Trinity Sunday


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Trinity Sunday

n.
The first Sunday after Pentecost, celebrated by a feast in honor of the Trinity.

Trinity Sunday

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Sunday after Whit Sunday

Trin′ity Sun′day


n.
the Sunday after Pentecost, observed as a festival in honor of the Trinity.
[1400–50]
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Noun1.Trinity Sunday - eighth Sunday after Easter
Christian holy day - a religious holiday for Christians
Translations

Trinity Sunday

nTrinitatis(fest) nt, → Dreieinigkeitsfest nt, → Dreifaltigkeitsfest nt

Trinity Sunday

nfesta della santissima Trinità
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Victor, celebrating the liturgical occasions of Easter, Trinity Sunday, and the octave of Pentecost in language reminiscent of Hugh's, delighting in the beauty of the physical world while praising the divine Trinity and Christ's saving work.
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It is too easy for the preacher to diminish the most well-known verses of the Bible to the message, "You must work harder to believe stronger: Beware of trite anecdotes that perpetuate the lie that if one prays harder, knows more, says "I hand this over to God" a few more times, one can be assured they are saved or protected through their strength of concentrated mental activity Holy Trinity Sunday is an opportunity to preach about the nature of God.
The seating was in the round, and it being Trinity Sunday, the priest involved the children in the symbols of water representing the Trinity in its various forms.

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