How have you defined God as Trinity?
God for us, we call You Father,
God alongside us, we call You Jesus,
God within us, we call You Holy Spirit.
You are the Eternal Mystery that enables, enfolds, and enlivens all things, even us and even me.
Every name falls short of your goodness and greatness.
We can only see who You are in what is.
We ask for such perfect seeing.
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be.
The above prayer comes from author Richard Rohr, Simplicity.
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen.
The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all. (2 Corinthians 13:14)
Sometimes less is more. That is my prayer for each of you as we continue to navigate through these times together. Now, we begin to see light at the end. Amen.
Whether in person or virtually, I look forward to you joining me for Mass this Trinity Sunday.
May God continue to bless each of you and those that you love.
That the only thing that distinguishes the Three Person of the Trinity is the “relation of origin?” The Catechism of the Catholic Church, Article 255 highlights for us that: the Father is related to the Son; the Son is related to the Father; and the Holy Spirit is related to both. This is the only means of distinction, for we believe in 3 persons in 1 God. Trinity Sunday is a wonderful reminder for us of the love that is shared among the 3 persons of the Trinity and how we, as daughters and sons of God, are drawn in to share in this love. This is by far one of the greatest mysteries of our faith, one that we will never fully understand in this life. Yet one day, when we are in the presence of our God and Saviour in heaven, we will be able to embrace this magnificent mystery.
This is our faith, this is what we believe!
From Our Pastor