Vatican City, May 31, 2015 / 11:52 am
In the revelation of the Holy Trinity, God shows the Church his selfless love and unity that we are called to foster in our own communities, Pope Francis said in his Sunday Angelus address.
"The Trinity is a communion of divine persons who are one with the other, one for the other, one in the other: this communion is the life of God, the mystery of the love of the living God," the Pope said in his May 31 address.
Like the Trinity, "we are called to live not one without others, above or against others, but one with others and in others," he said.
Francis spoke to roughly 50,000 pilgrims who were gathered in St. Peter's Square to hear his address on the feast of the Holy Trinity, which the Church celebrates in honor of her teaching that there is one God expressed in three Divine Persons.