Preparing for Trinity Sunday
It is a celebration that looks at the Christian doctrine and lasts one day, but we can make time to honor God all year long. "The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity” is a time to worship God, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Not many are aware that this day is honored the Sunday after Pentecost. The Catholic Church explained that believers are “baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit: not in their names.” There is only one God, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Rev. William G. Most wrote in The Basic Catholic Catechism and as shared on Global Catholic Network that the Trinity is a mystery.
Why? We only worship one God, not the three in the trinity. “Even though the Three Persons are One God, yet they are distinct: for the Father has no origin, He came from no one. But the Son is begotten--He comes from the Father alone. The Holy Spirit comes or proceeds from both the Father and the Son. These different relations of origin tell us there are three distinct Persons, who have one and the same divine nature.” Here are ways to prepare for "The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity.”