This homily was given on May 30, 2015 at St. William Church in Foxboro, WI.
The mystery of the Holy Trinity – there is one God, revealed in three Persons – communicates that God comes to us in communion. Indivisibly united, the Trinity teaches us that communion – being united together – is a key element to the practical experience of our lives.
Communion is crucial for all of us: family, friendship, co-workers, neighbors, classmates – even strangers – are all part of the fabric of our lives. Indeed, we can evaluate ourselves in a very real way by taking measure of our communion with one another.
Where our communion is vibrant, we grow; where it is wounded, we heal; and where it is broken, we come to the altar to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion to renew the communion of our hearts. May this communion within the Trinity transform and unite us with almighty God and one another.