Catholic Dictionary

Blessed Trinity

The mystery of the three Persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit -in the one God, revealed to us by Christ, and the focus of all Christian life and worship. The Son proceeds from the Father by generation, while the Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son through spiration. Each Person of the Blessed Trinity is equally God; in everything They do in the orders of creation and redemption, They act as one. Human destiny in Christ is to be drawn into the intimate communion of life and love They share with One Another.

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Catholic Dictionary, Revised, by Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.L. This 608-page paperback book is $9.95 plus S&H. Includes an easy-to-use pronunciation guide and a complete history of Catholic terminology. Handy pocket size.

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