God alone can make
the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity known to us
by revealing Godself as Father, Son and Holy Spirit:
One God and Father FROM whom all things are; and
One Lord Jesus Christ THROUGH whom all things are; and
One Holy Spirit IN whom all things are.
Everyone who glorifies the Father does so
THROUGH the Son IN the Holy Spirit
Everyone who follows Christ does so because
the Father DRAWS him and the Spirit MOVES him.
Now this is the Catholic faith:
We worship one God in the Trinity and the Trinity in unity,
without either confusing the persons or dividing the substance;
for the person of the Father is one,
the Son’s is another, the Holy Spirit’s another;
but the Godhead of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is one,
their glory equal, their majesty coeternal.
A Prayer to the Triune God
O my God, Trinity whom I adore,
help me forget myself entirely
so to establish myself in you,
unmovable and peaceful as if
my soul were already in eternity.
May nothing be able to trouble my peace
or make me leave you, O my unchanging God,
but may each minute bring me
more deeply into your mystery!
Grant my soul peace.
Make it your heaven,
your beloved dwelling and
the place of your rest.
May I never abandon you there,
but may I be there, whole and entire,
completely vigilant in my faith,
entirely adoring, and wholly given over
to your creative action. Amen!
— Agnes Ann Mills
ccc 258, 259, 260, 266
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