Faith Formation

“The human being is single, unique, and unrepeatable, someone thought of and chosen from eternity, someone called and identified by name.” - Pope John Paul II

Religious Education
Holy Trinity's Roman Catholic faith is at the heart of our Catholic High School community. Founded on a commitment to the 4 Pillars of the Catechism (Creed, Sacraments, Moral Teaching, Prayer) and with a focus on the catechetical efforts of the New Apologetics, our school's four year comprehensive religious education program seeks to develop a student’s capacity to reason through their faith and articulate it as missionary disciples.  Working together with the Campus Ministry team, the efforts in the religion classroom are enhanced with opportunities to deepen their faith through Eucharist, prayer, service, and retreats. 

Campus Ministry

The Campus Ministry Team works together with the Religion Department, faculty and service clubs to foster and support Bishop Barres' call for Dramatic Missionary Growth throughout Long Island.  At Holy Trinity, all students have the opportunity to discover and grow in their faith. Our Campus Ministry reaches out to the whole student body, faculty, and staff, striving to create a Christian community filled with active disciples of Jesus Christ.


As seniors, Holy Trinity students have the opportunity to apply for a leadership and retreat team called the LiGHTs. This is an acronym which stands for Living in God - Holy Together. The name also invokes the call and responsibility to be the Light of Christ to all they meet. Aside from being leaders and role models of faith in our school community, LiGHTs also serve as the underclassmen retreat facilitators as well as freshmen mentors. This year's LiGHTs theme is "Community in Mission" - drawing from the experience of the early Church and the spread of Christianity by the apostles. Our students will focus on becoming local missionaries by building a deep sense of community within our school as well as within our surrounding community.

Holy Family Parish Partnership
Holy Trinity is proud to partner with our neighbors at Holy Family Parish in Hicksville. This partnership has brought us three campus chaplains: Fr. Gerard Gentleman, Fr. Liam McDonald, and Fr. Daniel Opoku-Mensah.
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The Fordham University Graduate School of Education and the Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-Based Education recognized Holy Trinity Diocesan High School for its exemplary Catholic School Religious Education Program. Holy Trinity was also recognized for its unique partnership with Holy Family Parish in our joint mission of strengthening Catholic Education and Dramatic Missionary Growth.

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