ACNA, Sacraments and Liturgy, TEC

Teach us to Pray – Trinity Sunday

I’ve begun writing a series on collects in the Anglican tradition over on the Logos Anglican blog. Hop on over and check out the first piece about the collect for Trinity Sunday here.

“The Fathers spoke of the Trinity as a dance—a divine dance. Perichoresis is the technical term. It is the interpenetration of the Godhead, one with another; all the while maintaining their distinct personhood. It is the glory of the eternal Trinity and the Unity which we are to adore. Our call, our petition to God is that we too might begin to see this divine mystery. Our cry is that we might be encompassed by the divine dance, being known and in turn knowing God more fully.”
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