Who is the mystery of the Holy Trinity?
The Holy Trinity is the mystery of the one God in three Divine Persons - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. It is the central mystery of the Christian faith.
Who is God the Father?
God the Father is the first Person of the Holy Trinity.
Who is God the Son?
God the Son is Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Holy Trinity. He is the only begotten Son of God the Father who took on flesh and became one of us without giving up his divinity.
Who is the Holy Spirit?
God the Holy Spirit is the third Person of the Holy Trinity, who proceeds from the Father and Son. He is the Advocate, or Paraclete, sent to us by the Father in the name of his Son, Jesus.
What are the divine missions, or the works of God?
The entire work of God is common to all three Divine Persons of the Trinity. The work of creation is the work of the Trinity, though attributed to the Father. Likewise, the work of salvation is attributed to the Son and the work of sanctification is attributed to the Holy Spirit.