Theology has been called the ability to hear stories about God and to tell them: and prayer is when you know that you are part of the story. (De Mello) Liturgy is taking part in the most noble of stories- returning glory to the Father, through the Son, in the power of the Spirit. Focus attention on the great doxology of the Eucharistic Prayer. The Great Amen expresses our participation in the divine movement of glory. There can be no understanding of liturgy without an idea of the relationships of the three divine persons.
Adore the Blessed Trinity in a breathing prayer. Adore the Father in the air that surrounds you. As you breathe in, form the name Jesus, welcoming the Beloved Son sent to us by the Father. Breathe out, forming the name Spirit, in return of breath to the divine ambience.
Wishing all Parishioners & Friends Happy and Blessed Sunday! – Fr Francis, MSP