Church Authority and the Holy Trinity – Msgr Frank Lane
In this Deep in History lecture from 2009, Msgr. Frank Lane discusses the mystery of the Trinity, and why the authority of the Church is necessary for preserving our understanding of it. Along the way, he explains how a culture of radical individualism is ultimately a rejection of the Trinity.
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-We are created in the image and likeness of God. After listening to Msgr. Lane’s talk, how do we, as human persons, image the Holy Trinity?
-What do relationships have to do with the fullness of our humanity?
-Msgr. Lane talks at length about the occasion of the needs of the individual oppressing the community. What are your reactions to his thoughts?
-What are our rights as members of the Church (the Body of Christ) in disagreeing with legitimate authority? Where do those rights end? What are your reactions to these thoughts?