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The Mission

Background Music: Panalangin by Mark Anthony Cuevas
    Voiced by: Sr.Venus Marie S. Pegar, sfx
                      Sisters of St. Francis Xavier

May 26, The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Daily Readings: Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40; Romans 8:14-17; Matthew 28:16-20

Today, the whole church is celebrating the solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. The Blessed Trinity is the mystery of one God in three Divine persons, and it is the central mystery of our Christian faith and life. We call it a mystery because reason alone cannot fully comprehend it.

The power of God is immeasurable. According to the first reading, the LORD is God in the heavens above and on earth below, and there is no other. The invitation is to follow God's statutes and commands for the children's lives to prosper forever.

The second reading emphasizes that those guided by the Spirit of God are God's children.

In the Gospel, Jesus commissioned his disciples to do God’s mission.  Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Jesus gave the disciples the mission. Each one of us has a mission in life. It is written in our fate. It may be a mission to take care of a family member, a mission to advocate for the welfare of others, a mission to be an instrument in bringing peace, etc.

God’s mission is not easy to accomplish. Along the way, there are a lot of obstacles and challenges, but because God promised to be with us at all times, despite the hardship, one can complete the mission.

In essence, we should fully embrace our life's mission, as it aligns with God's desires for us. We must be thankful because God chose us to be part of his mission among his people.

Call to Action for Catholic Living: As we celebrate the feast of the Holy Trinity, let us rejoice in the gift of our vocation, which we share. We give thanks to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit for calling us by name to participate—together and by association—in God's mission.

Lord, help us to appreciate the mission that you gave us, Amen.


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