On Trinity Sunday we contemplate the mystery of God as a play of persons. The Father gives rise to the Son while the Father and Son give rise to the Holy Spirit. God’s unity is never compromised because the three are consubstantial, one in being. To begin to consider this mystery we must consider that love is what God is.
The Communication of Love
by Bishop Robert BarronJune 11, 2017
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- Beauty Will Save the World—But How? Part IV: Liturgical Music