The Holy Spirit, when we invite Him into our wounds, anoints our painful memories with the balm of hope, because the Spirit restores hope. – Pope Francis
The Holy Trinity
The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity tells us that we do not have a solitary God up there in heaven, far away; no, He is the Father who gave us his Son, who became man like us, and who sends his own Spirit to be even closer to us. – Pope Francis
The readings for the Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year A show us that God is Lord over all of the earth. This might be a good time to talk about how we can let Jesus be Lord in our own lives. There is also a theme of recognizing God.
We need the Holy Spirit to transmit the faith. We cannot do it alone. – Pope Francis
Holy Spirit, breathe into our hearts and let us inhale the tenderness of the Father. Breathe upon the Church, so that she may spread the Gospel with joy. Breathe upon the world the fresh restoration of hope.
The readings for the 6th Sunday of Easter remind us that God is always with us and always caring for us, no matter where we are or what the circumstance. So some possible themes for this Sunday are trust in God and a reverence for human dignity.