It has been the constant belief of the Church that God is Triune, a plurality of Persons. God is one and God is three. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are three distinct divine Persons, co-equal and indivisible, who possess equally and totally one divine nature.
The celebration of Pentecost reminds us that right now, here in the present, the Spirit actively and constantly seeks human hearts that thirst for divine love and a new way of life, which he finds as an irresistible invitation to enter into the depths of the soul, take possession of it that it too may possess him, and thus experience his warm, regenerative and healing embrace.
These days, people are coming up with all kinds of creative ideas. Some of these are morally good and praiseworthy. Others not so much.
Uniting your human will to Christ brings happiness. This is an essential concept which the world has long rejected and which people find perplexing and difficult. Isn’t my happiness found in complete human freedom? says the worldly post-modern autonomist.
Through the gift of faith we are enabled to assent fully and freely to the entire content of God’s revelation in Jesus Christ.