The Holy Trinity – A Strange and Paradoxical Diversity-in-Unity and Unity-in-Diversity

Almighty and everlasting God, you have given to us your servants grace, by the confession of a true faith, to acknowledge the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of your divine Majesty to worship the Unity: Keep us steadfast in this faith and worship, and bring us at last to see you in your one and eternal glory, O Father; who with … Continue reading The Holy Trinity – A Strange and Paradoxical Diversity-in-Unity and Unity-in-Diversity

Are We There Yet? Never!

Most journeys can be understood in three parts – leaving, traveling, and arrival. We leave with a particular destination in mind. There is a point of arrival. We have probably all asked or heard the familiar travel questions: “Are we there yet?” “How much longer?” “When will get there?” Whether our journey is geographical, emotional, or spiritual those seem to be underlying questions. We want … Continue reading Are We There Yet? Never!

Feast of St. Gregory of Nyssa

Most journeys can be understood in three parts – leaving, traveling, and arrival. We leave with a particular destination in mind. There is a point of arrival. We have probably all asked or heard the familiar travel questions: “Are we there yet?” “How much longer?” “When will get there?” Whether our journey is geographical, emotional, or spiritual those seem to be underlying questions. We want … Continue reading Feast of St. Gregory of Nyssa

Incarnation

“O inexpressible mystery and unheard paradox: the Invisible is seen, the Intangible is touched , the eternal Word becomes accessible to our speech, the Timeless steps into time, the Son of God becomes the Son of Man.”                                                                                      — Saint Gregory of Nyssa Continue reading Incarnation