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The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

Our faith rests on the object of this feast, that there is one God and within this one God are three Divine Persons, that of the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit, all of whom are neither greater than the other but all three are one eternal God! This can be quite incomprehensible to us but is it our faith that leads us forward to believe. We don’t understand and then believe, but we believe and then we understand.

This feast falls on the first Sunday after Pentecost. And so it should be that every Sunday, we should reflect on the gifts and blessings of the Trinity with gratitude.

There are many symbols of the Trinity as seen below. Something that you can do as a family on this beautiful feast day is to research the meaning of these symbols and create or draw something for your altar or table to use as a family tradition each year.




As a family, look at all the other symbols that are representative of the Holy Trinity and reflect on what they mean to you.

Here are some to begin with:

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