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We (Trinity Sunday)

Jesus, who was a good Jew, believed as we do that there is only one God. So, there was a period early in the Church when Christians struggled to find language to make more comprehensible the mystery they experienced to be true: God the Creator was and is God the Redeemer, who was and is God the Sustaining Spirit. Our God is one-in-three and three-in-one.


Ecclesiastes 11:3-6; Acts 1:6-11







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