Holy Trinity Sunday – The Liturgy Immerses us in the Trinity

Holy Trinity 03 I propose that liturgy opens for us our lives immersed in the life of the Trinity. Each moment of liturgical praying, each word and gesture has the capacity to catapult us to theological remembering of our ‘being situated in the life of the Trinity’.

My homily dealt with several moments in the introductory rites that can serve as springboards to mindful engagement with the Triune God.

Perhaps these reflections may support your prayerful encounter with the Triune God as we approach the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ on Sunday.

And, hopefully, in the next year or so I will have put together a book that continues and deepens this reflection.

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