Holy Trinity

Happy Holy Trinity Sunday.

Oops, just realized it is now past midnight, so that was yesterday.

I have a small confession to make–during the Pentecost Novena, it seemed that during each of the nine days my time sort of disappeared. I knew my days would be short, since we were doing it twice a day and the location was not close to my home. In total time it took about 3 hours in the morning and 2 in the evening and I had planned for that, however what I didn’t plan for was all the extra things that all of sudden popped up. Needless to say, my whole day was gone in a blink of an eye.  So for nine days, many daily things went without being done, on top of the normal–there was also some unusual. Point–Sat. was the last day for the novena and Sun.,I was part of a wonderful celebration, and since I was behind schedule, all week, I did not make it to mass.  And I have been kicking myself for it all week, then I had a thought (this one may have been mine) “did not the Holy Spirit appear to the Apostles and Our Blessed Mother in just a room not quite a church yet?  Did I have to go to Church on Pentecost Sunday for the Holy Spirit to find me?  I am not sure what the answer is but today at mass, being  Holy Trinity, I was moved more than usual by what Father was saying. It seemed to me that He was answering many of my questions, many regarding this site.  I was awe-struck just sitting there, thanking God for His generous and loving nature.  I still don’t know if I missed something very wonderful on Sunday and I have resolved to do it again next year but this with Pentecost Sunday service.

I pray that those of you who did say the novena for the nine days and also went to mass on Sunday, were lucky enough to be filled with the Holy Spirit. I pray that you were able to witness (even in the smallest degree) the winds of change and fire of the passion of the Holy Spirit.  I would love it if you would share with me so that I may have an idea what to expect next year. I can only imagine the beauty of the touch of the Holy Spirit.

God bless each and every one of you.

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