Saturday, June 13, 2009

The Most Holy Trinity

My Dear People,

"Go therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptize them in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We begin and end all of our liturgical prayers in the name of the Most Holy Trinity. Our Lord was baptized in the presence of the Trinity in the River Jordan. Peter emerged from the upper room, only to baptize in the name of the Father, Son, and the Most Holy Trinity." What is it about the Trinity, even though the title is not named in the Sacred Scriptures, that makes them central to our Catholic Faith? It is because the Trinitarian Mystery is at the core of our Catholic Faith. It is the basis for our Creed.

The mystery of the Trinity prepares us now for life eternal with them. A family of persons, we shall experience Them perfectly after our cleansing in Purgatory. They are central to our perfect life to come in eternity because all life comes from Them and returns to Them. When you pray, always ask for the grace to enter into the mystery of the Trinity. Come into the presence of the Holy Trinity when you pray.

May we find in our summer schedule, more time to pray in the presence of the Most Holy Trinity.

Entrusting you

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