Feast of the Most Holy Trinity 2016

Feast of the Most Holy Trinity 2016
Jesus said to his disciples:
"I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now.
But when he comes, the Spirit of truth,
he will guide you to all truth.
He will not speak on his own,
but he will speak what he hears,
and will declare to you the things that are coming.
He will glorify me,
because he will take from what is mine and declare it to you.
Everything that the Father has is mine;
for this reason I told you that he will take from what is mine
and declare it to you."

Today as our students graduate from Molloy, as we come together at the Nikon Theater at Jones Beach, we tell them that we are proud of them and we love them. Just as Jesus said to his disciples: "I have much more to tell you but you cannot bear it now," we (They) need to realize that it isn't over, it's just beginning.  They have learned many things but there is much more.  Stay close to Our Lord and He will help you. He will send the Holy Spirit to guide us to all Truth. The Truth is, as we go our separate ways, we are always together in Christ and that we are always family, we are always part of the Molloy Community and the community of believers who hold fast to the Truths of our faith.  Truths like, Jesus Christ is Lord, that the Holy Trinity; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, is a mystery of our faith; Three Persons, One God and that as humans we cannot comprehend it, but in faith which is a gift from God we believe it. Sometimes we have to fold the wings of our intellect and bow to the mysteries of God. Class of 2016, congratulations and God Bless. Let us pray for each other as we begin new phases of our lives. - God bless, - Fr. Jordan Turano, OP - Molloy College

Saint of the Day: St. Arnold of Soissons
Benedictine bishop and founder of the abbey of Onendbourg in France. Born in Flanders, Belgium, in 1040, Arnold had a military career in the service of Robert and Henry I, kings of France. Retiring from the army, Arnold entered the Benedictines at Saint-Michel Monastery in Soissons, France.

At the abbey, he began to brew beer, as essential in medieval life as water. He encouraged local peasants to drink beer, instead of water, due to its "gift of health." At the time of an epidemic, Arnold was an abbot in Oudenburg, Belgium. Rather than stand by while the local Christians drank water, he had them consume his alcoholic brews. Because of this, many people in his church survived the plague.

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