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Catholic Prayer: Prayer for Trinity Sunday

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Easter to Trinity Sunday is a season of great spiritual joy. If we have experienced the living freshness of these great feasts, we have had a foretaste of the eternal happiness which God has in store for us. All of our feasting anticipates the banquet of the Lamb which God has prepared for us in heaven. Our new clothing for Easter Day is a promise in time of the heavenly raiment awaiting us in eternity. Our Easter caroling is a promise of the music "ear hath not heard" which "God hath prepared for those who love Him."

Our risen Savior enlightened our souls with the rays of His victory over the world and the flesh before He ascended to heaven. He did not leave us orphans, but sent His divine Comforter to be with us always, "even to the consummation of the world."

With His Spirit your family and mine are being prepared to "renew the face of the earth," to bring the message of Christ to our times and the Easter gift of Faith to our land.

Prayer:

Father: The true God, One in Three and Three in One, come, let us adore.
Family: The true God, One in Three and Three in One, come, let us adore.
Father: Let us pray. Almighty and everlasting God, Thou hast given to Thy servants grace for professing the true faith and acknowledging the glory of the eternal Trinity and in the power of Thy majesty to worship the Unity; grant that by steadfastness in the same faith we may evermore be defended from all adversities. Through Christ our Lord.
Family: Amen.
Father: Be with us, O God, one and omnipotent, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Family: You are our hope, our salvation, our glory, O Blessed Trinity.
Father: Blessed are you, O Lord, in the firmament of heaven.
Family: Praiseworthy and glorious forever. Amen.
Father: Glory be to the Father and to Son and to the Holy Ghost.
Family: As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

Prayer Source: Family Customs: Easter to Pentecost by Helen McLoughlin, The Liturgical Press, Collegeville, Minnesota, 1956
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