Thursday, June 12, 2014

In Advance of Trinity Sunday

The Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar celebrates the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity the Sunday after Pentecost. ThinkingFaith posted a few essays from its archives. In one Jesuit James Hanvey reminds:
The name we give to God, The Trinity, marks the depth and height of the Christian knowledge and experience of who God is. It is completely unique to Christianity. Too often our understanding and experience of God as Trinity is dismissed as a mystery or presented as some sort of paradox or conundrum: ‘three persons, one God.’
Out of its depth and height” humans enjoy divine life now as grace; it is “our school of Love.
Wiki-mages by SteinbDJ Holy Trinity window CC BY 3.0

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