Welcome to our Parish

St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish, is the Merger of the 3 Churches in
North Haven, 
St. Frances Cabrini, St. Therese, and St. Barnabas.

I would like to welcome our seminarian Anthony Caruso, who has been assigned by Bishop Betancourt to our parish of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity for this summer. We have been blessed and honored to have Anthony here at our parish, please welcome him. Anthony is going to be mentored by me, as he proceeds in the fall to study theology in Minneapolis.
Thank you all for your support, prayers and continuous generosity to our amazing parish.

God Bless You,  Rev. Michael Santiago



Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish

Parish Scholarship

Download Application

Dear Graduating Senior:

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation from high school!
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish offers The Reverend Michael Santiago and Father Vincent E. Lyddy scholarships to graduating seniors that are parishioners of the parish.  If you are interested in applying for this scholarship the application is available for downloading/printing above.

Once complete, please send your application and associated documents to

St. Elizabeth of the Holy Trinity,
Attn: Faith Formation Scholarship Committee
555 Middletown Avenue,
North Haven, CT 06473. 

If you have any questions or concerns,
please feel free to contact us at (203) 234-9287 or email [email protected].

God Bless,

Rev. Michael Santiago & Religious Education Coordinators



Parish Festival June 22, 23, & 24

Become a Festival Sponsor Click here

Our parish Festival will soon be here. This years Festival is going to be held from, Thursday June 22 to Saturday June 24. 2023. The hours are Thursday and Friday 6pm to 10pm and Saturday from 4 pm to 10 pm. The festival is held on the grounds of St. Therese Church. 555 Middletown Ave., North Haven, CT. 06473. Admission is free! Free Parking!

There will be Nightly Entertainment. Rides, Games, Raffles, Great Food, for all ages.

The foods available will be: Fried Dough, Sausage and Peppers, Meatballs, Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Chicken Nuggets, Steak and Cheese, Grilled Cheese, Italian Ice, and many other Desserts. Refreshments available in our café’, will be Coffee, Cappuccino, Espresso,  Bottled Water, and Soda.

Your Support is very much needed and appreciated.

We need your help too, to become a volunteer please call the parish office 203-239-5378

Peruse our Sponsors

Religious Education Information

Connect with Religious Education Coodinators, Ann Marie or Cecilia
Phone (203) 234-9287 or email [email protected]

Please be advised our office hours for emailing, returning or answering phone calls are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday between the hours of 4pm to 7:30pm.
Please reach us or stop by during these hours.

Its Almost time to register

Registration for the 2023-2024 Religious Eudcation will go live on June 16, 2023. Please note Registration for 2023 2024 Classes, will be online only.

If you are in need of community hours now is the time to call our office.

We especially now need all volunteers to help at all booths for our holiday bazaar.
All High School Students in need of volunteer hours, please connect with our Religous Education Office to help.

If you would be interested in being a part of our team as a catechist or helper, please contact the Religious Education office.
Please note: that tuition is waived for Volunteer Teachers.

For Registration Information please connect with our Religious Ed office.

God Bless Everyone,
Religious Education Coordinators, Ann Marie and Cecilia

Womans Club Dinner

All parishioners are able to join our Womans Club, To find out more please connect with the parish office .
203-239-5378 [email protected]


  • Sun, Jun 4th

  • Sun, May 28th

May Crowning

Thanks to all the members of the Knights of Columbus Father James F. Donaher Council #3733 for hosting our Lenten Supper. Also Thanks to all the Religious Ed Students who helped.

Click here for more pictures


Rev. Michael Santiago, Pastor
Steve Bilodeau, Deacon
Ronnie Bicknell, Deacon

We would like our parish family to welcome our Interim priest in residence
Fr. Thomas Joseph!
In Father Santiago’absence Deacon Ernie Scivani has been
appointed administrator to our parish.


Mass Times

Dear Parishioner’s







Thank you for being a supporter and a valuable member of our community.
God Bless, Rev. Michael Santiago

Recorded Daily Mass on this website

Woman's Club Ministry

Visit our Womans Club Ministry webpage to Learn More

Request Form for 2022 Tax Statement




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Office Hours

Parish Office / Rectory Hours
Monday - Friday 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Religious Education Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday 4:30 to 7:30 pm

Rectory - Parish Office,
Phone 203-239-5378 - email

Religious Education Office,
Phone 203-234-9287 - email
Religious Education Webpage

Nursery School Office,
Phone 203-234-9971 - email
Nursery School Website

On Line Giving



Annual Collection Click above, Learn More

Thank You!




The Parish Community of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity  aspires to be a family of faith, united in the church's mission to make disciples by proclaiming in word and action - the joy of the gospel, especially to those most in need of God's love and mercy.

View Pictures of the beautifacation of the interior of St. Barnabas Church

You can Register for the parish online by clicking Here
Thank you!


To Schedule your wedding at St Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish, please contact the parish office. Learn More

Register for our Parish

Learn how to Volunteer
Our Promise to Protect
Click Here

Volunteers are urged to take the Virtus Training Class for “Protecting God’s Children” 
Call Michele Adinolfi for info on how to sign up at 203-234-9971.

Any questions call Sharon or Marie at the parish office

Knights of Columbus Father James F. Donaher Council #3733


On January 8th - there is a mass in honor of  Lt. Dustin Demonte @ 9:30 AM at St. Barnabas Parish,  Following mass there is a coffee and, andin addition we will be pulling our final winners for the raffle.

Knights of Columbus - Father James F. Donaher Council #3733 and the Commodore John Barry Assembly 097 – 4th Degree Honor Guard want to thank Father Michael Santiago for hosting and celebrating the beautiful Memorial Mass of Blessed Michael McGivney last Saturday at St. Barnabas.  The North Haven Council of Knights presented K of C Vestments to Father Santiago before the Mass. 

Social Action Committee

Social Action will be holding a food drive on the weekend of June 10, 11. Volunteers will be in the church parking lot before each Mass to collect your donations.
Food Item Suggestions:
Canned tuna & chicken; canned soups & stews; coffee & tea; 100% fruit Juice; cereals; peanut butter & jelly; Mac & cheese; shelf stable milk; instant potatoes; Knorr’s rice & pasta dishes; dried/ baked beans; cake/ brownie mix
Thank you for helping us fill food pantry shelves for the summer.

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Parish Communication

Please do not leave your car parked at the St. Frances Cabrini Church Parking lot after 8 AM Mass. The gate is locked immediately after the Mass. Thank you!

Special Communion Distrabution:  
On Mondays, we will be at the parking lot door of Saint Barnabas Church from 2:00 - 2:30 pm distributing Holy Communion to anyone who is unable to attend Mass due to compromised heath issues because of Covid 19. Please note Communion will be given at the Sacristy door. There is no need to make an
Mass Bookings:  Bookings can be done in person or over the phone. Please call 203-239-5378 during regular office hours (9:30am to 3pm, Mon. - Fri.) Absolutely no requests can be made by email.

Bulletin Submissions: Please email the info by Tuesdays at 11:00am to: [email protected]

Religious Education Information:

Happy Spring! 

Registration for the 2023-2024 Religious Eudcation will go live on June 16, 2023. Please note Registration for 2023 2024 Classes, will be online only.

Please feel free to contact the religious education office at 203-234-9287 or [email protected] with any questions or concerns.  Learn More

Parish Envelopes: The envelopes have been ordered since August and are on back order. The Envelope Company has been having staffing problems besides a paper shortage. As soon as we have more information, we will keep you updated and informed. Please donate by either our online tab or please make sure your name and address is listed on a plain envelope when making a donation.

The envelopes will be in one box for the entire year. Envelopes will be available at Saint Barnabas Church. Please contact Marie or Sharon in the office at 203-239-5378 for any questions. We will have extra boxes on hand. Please let us know if you no longer wish to use your envelopes so we can note our system.  

Once envelopes are in please let us know if you cannot find your box. 

Thank you all for your patience!

Poor Box: Special envelopes are available marked “Poor Box.” If you wish to make a contribution to the poor, please put these envelopes in the collection basket.

To all Parishioners for IRS charitable donations: If you are a registered parishioner and use the envelopes, we can provide you with documentation of your contributions to the parish for tax purposes
Please fill out the form. The form for last year can be downloaded HERE .
Thank You!

SPONSOR CERTIFICATES: You must be a registered, active member of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish in order to obtain a sponsor certificate. Please call the parish office at least three weeks before the Baptism or celebration of Confirmation.
Thank you.

Blood Drive: The Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity parish is hosting a Blood Drive for the American Red Cross on May 31st from 1-6 at Saint Frances Cabrini Church 57 Pond Hill Road, North Haven.
Please go to htpp://www.redcrossblood.org to schedule your donation. (Sponsor ID NHWC) We urge all eligible parishioners to participate in this drive as your
donation might make a life or death difference for someone in or around our community.

To Submit Information For Our Website: Please email Webmaster
note: Father Santiago must approve all submissions.

Thank you for your cooperation, Marie and Sharon 



If you have knowledge or suspect that a minor or vulnerable adult (an adult with an intellectual disability) has been sexually abused, in any manner, by personnel of the Archdiocese of Hartford, you are urged to report this information to:

Kathleen D. Nowosadko
Victim Assistance Coordinator
[email protected]

In addition, you will be asked to follow up in writing with a detailed description of the facts involved in the incident. Specifics of this written report can be found in the Policies and Procedures of the Archdiocese of Hartford Relating to Allegations of Sexual Misconduct Involving Minors and Vulnerable Adults. This document is also available online at www.archdioceseofhartford.org. The Archdiocese of Hartford will report any and all incidents to the proper civil authorities.
Mandated reporters in the State of Connecticut are required by law to report any incident of sexual abuse involving a minor or vulnerable adult. We encourage any Non-Mandated persons to report such incidents to the proper authorities as well. We support your right to do so.
Incidents involving sexual abuse of minors (persons under the age of 18) should be reported to:
State Department of Children and Families Care-line
Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 18 – 59 should be reported to the:
Connecticut Department of Developmental Services – AID Division
for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities
Incidents involving sexual abuse of vulnerable adults aged 60 and over should be reported to:
Department of Social Services for the Elderly
Once a written report of an incident of sexual abuse of a minor or vulnerable adult has been received, an investigation will be undertaken by, or on behalf of, the Archdiocese of Hartford.