Today the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. After having celebrated Pentecost, it makes sense to have a celebration that recognizes the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit… one God in three Persons. This Solemnity has been celebrated for centuries, but in 1911 it was made standard for the Sunday after Pentecost. In some ways, this a big “mystery” in our faith… one God in three persons. In fact, this is one of the “challenges” of our faith against some denominations. Some see this as being our worship of “three Gods” when, in fact, we don’t believe that. We believe in one God in three “persons” and their relationship is so intimate they are one God.