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‘We notice that the Holy Spirit speaks, but not of himself: He announces Jesus and reveals the Father,’ the Holy Father told pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square June 12.
Today’s readings speak of the work of the Trinity in creation and redemption.
Don’t we owe our all to the Son of God who endured Good Friday so that he would never be excluded from our own sufferings?
The “Hospitality of Abraham” is a type of the Trinity — but not a representation of the Trinity itself.
If it is true that God loves us — indeed, that he is Love itself — then why shouldn’t he want to show himself to us?
What an enormous privilege and dignity we receive in becoming adopted sons and daughters of the “Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.”