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At Mass we pray with Christ who reaches out to the Father in the burning love of the Holy Spirit
In Communion, God is sometimes adored in 'unknowing'. He does His work within the soul, unseen. In all our prayer the three Divine Persons are at work.
Through Christ the light of Heaven enfolds us at every Mass
With God's love we can help and pray for those we carry in our hearts
For those who love Christ, death can be a doorway to Heaven's glory
We love and adore the Three Divine Persons within our souls, when we live in a state of grace.
United with Christ in prayer, we are raised up by His Spirit to the Father's embrace
Each of the three Divine Persons is constantly at work in the faithful soul. We are enfolded in God. God is our true father; Jesus loves us; His spirit upholds us.
If we yearn for God in prayer, and do His will, He will draw us into the vibrant inner life of the Holy Trinity
Each person we pray for is lifted into the light of God and helped by the prayers of the saints
Through the gift of contemplation a soul can glimpse the awesome fire of love which is the Holy Trinity
Christ comes from the heart of the Father and draws us back into the Divine embrace
God our Father sends us Christ, through Whom He is revealed
Through the blessing at the end of Mass we are enfolded in the life of the Holy Trinity
By the Father's will, foreknowledge, plan, consent and justice, Christ suffered and died, and leaped up to His Father, drawing us in His wake.
Through contrition, repentance, penance, darkness and suffering we are purified and prepared for Heaven
The Divine Persons are like three flames in one fire, whose presence and protection enfold us on our earthly journey
If our will is conformed to God's will, then we are enfolded in his Trinitarian love
Saints and angels gather around the three Divine Persons; God the Father is 'crowned' with a triple-crown
The Spirit inspires us to praise Christ and offer His praise to the Father in an unceasing 'circle' of prayer