Holy Trinity Catholic Church - Bandon, OR

    St. John the Baptist Catholic Mission - Port Orford, OR   

Pastoral Administrator: Father George Kuforiji

Holy Trinity Catholic Church 355 Oregon Ave. SE, Bandon OR 97411 

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, the second oldest parish on the Oregon Coast, serves the small coastal town of Bandon, Oregon.  



The parish hall where our parish activities and meetings are held. This building also houses our parish office and chapel. 







9 AM - 3 PM

Monday, Thursday and Friday


Parish Office: 541-329-0697

Email: holytrinitybandon@yahoo.com


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Father George Kuforiji


began his assignement on 1 July 2015 as the Parochial Vica for Holy Trinity, Bandon and St. John The Baptist, Port Orford.  On 1 July 2017, he became the Pastoral Administrator for these parishes.   His biography from the Catholic Sentinel reads:  


He was ordained on June 5 by Archbishop Sample.

Father Kuforiji was born in 1951 in Oshogbo, Nigeria. He attended elementary school at St. Benedict School in Oshogbo and graduated from St. Joseph College High School in Ondo in 1969. He studied at the University of Washington in Seattle, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1983. Prior to entering the seminary, he worked with the Oregon Department of Transportation. He entered the seminary in 2010, and was installed as a lector and an acolyte in 2013. He studied theology at the Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners, Wis. His ministry training has included assignments at St. Vincent Church in Salem, St. Francis of Assisi in Milwaukee, Wis., and chaplain’s training at St. Joseph Hospital in Tacoma, Wash.


      Fortnight For Freedom 2015: Freedom to Bear Witness

      Fortnight for Freedom 2015: Freedom to Bear Witness


      This Sunday, the Church in the United States begins its annual Fortnight for Freedom.  Join us Wednesday, June 24th at 5:30 pm for a special Mass and Holy Hour in honor of St. John the Baptist to pray for the preservation of religious freedom and the sanctity of Christian Marriage between one man and one woman.  The USCCB website offers this:    

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      The Fortnight for Freedom: Freedom to Bear Witness will take place from June 21 to July 4, 2015, a time when our liturgical calendar celebrates a series of great martyrs who remained faithful in the face of persecution by political power—St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher, St. John the Baptist, SS. Peter and Paul, and the First Martyrs of the Church of Rome. The theme of this year's Fortnight will focus on the "freedom to bear witness" to the truth of the Gospel.



      Pledge to Fast during the Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty


      Take the Pledge:  I pledge to join the bishops' call to prayer by fasting and abstaining from meat on Fridays for the intention of the protection of  Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty.


      *A note on fasting and abstinence: As penitential practices, fasting and abstinence unites us to the redemptive suffering and death of the Lord. Latin Church Catholics in the United States are especially encouraged to abstain from meat on all Fridays throughout the year, in remembrance of the day Christ died for our salvation, and to observe fasting during the weekdays of Lent. Both fasting and abstinence are, however, obligatory on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Abstinence from meat is further required on the Fridays during Lent, unless a solemnity falls on a Friday. The norm consists of abstaining from meat; this abstinence does not include eggs, milk products, or sauces made with animal fats. There are many forms of fasting. The norm consists of eating only one full meal each day; two smaller meals may also be taken, as needed, but not to equal a full meal. Some Catholics may elect to observe a literal all-day fast, or give up particular foods or drinks in addition to their abstinence from meat. Please consult a priest if you have further questions.






      Pictured at the left is our newly-remodeled chapel. We repainted it, put in new light fixtures and new stained glass window films, added the mini library and put in new stations of the cross. This was a labor of love and dedication of the parishioners. Thanks so much for all those who have given their time, effort, and resources to make this project a reality. Blessings to you!

      Parish Activities




      Pictured at the left is our Annual Parish Picnic, held this time at the parish grounds on September 18, 2013. The theme of this picnic was "You're a Sport!" Parishioners came with their favorite team apparels and some, with a good sense of being a "sport". It was a lot of fun.

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