Trinity

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Originally delivered on June 13, 1992

Readings: Proverbs 8:22-31; Paul to the Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15

Fr. Healy begins this Trinity homily reminiscing about what it means to be as a family and as a faith community. We are reminded that on this day of the need to pause and to reflect on God.  God’s life, though incomprehensible, gives us motive and strength to carry on.  Indeed, He will be with us always. The challenge, then, is to test everything in our lives against the pattern of our God.  The same challenge exists for us, as a whole human family, in our laws and policies so that they are in harmony with God’s plan for the us and the world.

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