There is some logical order in what we celebrate in thechurch. After Jesus’ Resurrection and ascension to Heaven, we have celebrated last weekend Pentecost, the feast of the Holy Spirit, descending on the Apostles. It is with that the manifestation of God arrived to an end. For that reason, this celebration of today, is to honor and remember God in all his manifestation to us, as a Father, as a Son, and as Spirit, each one of them sharing the same and unique divinity.
The Most Holy Trinity presents a life with in the divine life, a life of perfect love, that not only finish within the divine life, but that goes out, creating the world, redeeming it after the fall, and helping, guiding and sanctifying the people of God in the story of salvation. It is precise Love according what and how the scholars explain the mystery, how the union of the trinity happened. This is the image that all Christian people are called to imitate, as Jesus told us: “By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another” (Jn 13:35). As our Pope said :
We are all called to witness and proclaim the message
that “God is love”, that God isn’t far and insensitive to
our human affairs. He is close to us, always beside us,
walking with us to share our joys and our sorrows, our
hopes and our struggles. He loves us very much and for
that reason he became man, he came into the world not
to condemn it, but so the world would be saved through
Jesus (cf. Jn 3:16-17). And this is the love of God in
Jesus, this love that is so difficult to understand but that
we feel when we draw close to Jesus. And he always
forgives us, he always awaits us, he loves us so much.
And we feel the love of Jesus and the love of God.
(Pope Francis, Sunday, 15 June 2014)
When we were baptized in the Name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, all our lives are touched by this mystery and we are called to carry it out, to imitate the mysteries in which we believe. We are called to imitate the Father in his love and care for some thing else than himself that created the whole world not for him but for us. In the same way we
should go out to help others even and especially when the outcome will not affect our own lives, except spiritually
We are called to imitate the Son, who in his love for us sacrifices him self to unite us with the Fathers, but in him we see and we should imitate the desire to save the ones who were lost. Our goodness, sacrifice and love for those who are good, is not what Jesus asked, but all demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. (Rom 5:8)
Finally we are called to imitate the Holy Spirit: who in the life within the Most Holy Trinity He is the love between the Father and the Son, and in the Story of Salvation He is the one who guides, inspires, and sanctifies. We should be within our families and community
the love that unites all of them, and outside of them, after we have received the Holy Spirit in our lives, we should the one who show the image of God to all and doing that we will became the inspiration for other, we guide and growing in holiness ourselves motive
others to grow the grace of God within them. The Holy Spirit, gift of the Risen Jesus, conveys divine life to us and thus lets us enter into the dynamism of the Trinity, which is a dynamism of love, of communion, of mutual service, of sharing. A person who loves others for the very joy of love is a reflection of the Trinity. A family in which each person loves and helps one another is a reflection of the Trinity. A parish in which each person loves and shares spiritual and material effects is a reflection of the Trinity. (Pope Francis, Sunday, 15 June 2014)
Let us pray that Our Blessed Mother who was united with the most Holy Trinity in an incredible way, (Daughter of the Father, Mother of the Son, and Wife of the Holy Spirit) will became a model for us.