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Saint Frances de Chantal R.C. Church


THE MOST HOLY TRINITY

Go . . . and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
— Matthew 28:19

THE TRINITY IS LOVE
Theologians throughout the Christian centuries have spilled much ink (and, on occasion, some blood) in describing and defining the mystery of the Holy Trinity. One of the earliest, most poetic, and beautiful descriptions comes from St. Augustine in De Trinitas, wherein he describes the Trinity as One (the Father) who loves, One (the Son) who is loved, and One (the Spirit) who is love. And these three Ones are also one Three. It might be wisest for us to leave the technical wranglings to the academic theologians, and focus on the fact that the three Persons of the Trinity are indeed persons; they are best known and understood in their love for each other and for us. We are made in the image of those loving persons, and our best relationships are lived out in the context of love. Truly loving relationships are inexhaustible mysteries to be lived in joy. If this is true of our human relationships, how much more so is it true of our relationship with the Trinity. And how much more does it call upon us to be joyful, loving witnesses of the holy mystery of the One‑in‑Three. This is the mystery to which we were called when we were chosen to be God’s own, baptized with water in the name of the Holy Trinity



  
From the Pastor
FIRST FRIDAY AND FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

FIRST FRIDAY Confessions from 6:00 pm, followed by Divine Mercy Chaplet, Holy Mass and devotion. FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH Vigil of the hour. 8:00 pm in Polish


PARISH PICNIC

Please join us on next Sunday, June 14th, at 3:00 PM, on the church parking lot at the annual parish picnic


CORPUS CHRISTI

Please note that on Sunday, June 7th we will celebrate The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). The main mass will be said at 11:00 am and right after we will start the procession around the block. THERE WILL BE NO HOLY MASS AT 12:30 PM


NOVENA MASSES – FATHER’S DAY

The novena of Masses to remember our Dad will begin on next Sunday, June 21st. To enroll your intention please use the special envelope found in the set you receive through the mail or found at the doors of the Church.


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  • St. Frances de Chantal R.C. Church
  • 1273 58th St
  • Brooklyn, NY 11219
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