In this week's gospel Jesus tells the disciples that there is an ongoing relationship between himself, the Holy Spirit, and what Jesus calls his "Father in heaven." This relationship between the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit is what we call the Trinity. It is the idea that God is both three "persons" and one God at the same time, This idea is supposed to be confusing, and helps us see that their is something mysterious about God that we can't completely understand. So this week we're going to explore the Trinity by finding things that are both three and one. One example is a three leaf clover, three leaves in one plant. Take some time this week to go on a family scavenger hunt and see who can find the most 3-in-1s in the world around you!