Monthly Archives: June 2019

Trinity Sunday

June 16, the Sunday after Pentecost, is festival dedicated to one of the deepest divine mysteries:  the Holy Trinity.  God has revealed himself in three persons, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  We don’t understand this fully, but we do … Continue reading

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Pentecost!

Sunday, June 9, is the festival of Pentecost, which is 50 days after Easter.  The name just means “fifty” in Greek.  The English name, Whitsunday (or Whitsun) is also not very helpful, as it means “White Sunday” and reflects the … Continue reading

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A Sobering Thought

There is a “permanent hatred of the Catholic faith which is inseparable from the existence of the Church on Earth. . . .  Such hatred is natural and inevitable.  All energy polarises, and the Catholic Church is the most powerful … Continue reading

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