Arlington, #USA) we celebrated the Solemnity of the #Ascension today, aka the 7th #Sunday of Easter. ⛪️🇻🇦😇☁️

In our diocese (#Arlington, #USA) we celebrated the Solemnity of the #Ascension today, aka the 7th #Sunday of Easter. ⛪️🇻🇦😇☁️

Follow along! Our #HeavenInYourHome Workshop will be viewable online soon.  Come see what others are raving about and le...
05/14/2021

Follow along! Our #HeavenInYourHome Workshop will be viewable online soon. Come see what others are raving about and learn strategies. Inquire about hosting a #workshop in person at your parish or school this year.

Follow along! Our #HeavenInYourHome Workshop will be viewable online soon. Come see what others are raving about and learn strategies. Inquire about hosting a #workshop in person at your parish or school this year.

Save the Date! Next weekend, May 22, come browse & buy over 1,500 books for all ages.  $1 paperbacks, $2 hardbacks, or "...
05/13/2021

Save the Date! Next weekend, May 22, come browse & buy over 1,500 books for all ages. $1 paperbacks, $2 hardbacks, or "Fill a Bag" and save! 📚📚📚

Save the Date! Next weekend, May 22, come browse & buy over 1,500 books for all ages. $1 paperbacks, $2 hardbacks, or "Fill a Bag" and save! 📚📚📚

Friendship in the "Joyless Empire of #Busyness" - The less time we have for #friends, the more we need them. So what's t...
05/11/2021
Friendship in the "Joyless Empire of Busyness" | Trinity House Community

Friendship in the "Joyless Empire of #Busyness" - The less time we have for #friends, the more we need them. So what's the way out of this #conundrum?
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“I used to wonder why my parents didn’t have any friends!” So said a friend of ours—a busy parent of young children.

We all laughed, but she was pointing to a hard truth. For so many, including us, it’s difficult to just hold onto the friends we have—much less cultivate new ones—through the many seemingly all-consuming years of raising children.

Despite all our hyper-connected technology, Americans statistically have fewer close friends today than ever before. And the pandemic hasn’t made friendship any easier. Fast forward—and we find so many couples in retirement suffering in a kind of widespread poverty of friendship.

Some dear friends of ours recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. “With 40 years under your belt, what advice do you have for us?” we asked. They pointed to the importance of prayer, daily acts of kindness toward one another, and then they said, “Cultivate your friendships!”

How right they are! Over the years, we’ve become aware... (continue reading @ link)

“I used to wonder why my parents didn’t have any friends!” So said a friend of ours—a busy parent of young children. We all laughed, but she was pointing to a hard truth. For so many, including us, it’s difficult to just hold onto the friends we have—much less cultivate new ones—thr...

Wishing a blessed & happy Mother’s Day to all mothers & spiritual mothers! #mothersday
05/09/2021

Wishing a blessed & happy Mother’s Day to all mothers & spiritual mothers! #mothersday

Wishing a blessed & happy Mother’s Day to all mothers & spiritual mothers! #mothersday

Wishing a blessed Mother’s  Day to all mothers and spiritual mothers!
05/09/2021

Wishing a blessed Mother’s Day to all mothers and spiritual mothers!

Wishing a blessed Mother’s Day to all mothers and spiritual mothers!

Have you signed up to receive our weekly #HeavenInYourHome Letter? Start now @ link in Bio Strengthen your #domesticchur...
05/09/2021

Have you signed up to receive our weekly #HeavenInYourHome Letter? Start now @ link in Bio
Strengthen your #domesticchurch with #liturgucalliving

Have you signed up to receive our weekly #HeavenInYourHome Letter? Start now @ link in Bio
Strengthen your #domesticchurch with #liturgucalliving

For those of us who feel the life of parenting young children isn't suitable for attaining to any holiness, the witness ...
05/04/2021
Married Saints...and the Rest of Us! | Trinity House Community

For those of us who feel the life of parenting young children isn't suitable for attaining to any holiness, the witness of married saints is very welcome!

Their lives offer a jolt of encouragement just when we need it the most. After all, these couples did it! They faced similar challenges and fears: they changed diapers, tended kids in the middle of the night, worried about finances and their kids’ futures, and still exemplified the faith so beautifully. They did all of this—and their holiness was recognized by the Church.

In this season of Easter joy, let’s highlight two saintly couples and see what they can teach us about building a strong Trinity House. After all, we are called to holiness together as a couple, not in some abstract “lone ranger” kind of way. For those who are married, we are one another’s ladder (hopefully not obstacle!) to heaven. (continue reading at link)

For those of us who feel the life of parenting young children isn’t suitable for attaining to any holiness, the witness of married saints is very welcome! Their lives offer a jolt of encouragement just when we need it the most. After all, these couples did it! They faced similar challenges and fea...

Welcome to the 5th #Sunday of #Easter and the #Gospel of John. #vine #branches #fruit #Jesus #SundaySermon
05/02/2021

Welcome to the 5th #Sunday of #Easter and the #Gospel of John. #vine #branches #fruit #Jesus #SundaySermon

Welcome to the 5th #Sunday of #Easter and the #Gospel of John. #vine #branches #fruit #Jesus #SundaySermon

Come visit @trinityhousecafe at the corner of Church & Market Streets in historic downtown #LeesburgVA. #WhatPeopleSay #...
04/30/2021

Come visit @trinityhousecafe at the corner of Church & Market Streets in historic downtown #LeesburgVA. #WhatPeopleSay #happyfriday #testimonial

Come visit @trinityhousecafe at the corner of Church & Market Streets in historic downtown #LeesburgVA. #WhatPeopleSay #happyfriday #testimonial

What kind of culture permeates your family? Is yours an artsy family? A sports family? A wholistic living family? A food...
04/27/2021
Liturgical Living & Family Culture | Trinity House Community

What kind of culture permeates your family? Is yours an artsy family? A sports family? A wholistic living family? A foodie and hospitality family? An outdoorsy family? A music family? How do you and your loved ones like to spend your free time together?

As we begin week four of the month and our focus turns to Family Culture, what is the cultural common ground for families of faith? Sure, they can look markedly different from each other partly because of the way they like to spend their free time. But there's one part of family culture that every family of faith should have in common — at least some degree of liturgical living.

What is liturgical living? It's tying the daily life in the home to the Church calendar. Of course, the Church calendar commemorates the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the ways in which the saints emulate Him, from year to year. So liturgical living is designed to help the family stay connected to and grow in the life of Christ in their everyday activities.

What does liturgical living look like in practice? There are three main arenas where you can match up your family's everyday life with the Church calendar: (continue reading at link)

What kind of culture permeates your family? Is yours an artsy family? A sports family? A wholistic living family? A foodie and hospitality family? An outdoorsy family? A music family? How do you and your loved ones like to spend your free time together? As we begin week four of the month and our fo...

Have a blessed 4th #Sunday of #Easter! From the #gospel of John, Jesus said “I am the Good Shepherd...” 🐑 🐑 🐑 ✝️✝️✝️
04/25/2021

Have a blessed 4th #Sunday of #Easter! From the #gospel of John, Jesus said “I am the Good Shepherd...” 🐑 🐑 🐑 ✝️✝️✝️

Have a blessed 4th #Sunday of #Easter! From the #gospel of John, Jesus said “I am the Good Shepherd...” 🐑 🐑 🐑 ✝️✝️✝️

#TrinityHouse demonstrates the power of #hospitality in the public square.  #whatpeoplesay #testimonial @trinityhousecaf...
04/25/2021

#TrinityHouse demonstrates the power of #hospitality in the public square. #whatpeoplesay #testimonial @trinityhousecafe and @trinityhsecomm

#TrinityHouse demonstrates the power of #hospitality in the public square. #whatpeoplesay #testimonial @trinityhousecafe and @trinityhsecomm

The Appearance to the Disciples in Jerusalem, from the #Gospel of Luke, 3rd #Sunday of #Easter.
04/19/2021

The Appearance to the Disciples in Jerusalem, from the #Gospel of Luke, 3rd #Sunday of #Easter.

The Appearance to the Disciples in Jerusalem, from the #Gospel of Luke, 3rd #Sunday of #Easter.

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Making Home a Little Taste of Heaven

Hello Friend,

Welcome to the Trinity House Community! Our mission is to inspire families to live together with God, making their homes a little taste of heaven to share with others for the renewal of faith and culture. We are a Catholic non-profit ministry with many beloved Protestant and Eastern Orthodox family, friends, collaborators and supporters. We hope you’ll join us on this journey to share heaven with as many people as possible!

What led us to this mission? We noticed that everywhere you look, self-centered, impersonal lifestyles are on the rise, causing profound unhappiness, making the practice of the faith seem irrelevant, and creating a toxic culture. Meanwhile, our own experience is telling us that things don’t have to be this way. So, we want to share the good news with everyone we know!

We started the ministry in 2006, holding events in parishes and growing a community of Christians who want to help renew faith and culture. In 2014, we took our mission into the public square with Trinity House Cafe + Market, our public model of a Christian home, where we work day-by-day to inspire families with our vision. After five years of honing this platform, in 2019 we began making the Trinity House model more widely available through workshops and other tools.

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