"She told the council that "the Holy Spirit dwells among us, it dwells and presides in the councils of the church. What a council seeks to understand by its debates and votes is not the mind of the majority of its church members. We seek to understand the mind of the Holy Spirit." "
A theological question: can an 'it' or impersonal being have a 'mind'?
(I am not giving a link to the citation, though it is easy enough to find, because the issue here, for me, is not who said this or the ecclesial context in which it was said, but simply the question whether the delicate issue of how we address or refer to the Holy Spirit is assisted by avoiding both 'he' and 'she').