Sunday Reflection, Feast of the Holy Trinity (June 15, 2014): The God of Love

Sunday Reflection, Feast of the Holy Trinity (June 15, 2014): The God of Love
This Sunday is the Feast of the Holy Trinity. The readings can be found here.

Today’s reflection comes from Fr. Michael Campbell-Johnston, SJ, a former provincial of the British Jesuits

Teilhard de Chardin

Mystery of the Trinity Mystery of the Trinity

This Sunday is the Feast of the Holy Trinity.  The readings can be found here.

Today’s reflection comes from Fr. Michael Campbell-Johnston, SJ, a former provincial of the British Jesuits.  You can read the entire reflection here, but set forth below is an extended summary:

“The dogma of the Holy Trinity is a mystery we can never fully understand, at least in this life. How can there be only one God yet three separate persons each with their own nature and equal to each other? But it does teach us one very clear truth, crucially important and with practical consequences. The very essence of God’s nature is not a mystery of isolation or individualism but of sharing, of mutual outpouring, of giving and receiving. The exchange of love between Father and Son is what Jesus called the Holy Spirit, the spirit of love.

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