Greetings, in the Name of the Holy Trinity, all powerful and sovereign !
The incarnation is a mystery, not simply because God the Word is born of a Virgin, but because the divinity united with the humanity, concretely, but without mix / change / confusion in the union. The Church also confesses that there is only ONE incarnation of God the Word.
I have no problem to accept it and I understand it in a limited extent. But let me ask ... given that the word " incarnation " is defined as : " the act of clothing with flesh, or the state of being so clothed ; the act of taking, or being manifested in, a human body and nature, " Cannot we say that the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of the Father and the Son, becomes incarnate in the members of the Church ? Cannot we say that it is, in some way, the continuation of the incarnation of Christ ? Scriptures say that the human body is a temple for the Spirit, that if we are crucified with Christ, it is not anymore us who live, but Christ who lives in us, and that even the members of our body belong to Christ. Then, excepted the fact that Christ is born of a virgin, What is the difference between the manifestation of the divine Spirit in our human nature, and the mystery which happened in Christ ?