What is the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit is a divine person who is part of the Blessed Trinity, God the father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. It has been present since creation and is still present until this day. Mostly mentioned in the New Testament during Jesus message and ministry, the Holy Spirit also took the role of continuing God’s work after Jesus ascension and continues his work to this day in the church.(Holy Spirit and the Church)
Holy Spirit Influence and guidance on The church (1)
The Holy Spirit is present in the Church to inspire unity, service and worship. The presence of the spirit is often seen throughout the church and the church is open to the leadership of the spirit (Holy Spirit and the Church).
The Holy Spirit presence is seen through scared scriptures in where he is inspired, sacred tradition, the magisterium where the spirit assists, the liturgy through its words and symbols, in which the Holy Spirit puts us into communion with Christ, prayer where he intercedes for us, the gift and ministries by which the church is built up, witnesses of saints through whom he manifests his holiness and continues the work of salvation (Catechism of the Catholic Church).