Reflection from the desk of Fr. Terry
Today we are celebrating the Feast of the Holy Trinity. This feast is a fact of our faith, a part of our faith and a mystery. It is not meant to be analyzed, but a mystery to be lived. Our ordinary devotion to the Trinity is revealed in the Sign of the cross, when we say: "In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." The sign of the cross distinguishes us from other Christian group. Making the sign of the cross in the Church or before you enter the church, this shows that we are followers of the Holy Trinity and we believe in the Trinitarian God. If you do it in public, it is an expression to the world that you believe in the Holy Trinity. When we make the sign of the cross, we also profess that we belong to the Body of Christ the Church. This means that everything we do, whether good or bad, affect other people. Our behavior may either comforts or hurts others. Let us make the sign of the cross from the heart. Let us not grow tired of making the sign of cross because we belong to the Holy Trinity.