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WDTPRS Trinity Sunday – shared glory, majesty’s gift

The Trinity is the hardest, most mysterious of all dogmas.
There is a logic to the timing of this feast.  We focus on the Son’s Ascension to the Father, then the Holy Spirit on Pentecost, and then the Triune God the … Continue reading

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St. Augustine, the Trinity, and the Boy

I used an image in my entry about the Post Communion prayer for Mass of the Most Holy Trinity which drew comments in email.
The image, a painting by Botticelli, depicts the legendary meeting of St. Augustine with a boy along … Continue reading

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WDTPRS Trinity Sunday – An explanation of the Trinity? No problem!

This is the Postcommunio of the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity in the 1962MR. There is a pleasant rhyme herein of susceptio and confessio, three syllable words preceded by words of four syllables and both deserving a little closer inspectio.
Proficiat nobis … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Are Mormons Christians?

From a reader:
I have a friend who is Mormon and she claims that they are indeed
Christian but something in me says they are not. She claims that Jesus
Christ is the Son of God and her Lord and Savior. Is that … Continue reading

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A Trinity Sunday question

Here is a little Trinity Sunday question for you.
In your Sunday sermons today, did you hear the preacher make an analogy for the Trinity?
Did he says something like…
The Trinity is like water, which can be steam, ice or water.   … Continue reading

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