S'R,Four of your correspon dents have now taken me to task for writing in a recent letter "apart from the fact of the Trinity nobody knows anything about it." Have they perhaps assumed that said that nobody knows anything about the three persons of the Trinity? The ft in the sentence objected to referred to the mystery which is beyond reason and unknowable except for the fact of it, which was revealed by God. I have a great devotion to the separate persons of the Trinity, and perhaps some small knowledge of them.
Bearing this in mind, the original statement that "Catholics know more about Lourdes than the Trinity" (not the persons of the Trinity, notice), seems to me necessarily true, and any objection to it difficult to understand.
C. K. O'Reilly
35 Newstead Road, S.E.I2.