Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity
Religious community of priests and brothers in the United States, founded by the Reverend Thomas Augustine Judge, C.M., M.S.SS.T., to form a lay apostolate and to direct work among home missions, especially in the South.
The formal decree of erection was read in Washington, DC, 29 April 1929.
To provide for the support of missionaries in training, the community conducts work among boys in crowded Catholic centers and publishes the monthly S.O.S. for the Preservation of the Faith.
Father Judge also founded the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity now numbering about 300 sisters in 30 mission cenacles.
New Catholic Dictionary