Reflection
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
27th May 2018

Our spirit and God’s Spirit are united as we call God “Abba, Father.”

The readings of today’s feast of the Most Holy Trinity reveal the great gift being offered to us – communion with God. We are offered a share in the very life of the divine community that is God: Father, Son and Spirit.

In the First Reading, Moses kindles in the people a realisation that God is so close as to be heard. His voice is one that chooses and calls the people to fullness of life. The Psalm echoes this theme. We are the Lord’s own chosen people – this is what fills us with hope.

The Second Reading explains how such a gift comes about. Only by the power of the Spirit, as children of God, are we able to cry ‘Abba, Father’.

Finally, the Gospel shows what this gift means – we are not to rest easy as heirs of God, but to go out to every nation, sharing the gift by inviting others into the same communion with God.

Let’s ask, this week, for a greater sense of being called into the very life of the Trinity so that, filled with grateful joy, we might go out and invite others as well.



Pope Francis 
Please pray for The Pope and our Shepherds.
God never gives someone a gift they are not capable of receiving. If he gives us the gift of Christmas, it is because we all have the ability to understand and receive it.

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 2018 05 27 Services for the Week.pdf