Welcome From Fr. Dan

FrDanEstesMay the peace of Christ be with you.

We live in challenging times, where many find themselves living in fear and isolation. We, in the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT), seek to live as disciples of Jesus through Mary living in Marian-Trinitarian communion serving on ecclesial family teams in areas of deepest apostolic need. We strive to draw all peoples back to oneness with their heavenly Father and each other through Our Lady’s intercession to overcome all fear and isolation.

Many people are searching for meaning in their lives which ultimately can only be found in Christ, and in the present day it is often difficult to find a true disciple of Christ. Hence, there is a great need for the New Evangelization to make disciples for the next generation. It is precisely this need that we seek to fill through the intercession of Mary our mother. The laity must be involved in this work of the New Evangelization. The Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity is a means by which laity can participate in this mission.

In a world that exalts individualism and the self, a gift of our community is to overcome self-centeredness through communion with the Most Holy Trinity and each other. We serve on ecclesial family teams acknowledging the unique gifts of priests, religious and laity in order to better fulfill the evangelical mandate of Christ to “make disciples of all nations” (MT 28:19). We recognize the need for each vocation to bring the Good News to as many people as possible, especially to those in deepest apostolic need.
The Second Vatican Council emphasizes the integral participation of the laity in the mission of Christ (cf. Lumen Gentium 31-33). The lay members of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity serving on ecclesial family teams and living out their discipleship of Jesus through Mary strive to live the fullnessof their vocation to draw others into union with the Most Holy Trinity.

We invite you to join in our mission. Please contact us to find out how you can participate.

God bless you,
Fr. Dan Estes, SOLT