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New Episode of Word for Word: Unraveling the Mystery

April 27, 2011
Do you love the pull of a good mystery, the intrigue of a “who dunnit?” Well, before you pick up that mystery novel, consider for a moment the mysteries that are right in front of us – the mysteries of the Catholic Church and, in particular, the central mystery of the Holy Trinity. Now, there may be no “who dunnit” to solve, but there are still questions our hearts ask as the mystery reveals itself to us and we come to a fuller knowledge of the who, what, when, and where of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Join us for Word for Word on Friday, April 29th, at 9:00pm ET as we uncover some of the mystery behind the Trinity in an interview with Fr. Thomas Norris, author of The Trinity: Life of God, Hope for Humanity: Towards a Theology of Communion.
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