a) To the Holy Mass
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ,
We are celebrating this Sunday the solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. This is the most ancient and the greatest mystery of Christianity. There were in the Holy Bible mentions of the presence of God the Creator, of the Holy Spirit Who brings life to both human persons and all creatures, and of the powerful and eternal Word of God through Whom the universe came into existence.
As Christians we were born into new life through the Sacrament of Baptism in the Holy Name of God the Father and God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We worship God the Father with God the Son and in the Holy Spirit.
We wait for eternal happiness in union with the Father and the son and the Holy Spirit.
Let us offer praise, glory and thanksgiving to the Most Holy Trinity in this Holy Mass for all the blessings we have received the God Who is love.
Kindly all stand for the entrance hymn.
b) To the Readings
- First Reading: Prv 8:22-31
The Book of Wisdom introduces the wisdom of God as a separate person but closely united with Him from the beginning of the world. God’s Wisdom is later identified with the Second Person of God.
- Second Reading: Rom 5:1-5
Saint Paul teaches the truth that we have peace with God the Father thanks to God the Son, and the Holy Spirit pours into our hearts God’s love.