Fr. Lutz gave the most amazing homily on the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity. Quoting a saint (I’m not sure who, if you know, do tell!), he used the following analogy:

“The Most Holy Trinity can be best explained by observing a rose. The stem, is like the Father, who lifts up the beautiful rose, which is the Son. But long before you see either stem or flower, you are drawn by the delicate and beautiful aroma, which is the Holy Spirit.”

Isn’t that lovely? I don’t think I’ll ever look at a rose in quite the same way…