St. Luke’s Gospel is probably the most human of the Gospel writers. He grabs our attention by relating things to our own experience, but then with a twist he invites us to see reality in a fresh, new way. Luke wants us to broaden our imaginations to see the new world of Jesus where the lost are found, the broken are healed, the poor are wealthy, and the stranger and the enemy are called neighbour. He begins his Gospel with a series of songs whose theme is the “tender mercy of our God” but leaves us with a radical challenge. This Gospel is perfect food for thought for the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
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