Trinity Sunday: East and West

“Trinity Sunday is a Western feast observed on the Sunday after Pentecost. The Orthodox churches do not observe this as a separate feast since the Holy Trinity is a major focus of the liturgical texts on Pentecost. The Orthodox churches observe All Saints Sunday the week after Pentecost; in the West, All Saints Day is celebrated on November 1.”

-from The St. James Calendar of the Christian Year

The Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Trinity Sunday 2017 (Year A)

The Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Trinity Sunday 2017 – Year A

Life in the Trinity: A Witness to New Creation

The glorious life of the Trinity created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1-2:4a). God’s creation is spectacular and demonstrates that He has not abandoned His creation, but continues to sustain all life (Psalm 8). In the light of this gift, Christians are called to gratitude, peace, and love (2 Corinthians 13:11-13). We can find hope in Jesus’ promise to never leave us as we baptize, teach, and live in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:16-20).

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