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SPIRITUAL REFLECTION – The Most Holy Trinity (B)

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity is always celebrated a week after Pentecost.
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Trinity Sunday honours the most fundamental of Christian beliefs – belief in the Holy Trinity. The human mind can never fully understand the mystery of the Trinity, but we can sum it up in the following formula: God is three Persons in one Nature. There is only one God, and the three Persons of God—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—are all equally God, and they cannot be divided. At Holy Mass, the Sacred Liturgy lifts the heart, mind, and soul up to God, who is Father Son & Spirit.

We not only praise the Holy Trinity in the Gloria at the beginning of Mass, but we also make a profession of faith to God in the Trinity while praying the Nicene Creed. The Council of Nicaea was called by Emperor Constantine in the year 325AD. The Early Fathers of the Church, in response to various heresies rife at that time, formulated a Universal Creed of Belief, formulating not only the belief on the Most Holy Trinity, but also about the Church, Baptism, and Resurrection from the Dead, and Our Blessed Lady’s role in God’s plan of Salvation.  Let us pray the Creed with true faith and fervour!

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