Every good thing we receive comes from God the Father in Jesus' name and through the Holy Spirit. The greatest mystery of God is that God is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; three persons in One God. We have been created by the Father, redeemed by the Son and sanctified by the Holy Spirit.
The mystery of the Trinity is infinite, and we can only appreciate what God in his merciful Will reveals to us, and He will reveal what is necessary for our salvation.
This feast of the Holy Trinity is an invitation to be together in Christian love and to be united as a community; only through real unity can we build God's Kingdom. Remember that what Jesus asked the Father in his prayer was, "May they be one as You and I are ONE,” so this is the will of God. We know that there are so many people and so many cultures in Christ the King Parish, but we speak the same language of Love and Faith, and we are part of the same one Catholic Church. As the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are three different persons, each one of us is different and our histories are different, but we are united in God's mission, and we have to have faith in our future as a community that is united in God's plan.
Each one of us is invited to reflect and meditate: How am I part of this community? How can I be a sign of unity and love? Only being together will we be stronger and honor more fully the mystery of the Holy Trinity which is a relationship of perfect Love.
May the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit bless you and may the Blessed Mother intercede for us.