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PDF Handout – Gospel Text (English/Spanish)

This handout which can be downloaded, printed, and used in your ministry is provided by Bishop David O’Connell (Los Angeles Archdiocese)

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Trinity (B)

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Catholic Current

Social media, bulletin inserts, and more are available for the entire month at the link below so you can plan ahead at your own pace. Use them in your communications, liturgy, reflections, prayer, and more.

RELATED: Social Media Posts – May 30 – June 5, 2021

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Catechetical Corner

Invite your community to dive deeper into their faith with these brief documents on Church teaching and tradition. Use a Catechetical Corner to prepare for teaching a religious education class or leading a small group. This material may also be included in bulletins, on web pages, or used on social media.

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SOURCE: Catechetical Corner

Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Trinity (B)

LPi

Connect! Sunday Reflection

Worship is a relationship, not a transaction. When Jesus instructed his followers to make disciples of all nations, “teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you,” he knew that sometimes they would have to rely on the muscle memory of worship.

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Fr. Clement D. Thibodeau

Echoing God’s Word

Deuteronomy 4:32-40 The Lord is the only God of heaven and earth.
Romans 8:14-17 The Spirit brings us to God, our Abba.
Matthew 28:16-20 From a mountaintop the disciples are sent.

CATHOLIC DOCTRINE: Jesus has sent us into the whole world to proclaim the good news of salvation, to teach all that he has taught us. And he has promised to be with us in that task: to assist us, to teach himself through us. Proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior is the primary task and mission of the Church. For every person in the Church and for every parish, nothing comes ahead of spreading the Gospel.

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Fr. Eamon Tobin

The Pastor’s Corner

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Trinity (B)

Dr. Kieran J. O’Mahony, OSA

Hearers of the Word

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  When people struggle to believe in God at all, our Christian faith in God as Trinity may seem somehow a needless complication. Yet, we do know that relationships and relationality stand at the heart of our human wellbeing. Words do fail us, of course, and yet we know that God in God’s own very being is Love. This inner love (the “immanent Trinity”) has been spoken and told, disclosed and revealed in Jesus and the Spirit (the “economic Trinity”). And yet, we affirm one God. This evident paradox must first of all be lived in prayer and only then haltingly alluded to in stumbling words.

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SOURCE: Hearers of the Word: Notes on the Sunday Readings
Fr. Eamon Tobin

Faith Sharing

Opening prayer: God of all ages, you are all loving, slow to anger and rich in kindness. We praise you for your goodness. You are the Creator and Sustainer of our lives. You are our Savior. We honor you for your total gift of self. You are the Spirit of life, forgiveness, and peace. We delight in your tender love. One God in three persons, be near to us who are formed in your image. Dwell in us. We ask this, gracious God, living and true, forever and ever. Amen.

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Trinity (B)

Vince Contreras

Sunday Scripture Study

INTRODUCTION: This Sunday the Church celebrates the one of the great truths of our Faith: the mystery of one God in three Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The revealed truth of the Holy Trinity is at the very root of the Church’s living faith as expressed in the Creed. The mystery of the Trinity in itself is inaccessible to the human mind and is the object of faith only because it was revealed by Jesus Christ, the divine Son of the eternal Father (CCC 232, 237, 249, 253-256).

MEDITATION: “In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”

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Carmelites

Lectio Divina

KEY TO THE GOSPEL: The liturgy of Trinity Sunday uses the closing verses of Matthew’s Gospel (Mt 28; 16- 20). In the beginning of the Gospel, Matthew introduced Jesus as Immanuel, God with us (Mt 1: 23). Here, in the last verse of his Gospel, Jesus communicates the same truth: “I am with you always” (Mt 28: 20). This was the central point of the faith of the communities in the eighties (AD), and continues to be the central point of our faith. Jesus is the Immanuel, God with us. This is also the perspective for our adoration of the Most Blessed Trinity.

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Edrianne Ezell

Our Sunday Readings

Our Inheritance

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Trinity (B)

Catholic Climate Covenant

Integral Faith

St. Augustine wrote, “If you see charity, you see the Trinity.” Laudato Si’ affirms that “social, political love” oriented towards the common good of all earth’s community of life is an expression of charity. We need to look for the presence of the Trinity in creation.

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