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Two Fantastic Feasts

The Feast of the Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Sunday was instituted by Pope Gregory IX in the ninth century. It was not established until the fourteenth century by Pope John XXII. 

Holy Trinity celebrated the belief in God’s three distinct forms, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe all three
possess divine traits, yet their
essence is undivided. This can be seen in the Baptism of Jesus with Christ in the water, the voice of God from Heaven, and the Holy Spirit as a dove. 

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The Feast of Corpus Christi

It originated in 1246 when the Bishop of Liege, Belgium, Robert de Torote ordered a festival in his diocese to celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.

Juliana of Liege, one of a group of women that venerated the Blessed Sacrament, had a vision, showing the Church under a full moon with one
dark spot. This spot represented …

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