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Sunday 12 June

Trinity Sunday Proverbs 8:22-31; Psalm 8: 4-9; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15 The Mystery of God Not a mathematical problem to be solved but a mystery to be lived! Notoriously difficult to think about and to preach on, this doctrine of the Trinity has its foundations firmly in Scripture. Familiar words push us to the edge […]

Sunday 30 May

Trinity Sunday Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40; Psalm 33; Romans 8:14-17; Matthew 28:16-20 One God in three Persons The mystery of a triune God is to be experienced in our lives, not thought about as a puzzle to be solved. We are all created and held in love by a God who protects us like a father […]

Sunday 7 June – The Most Blessed Trinity

Evagrius of Pontus was a 4th-century Greek monk. He said, “The mind cannot grasp God. If God could be grasped, God would not be God”. It is well worth bearing this idea in mind when we try to get to grips with the central doctrine of Christian faith, the Most Blessed Trinity, the inner life […]

Francis Speaks

The Most Holy Trinity From the Pope’s homily on Trinity Sunday 2019. He was visiting the town of Camerino, Italy, which had been wrecked in an earthquake in 2016: Today we celebrate the Holy Trinity. The Trinity is not a theological puzzle, but the splendid mystery of God’s closeness. The Trinity tells us that we […]

Sunday 15 June

Trinity Sunday Exodus 34: 4-6,8-9, Daniel 3:52-57, 2 Corinthians 13: 11-13, John 3:16-18 Trinitarian discipleship The Trinity is a mystery to be contemplated. It is also a life to be lived. To seek the God of Love by imitating the life of Jesus Christ his Son with the help of the Holy Spirit living in […]