Today we celebrate the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity: Father, Son and Holy
Spirit. We don’t need a theological explanation of what the Trinity is. But maybe we need to know that God as Trinity acts in our lives: Creating (Father), Redeeming (Son), and Sanctifying (Holy Spirit) each and every one of us.
In today’s second reading, St. Paul gives us a formula to follow: grace, love and fellowship. Greet each other with kindness, not a curse, as the world many times dictates. Agree with one another – do we always have to have our own way or enforce our own agenda? Encourage one another instead of offering the predictable criticisms and judgments that we’ve been getting used to since forever. When we embrace the reality of our unity and start acting for each other instead of against each other, it could then be – not surprisingly – our divinity in the Trinity.