Tag: Holy Trinity

God Is A Relationship Of Love; God Desires Relationships Of Love

There is a pious story about St. Augustine walking along a beach one day pondering and reflecting on the Trinity. He encounters a young child digging a hole in the sand. Repeatedly, the child walks to the ocean, fills a small pail with water, and returns to the hole where he dumps the water. When asked by St. Augustine what he is doing, the child casually explains that he is putting the ocean into the hole. St. Augustine laughs and tells the child he could never do such a thing in a million years. The […]

Eucharistic Adoration Chapel Re-Dedicated at Holy Trinity

This morning I had the privilege of celebrating Mass at Holy Trinity on the occasion of rededicating their Eucharistic Adoration Chapel.  Earlier this winter, drain pipes froze in the roof above the chapel.  With a heavy snow pack still on the roof, when the pipe thawed, it led to a major rush of water through the ceiling and down the walls of the chapel. The readings of the day were perfect for such an occasion.  I have always be intrigued by the vision of the Prophet Ezekiel (Ezekiel Chapter 47) of water flowing from the […]

Father’s Day “lesson” on Holy Trinity

Thankfully, I have many great memories of my dad on this Father’s Day, and I am even more grateful for the opportunity to still make more memories with him, even though there is now a bit more distance between us, from Wyoming to Indiana. One memory that many probably share is of our dad’s reading a story to us.  I would propose that in this simple life experience, as in so many others, there is a “lesson” on the Trinity.  What child at one stage does not enjoy having someone read them a story, especially mom […]

Holy Trinity

Last night, I celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation for twenty young people at Holy Trinity in Cheyenne.  As I arrived at 4:30 for dinner with some priests, the snow began falling.  When I left at 8:30, there must have been at least six inches already accumulated.  It was a beautiful drive back to my residence.  Sadly, the snow also means a canceled bird hunt today.  Oh, well, it is nice to be home for a few days of rest! Our celebration last night was wonderful.  There are always many blessings at such celebrations, but one […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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