Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

The doctrine of the Most Holy Trinity is that there are three Persons, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, who share the one divine nature. These three Persons existed from all eternity and are equally to be adored. What it means for us is threefold: 1) we have a Father who adopted us into His family, who calls us His beloved children and who shares His life with us; 2) we have a big brother, Jesus, who has experienced what we can experience and who shows us how to handle everything; 3) we have a Holy Spirit who enlightens us and strengthens us that we might follow the Lord Jesus, and, thereby, become holy and share everlasting happiness. It is more important to experience the Trinity than to explain it.
As we begin Mass, we are greeted with: “the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with all of you.” –Msgr. Bob Lawrence