Readings: Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40; Romans 8:14-17; Matt 28:16-20
Originally delivered on May 29, 1988
In this week’s homily, we are reminded that the importance of the Trinity is that it shows our God is in community with us. God is not alone, distant, judgmental, etc. but rather God loves us and is involved and in communication with us. We are therefore called to be involved with our sisters and brothers.