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Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Church Information

Celebrate with reverence the love of the Holy Trinity 
and the grace of our Lord God and His risen Son Jesus Christ, 
and provide the presence of the Holy Spirit in all church ministries.

315 Marshall Street
Shreveport, LA 71101-3003 
(318) 221-5990


Pastor: Msgr. Earl V. Provenza V.F.

For confidential communication with Msgr. Provenza,
email him at eprovenza@dioshpt.org or call him at (318) 221-5990.

Parochial Vicar: Rev. Charles Glorioso

For confidential communication with Rev. Glorioso, 
email him at cglorioso@dioshpt.org call him at (318) 221-5990.

Mass Schedules


  • Saturday Vigil: 4:15 pm

  • Sunday: 10:30 am and 12:00 pm

  • Weekdays: 7:25 am, Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri - Communion Service 7:25 am on Thurs.

  • Holy Days of Obligation: 7:25 am, 12:05 pm, 5:15 pm

  • Ash Wednesday Mass and Ashes: 7:25am, 12:05pm & 5:15pm

  • Friday's during Lent, Stations of the Cross 11:50am followed by Mass at 12(noon)

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  • Saturday 3:30 – 4:00 pm, or by appointment.

Holy Trinity Nativity Scene

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Memorial Brick Order Form

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Historical Information About Holy Trinity

Read an interesting article about the history of Holy Trinity.


The Diocese of Shreveport has set up an anonymous and completely confidential phone line for you to report instances of known or suspected misuse of parish, school or diocesan assets including fraud, excessive waste or fiscal abuse.  The telephone number is (318) 219-7222.  This line goes directly to a voicemail that is addressed only to Bishop Duca.  Should you need to call this number to report incidents of fiscal abuse, be assured that Bishop Duca will act on the information in a confidential manner to make positive changes.  This new phone line is being established now in order to increase our commitment to being transparent in our financial affairs and to maintain the “good practices” proposed by our insurance company to insure a responsible level of accountability.  It is not being established in response to any suspected problem present in any parish or Diocesan facility.

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