In the fullness of time, the Almighty Father sent His only begotten Son to reveal the Father and expand His kingdom on earth so that men might be saved from Satan and death. 

The Almighty Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are in communion

The Almighty Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one in perfect communion in the Blessed Trinity, and the Father and Son share divine love for each others.

The Almighty Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one

The Almighty Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one God, the Holy Trinity (CCC 253-256). With the Father from the beginning (Jn 1:1; CCC 291), the Son of the Father is eternally born (begotten; Acts 13:33; Heb 1:5-6, 5:5; 1 Jn 3:9, 4:2, 5:1; CCC 246) from the Almighty Father and not made (CCC 242, 465), consubstantial (of the same substance) with the Father (CCC 242, 248); the Father has given everything to the Son (Mt 11:27; Jn 3:35, 13:3, 16:15) except being the Father (CCC 246). The Son is the only Son of the Father (Jn 1:14, 18, 3:16, 18, 10:30, 1 Jn 4:9), and the Father and Son are inseparably connected (Jn 5:19-23, 14:13; 1 Jn 1;3; Mt 11:27) to one another and the Holy Spirit. 

The Almighty Father and the Son have Divine Love

The Almighty Father perfectly loves His only begotten Son (Mt 12:18, 17:5, Mk 1:11; Lk 20:13; Jn 15:10; Col 1:13; 2 Pt 1:17) and the Son perfectly loves the Almighty Father (Jn 13:31, 14:31; CCC 606).

The Almighty Father sends His Son to save man

The Almighty Father desired to draw mankind closer to Himself so that every man might find true and lasting happiness. The Father devises a plan to send His only begotten Son into the world to save mankind from Satan and his kingdom and to establish the Father’s Kingdom of Heaven on earth. 

The Almighty Father desires to draw men to Himself through the Son

The Almighty Father dwells in unapproachable light but desires to draw men to Himself and sends His only begotten Son so that men might be able to know the Father in a way beyond their natural capability (CCC 52). Through the Son, men can come to know the Almighty Father’s love (CCC 458), be able to see the model of perfection in the Son that they can imitate (CCC 459) so that every willing man can be drawn into communion with the Son and become adopted sons of God and share in the Almighty Father’s divine nature and life (CCC 460, 541).

The Almighty Father desires to destroy the kingdom of Satan and save mankind

The Almighty Father sends His Son into the world in the Incarnation to destroy the works of Satan and his demons (1 Jn 3:8; CCC 394) and redeem men so they can become adopted sons of the Father (CCC 422) and enter into the family of God (CCC 542). God the Father is the one and only God, the only source for the salvation of mankind (CCC 200-202).

The Almighty Father sends His Son to establish His Kingdom

The Almighty Father through His Providence sends His Son on a mission (Lk 4:43: Jn 6:29; Gal 4:4; 1 Jn 4:9-10; Jn 4:34; CCC 442-445) to do His will (Heb 10:7) which is for His only Son to die on the Cross for the salvation of mankind (Jn 3:16; Acts 2:22, 3:18; Rom 8:32; 1 Jn 4:9-19); no one can come to the Father except through His Son (Jn 6:44). 

The Almighty Father grants the Son exclusive Dominion with all authority and power over the world (CCC 664, 668), tells the Son what to say and do (Jn 5:36, 12:49-50, 14:31, 17:4, 8) and the Son is perfectly obedient to His Father’s will (Jn 8:29, CCC 2825), turning to the Father at the critical moments of teh Incarnation (CCC 2600).

The Almighty Father has Dominion over all Creation and rules as the King in the Kingdom of Heaven (Mt 5:34, 6:9, 18:14) and sends His Son to extend His Kingdom to the earth (CCC 541). Jesus, the Son of God, obediently proclaims that everyone on earth is called to enter into His Father’s Kingdom (CCC 543) and performs many signs which confirm the establishment of the Father’s Kingdom on earth and the absolute victory over Satan’s kingdom (CCC 547-550).

The Son of God reveals His Almighty Father

The Almighty Father sends His Son into the world to explicitly reveal that the Almighty is to forever more be known by the name “Father” and that He desires that every man might choose to become the Father’s adopted sons. Throughout the Incarnation, Jesus makes the Father known through His words and deeds so that men might come to know the Father and enter into His Kingdom. 

The Son reveals the Almighty Father

Throughout the Incarnation, Jesus the Son of the Father seeks to make the Almighty Father known through all His words and deeds. Jesus reveals to His mother and earthly father St. Joseph, that He must “be in my Father’s house” (CCC Lk 2:49; CCC 2599). Jesus has an exclusive and intimate relationship with the Almighty Father (Lk 10:22, Jn 1:18, 6:46, 10:15) which He makes known to the Apostles by the many long hours He spends in prayer with His Father (Lk 5:16, 6:12, 11:1). 

Jesus constantly reveals the Almighty Father throughout the Gospels: His exclusive relationship with the Father (Mt 11:27; Jn 6:46); in His spoken prayer (Mt 11:25; Lk 10:21; Jn 17; CCC 2600-2606); in explicitly confirming the Son is sent by the Father (Jn 5:37); in confirming the Son is dependent on the Father (Jn 5:30, 8:28-29); in revealing that the Son is commanded by the Father (Jn 12:48-50). 

The Almighty Father also makes Himself heard by men when He confirms Jesus is His beloved Son at His Baptism and the Transfiguration (CCC 554-555).

The Almighty Father is to be known by the name “Father”

Rather than the impersonal and mysterious “I AM” Who is the Creator, the Almighty Father is the Father of the Son (CCC 240); the Father sends the Son so every man might come to be able to see the Almighty Father (CCC 294); those who see the Son have witnessed the Father (Jn 14:9). The Almighty Father does not reveal Himself as “male”, for He is neither male or female, He is God and commands His children to call Him Father (CCC 239).

The Almighty Father reveals Himself as “Father” during a time of great evil

The Almighty Father reveals Himself as “Father” through His only begotten Son during a time of great evil and confusion in the world. After Satan deceived Adam in the Garden of Eden (Gen 3), over the centuries, Satan inspired many false pagan religions which deceived men and turned men away from the true God and led them to fall into sin: the Canaanite false god Moloch (meaning “king”) was worshiped and children were burned alive as sacrifices; fertility goddesses were widely worshipped and temple prostitution was practiced; many Greco-Roman male gods and goddesses were worshiped; The Roman emperor Julius was declared to be god and worshiped and his adopted son, Augustus, was called the “son of god.”

The Almighty Father corrects evil as the Father

The Almighty Father’s definitive act to be known as “Father” through His Son corrects the growing evil in the world. Rather than a false pagan “king” god that demanded the sacrifice of children, God the Father reveals His Kingdom of Heaven, loves all of His Creation and condemns the murder of children. Rather than false female fertility goddesses, the Father reveals Himself and His only begotten Son as masculine; God does not choose to be known as “Mother” and the Father does not have an “only begotten daughter.” 

Rather than multitudes of false gods and goddesses, the Almighty Father reveals Himself with the Son and the Holy Spirit as one God, the Blessed Trinity. Rather than the false claims of Julius as god and Augustus as the son of god, the Almighty Father reveals Himself and the only Son of God, Jesus Christ. 

The Almighty Father confirms the headship of men

The Almighty Father’s indisputable and definitive revelation as “Father” and the granting of His power and authority to His Son is masculine and permanently sets God’s standard for human governance as a patriarchy (meaning, “rule of the father, male headship”); this is evidenced by the exclusive rule of men across the history of the Catholic Church.  The Son of God humbles Himself and is obedient to St. Joseph, the head of the Holy Family and His earthly father. 

The Son of God establishes His Holy Catholic Church Militant (the Catholic Church on earth) based on the rule of St. Peter (CCC 553, 936) and the Apostles (Mt 10:1, Mt 28:16-20).  After Christ’s Ascension, the Apostles remain obedient to His desire for men to lead the Church by passing authority through the Holy Catholic Church (CCC 1087) to exclusively male bishops and priests (CCC 100, 552, 871-896, 937-939, 1463, 2034) and, just as Jesus is the Head of His Church (CCC 782, 792-795), men are called to be the sacrificial heads of their families (Gen 3:16, 1 Cor 11:3,  Eph 5:24, Col 3:18, 1 Pet 3:1, 1 Tim 2:11, Titus 2:4-5).