Roc Homily for Feast of the Most Holy Trinity 2016
Rather than speaking about the Trinity (still a mystery!) I reflected on our immersion in the life of the Trinity in the liturgy.
See whether it helps. Blessings! –roc,sj
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I think you are right not to speak about the Trinity…it is too complicated. Seems like efforts to explain God by defining Father, Son, and Holy Gh..Spirit are flawed. Don’t like “summoned”, but really feel the “immersion”. God draws us, like a magnet, like gravity. Our feeble minds cannot grasp God…but Spirit is how we are able to experience God. Jesus is is how we mortals are able to see the path. Can I still be Catholic? A searching Catholic?
Good words. Yep, Immersion is the way to go. Gravity meets our resistance and we get to grow through all that & the divine patience, seems to me.
Searching Catholics are great in my book! –roc,sj
Wow! Thank you Roc.
Thanks for this on Trinity Sunday. Miss you.
Thanks, Mike. I miss our talks, our study with Dufford, and just being around on campus with you. Dang.
And I’m now on my 9th reading of Sebastian Moore since 2012. Keeps getting better.
I hope you and your family are doing well. Peace to you! –roc,sj