|OUR MISSION: The mission of the Rio Grande Valley Catholic Men’s Fellowship is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all men seeking to come to a fuller understanding of what it means to be a Catholic Christian man. We are committed to the authority of the Roman Catholic Church. Our hope is that by serving our fellow men, true God-given virtues for men will be strengthened, divorces reduced, children will be fathered to their full-potential, a spiritual renewal will be brought about at the church level and families will once again bear witness to God s plan for marriage and families.
The simplest of Celtic Knots symbolizing a triune God. The Celts were very familiar with the idea of the trinity, everything came in threes; the three stages of womanhood: maid, mother, crone, and the three elements: earth, fire, water and Christianity embraced this knot to symbolize the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost in many of the early Christian illuminated manuscripts such as the Book of Kells. The combination of the trinity knot into rings, linens, jewelry, and other bridal designs is associated with eternity and eternal love. The circle around the trinity knot signifies the infinite & eternity. It also represents protection. Circles are often drawn around Celtic knots to represent spiritual unity with the divine – a connection that cannot be broken.