Puzzled The Most Holy Trinity About this Life Night This Life Night begins with a game that will challenge partners to decipher the item inside a “mystery box” using teamwork. This image of “solving a mystery” will be expanded upon during the Proclaim. The teaching discusses the mystery of the Holy Trinity as a relationship to be experienced rather than a puzzle that needs to be solved. The Break allows teens to discuss the different Persons of the Trinity, and the Send is a time of prayer with each Person of the Trinity. Goal of This Night The goal of this night is to introduce teens to the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity. This night will explain the Church’s understanding of the Trinity that has been given to us through Divine Revelation. Finally, it will provide teens with an opportunity to pray and meditate on who God is and what He does in our personal lives as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Catechism # 232 - 246 # 249 # 252 - 254 # 422 # 457 - 460 # 687 - 690 YouCat # 35 - 39 # 164 # 360 Scripture Exodus 20:3 -6 Matthew 11:27 Luke 3:21 -22 John 14:9 -21 2 Corinthians 13:13 1 John 4:8 Key Concepts There are three persons in the divine Trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. All three are distinct in their person but the same in their substance. All three together are one God. “God is love.” The Trinity is a community of three persons connected by the eternal giving and receiving of perfect love. Each person of the Trinity is fully God, but each fulfills a distinct role in how they manifest love to creation. God loves His creation, and throughout history, He has shown us that love by revealing himself in all three persons. By the Incarnation, Christ took on a Human Nature, while remaining fully God, suffered, died and rose again to prove that love to man. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Life Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.