“Through the incarnate Son we enter into filial communion with the Father, while through the Spirit we pray to the Father or speak with Him as sons . . . [Revelation of the Trinity] has no other purpose than to draw us after grace, to draw us through the Holy Spirit into the filial relationship that the Son has with the Father” (Staniloae, D. 1994. The experience of God: Revelation and knowledge of the Triune God, p. 248).