The mystery of the Most Holy Trinity isn’t one that we are supposed to solve, it is one that we are meant to live.
Pentecost isn’t about the pyrotechnics. There is something greater afoot. A mission is laid before us.
Jesus ascended—but probably better for our ears is to think Jesus dove into the depths of what is real, he took our human nature and plunged it into the depths of God. What we are searching for when we’re searching for something real, something authentic, something profound—we’re searching for Christ, we’re searching for what the Ascension guarantees us.
“A person’s life consists in the affection that chiefly sustains him and in which he finds the greatest satisfaction.”
The place we remain. It’s more important than you think.