The nine festival seasons of the liturgical year are interspersed with four Trinity intervals. These intervals let our soul catch its breath in a deeply filled pause between the tone colors of two festival seasons. The long ten-week Trinity interval in August and September form a pathway toward Michaelmas, the last festival season, and ultimately toward the new beginnings at Advent and Christmas. Along this path, we can take in the ways in which the healing Spirit of Christ’s working on the earth supports us. It can support our resolution toward the change of heart and mind which the St. Johnstide season awakened in us. The violet and orange at the altar incline us toward harmony and devotion of soul. The prayers speak of the interrelationship between the divine Trinity, Father, Son and Spirit, and the elements of the human soul: our thinking, our feeling and our will.