Study of the ReadingsEd. by Joyce Ann Zimmerman,
• Words, Phrases
• To the point • First Two Readings
John Kavanaugh, SJ
In the Beginning Was Relationship
Otherness, we remember on Trinity Sunday, is at the very beginning and end of things. Heaven is found in the other.
John J. Pilch
Spirit of Truth
When human efforts to arrive at the truth are continually thwarted by secrecy, lying, and deception, one can only hope for help from another source.
Hilary of Poitiers
The Spirit abides by no rules; he speaks when he pleases, what he pleases, and where he pleases.
From Experience to Doctrine
If it is the Christian experience of Jesus that gave rise to the teaching on the Trinity, then the only way even to begin to understand the doctrine is to reflect on the experience that prompted it.
Reginald H. Fuller
When the apostles return to the church in Syrian Antioch, they report, not what they had done, but what “God had done with them.”