The Teaching of the Holy Church about Trinity
The church teaches that there is only one God, but in this one God has three different people: Father, Son and Holy Spirit (1 John 5:7). God has no origin. The Son from God the Father is God(John 1:1,14). The Holy Spirit is coming from the Father and Son. Each of them possesses all the conditions or characteristics of the existence of God. The idea of a god is three people, why the three different people are part of the mysterious Trinity, and the mystery of the Trinity is not completely understood by our minds. But the doctrine of the Trinity is understandable because it is necessary to know the meaning of the words used in the interpretation of this doctrine.
The nature is the essence of one thing. This is the definition of what is called. This role also creates a function that is the result of a person’s role in human nature. The character of God is itself “self-existent” and does not depend on anything else. The added virtue of the existence of God is his power, all knowledge, the end of everything, and the beginning and the end. This is what the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit have in common(John 10:30). “Man” means intuition and will. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are always familiar with their will and will therefore be called their only.