Trinity Sunday

Trinity Sunday is the Sunday after Pentecost. Catholics celebrate Trinity Sunday to honor one of the most basic of our beliefs: God is three persons in one – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Find ideas for youth ministers, catechists, and parents here.

Trinity Sunday – Year A

Trinity Sunday is the Sunday after Pentecost. Catholics celebrate Trinity Sunday to honor one of the most basic of our beliefs, God is three persons in one – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Trinity Sunday Year B

The readings for the Trinity Sunday Year B affirm that we are members of God’s family and that God desires the whole world to be united into his relationship of love. Discussion topics for this week could include the Trinity, baptism, or what it means to be a child of God. Find some ideas here.

Trinity Sunday Year C

The readings for Trinity Sunday Year C invite us to live in the light of God’s truth. So this weekend, think about the Holy Trinity and how Father, Son, and Spirit live in community as Lover, Beloved, and Love.


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