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  • Writer's pictureAnna Maria De Guid

Feast of the Blessed Trinity


I do not remember when I felt the beauty of the Glory Be prayer first touch my heart. I know I've been praying it since time immemorial.


At that heartfelt moment, it dawned on me that the Glory Be prayer is a celebration of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit at the same time! We are in effect giving glory to the Blessed Trinity, which is the feast we are celebrating today.


You probably have watched one of my videos in Youtube. I had to stop making those because I was invited to organize a Home Economics Club for an orphanage in the Philippines. This involvement has kept me pretty busy without time for making new videos.


As I opened my email this morning, I saw YouTube congratulating me on reaching a hundred subscribers! That came as a pleasant surprise. The subscribers came strong at the start but dwindled for the past months. It was nothing that concerned me because I was doing the videos for our Lord, not in the hopes of going viral. (Though that wouldn't be a bad thing.)


Today being the feast of the Blessed Trinity, I sense that I was being nudged into returning to making videos. I had just packed the shipment of materials for the Home Economics projects and activities last night. I believe I am being guided to move forward and to return to storytelling. After all, there's been quite a few occurrences that have happened to friends and myself that are patiently waiting to be written and shared.


Blessed Feast of the Holy Trinity and a blessed Memorial Day weekend to everyone!

 

My name's Anna Maria and I publish a new video on YouTube's Touched by Grace Today and a new post on my blog touchedbygrace.today every Friday! Check out Catholicmom.com for my other articles! If you've been #tbgtoday, feel free to share your story of grace here.




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