The One Thing Is Three: How the Most Holy Trinity Explains Everything

The One Thing Is Three How the Most Holy Trinity Explains Everything With humor and ease Father Michael Gaitley MIC deftly unlocks the one thing the key to the Church s wisdom and the greatest mystery of the Catholic faith the Most Holy Trinity Far from being a sc

  • Title: The One Thing Is Three: How the Most Holy Trinity Explains Everything
  • Author: Michael Gaitley
  • ISBN: 9781596142602
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • With humor and ease, Father Michael Gaitley, MIC, deftly unlocks the one thing, the key to the Church s wisdom, and the greatest mystery of the Catholic faith the Most Holy Trinity Far from being a scholarly or academic read, The One Thing is Three makes deep theology accessible to every day Catholics What s , it makes even what s familiar or forgotten appear inWith humor and ease, Father Michael Gaitley, MIC, deftly unlocks the one thing, the key to the Church s wisdom, and the greatest mystery of the Catholic faith the Most Holy Trinity Far from being a scholarly or academic read, The One Thing is Three makes deep theology accessible to every day Catholics What s , it makes even what s familiar or forgotten appear in a way that s new, exciting, and relevant Thus, The One Thing is Three brings its readers a unique and powerful experience of the faith It s the perfect book for the Year of Faith.

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    About "Michael Gaitley"

    1. Michael Gaitley

      Father Michael Gaitley, MIC, is a member of the Congregation of Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception Prior to his ordination to the priesthood, he received a Masters Degree in Theology and a Licentiate Degree in Moral Theology.After his ordination to the priesthood, Fr Michael succeeded Fr Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, as the director of the Association of Marian Helpers, a spiritual benefit society with than 1,000,000 members As director, he has launched a new pastoral initiative called Hearts Afire Parish based Programs for the New Evangelization HAPP He frequently appears on EWTN and preaches retreats throughout the country on topics such as Divine Mercy, Consoling spirituality, and Marian Consecration.When he is not preaching missions and retreats, Fr Michael lives and works on Eden Hill in Stockbridge, Mass home of the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy.

    805 thoughts on “The One Thing Is Three: How the Most Holy Trinity Explains Everything”

    1. As soon as I finished this book, I was ready to begin it again—mostly because I know I didn’t begin to absorb all the ideas contained therein. Even so, my copy is dog-eared. I have carried it everywhere these past few weeks: to Mass almost every day; to Adoration; it even went to Houston with me last week-end when I moved my daughter there.However before I reread it, I will be taking Fr. Gaitley's recommendations about the writings of Sts. John Paul II and John Henry Newman. Maybe in that wa [...]


    2. The Holy Trinity is the central mystery of the Catholic Faith, the heart of the Creed. That is reason enough to read The 'One Thing' is Three, to sure up one's theological knowledge. Fr. Michael Gaitley's style is very linear, yet conversational, making this a popular book for a general Catholic readership, as opposed to an academic reference work. Yet, great end notes offer clarity and further study if you want it. This book could also be a good book for a Catholic book club, or an addition to [...]


    3. This was an amazing book. I received it from the author at a trade show, and since I was a huge fan of his other book (33 Days to Morning Glory) I was excited to read this one. The book was a bit slow for me (but I often have to read theological books slowly) and for a long time I couldn't figure out what the entire point of the book was. But by the time I reached Part 3, it began to come together for me and by the time I reached the end, I knew I would have to read the book all over again to tr [...]


    4. A sign of intelligence is the ability to take a complicated topic and communicate it in a manner that is understood by experts as well as beginners. Fr. Michael meets this criterion in "The One Thing is Three."Fr. Michael puts to very good use his background as a "professional seminarian" and writes an easy to read book that packs 2000+ years of Catholic Theology into approx 300 pages. If you are looking for an introductory crash course into the Catholic faith this book is for you. One tip on re [...]


    5. I read this to learn about the co-equality of the Trinity, but did not find any reference to this at all. The book is much broader than I was expecting. It even goes into explaining why using artificial contraceptives are wrong. I guess the Holy Trinity really does explain everything.As everyone says, this is a very accessible book. The most insightful takeaways for me were learning the most sacred passage in Holy Scriptures, the grace of the Sacraments, and the weight of the Eucharist.Yet, I tr [...]


    6. Fr. Michael Gaitley has a fluid manner of writing that makes difficult subjects easy to grasp and understand. In this book he uses theology and philosophy to lead us through an understanding of "communio", a way of understanding ourselves in relation to God. But it is so much more. As he states at the beginning of the book, the one thing that is needful is the Three -- the Holy Trinity. Then he goes on to unpack what that means. A good, if sometimes difficult, read.


    7. This was definitely a deeply theological and philosophical book, but well worth the read! Fr Gaitley packs 10+ yrs of Seminary into this one book, any Catholic looking to understand their faith should read this.


    8. The book started out very strong; I was quickly captivated by Gaitley's style of writing and I was intrigued with his analogy between the Trinity and a family-interesting take on the Trinity that I had never thought of before, but it makes sense, and I like it.As the book continued, my attention wavered. It was probably me, not the book, but I honestly don't remember a lot from the middle sections of the book. The end caught my attention again. I would love to find a poster of Gaitley's "Big Pic [...]


    9. This is one of my favorite books. The book helps to summarize our Catholic faith and yet gives details that enhance your understanding of hard topics like the holy trinity. The author Father Michael Gaitley does a wonderful job with his illustration of the "Circle of Being". His conversational tone is meant to be like a retreat and it makes it fun and puts the audience at ease. He puts the trinity at the center of understanding our faith. My understanding of the word "communion" has greatly expa [...]


    10. This is not what I expected and it wasn't really my style. This is not a book about the Trinity, that bit about explaining everything is the key part of the title that I missed. Instead Fr Gaitley uses a triune structure to explain life it is a bit of a retreat, a bit of theology, and a bit of some other fuzzy things. It was interesting at time, but never really got me. Probably read a dozen books in between starting and finishing.


    11. A great book!!! Theology, the Fr. Michael Gaitley way-- very readable and understandable. He covers alot of spiritual ground. Steeped in the Scripture, Catechism and the Saints -- a must read for any Catholic or inquisitive Christian. Part of Stage 2- Hearts Afire Parish Program. Combines with You Did it to Me by Fr. Gaitley.


    12. Amazing! Beautiful, thought provoking and mind blowing theology! I will read and re- read this this book for the rest of my earthly life. There is so much to unpack here and I recommend watching the video along with the written word for the first time but wow!!! One of my all time favorite books.




    13. Fantastic read regarding the Trinity and how we bridge the gap between heaven and earth. It will take you on a spiritual journey that will enrich your faith and deepen your relationship with God.



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