Holy Trinity: Pater, Filius, Spiritus Sanctus

The Holy Trinity is God, according to the teachings of the Christian churches, with the exception of some Unitarian and restorationist movements, such as Jehovah’s Witnesses. This doctrine states that God is a single substance that exists simultaneously in three distinct persons: the Father (Déu Pare), the Son (Déu Fil) and the Holy Spirit. Although often used synonymously with the concept of the Trinity, the term “Godhead” is broader, and includes other ideas about how the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are related.