June 16, 2019
The Most Holy Trinity
“Everything that the Father has is mine;”
Trinity Sunday and Father’s Day CD’s
This week I want to share two new wonderful CD’s with you.
First, in honor of it being Trinity Sunday, I want to highlight the CD Abba or Allah by Dr. Scott Hahn.
In this informative talk, Dr. Scott Hahn explores some of the most important beliefs that distinguish Christianity from Islam. He explains that while both religions trace themselves back to Abraham, the differences, including our understanding of God as Father, are not insignificant. With charity, balance, and candor, Dr. Hahn shows us how Islam presents the most formidable challenge to Christianity in the Third millennium.
The thing that really stood out to me when I listened to this CD was how much we take for granted the fact that God is a Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We simply believe that as Christians, but perhaps we don’t think much about it. However, no other religion in the history of the world has considered God in this way. By comparing Christianity to Islam, Dr. Scott Hahn helps us understand and appreciate why we believe in one God but as a trinity of persons.
The second CD I want to highlight this weekend, in honor of Father’s Day, is Pure Fatherhood by Devin Schadt.
This CD is a wonderful inspiration for men to step up and be the wonderful fathers they were created to be. Devin Schadt explains how dads are the link between children and their Heavenly Father. He gives many great examples from the life of St. Joseph to help human fathers understand their mission from God the Father.
Devin Schadt is a very inspirational speaker who brings together great insights, deep faith, and humor to explain the topic of fatherhood.
Happy Father’s Day to all the men of Immaculate Conception!
You are in my daily prayers.
God bless you,