On this retreat we want to know Jesus as Luke came to know him, to see him as Luke did. Luke was a physician who saw not only the personal ills of the people who figure in his gospel, but also the spiritual ills of the time. He saw hope come into the world in the person of Jesus.
Each meditation on Luke's gospel concludes with questions for reflection, as well as a suggested prayer and action response to help bring the reflection to life. Father Donder's book can also serve as a study guide for those who wish to delve more deeply into the gospel of Luke.
May your seven days with the gospel of Luke draw you closer to Jesus.
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Table of Contents
|Suggestions for Making a Retreat||vii|
|Morning Meditation "To guide our feet into the way of peace" (1:1-80)||3|
|Evening Meditation "Great joy for all the people" (2:1-52)||6|
|Morning Meditation "Heaven was opened" (3:1-23)||9|
|Evening Meditation "Do not put the Lord your God to the test" (4:1-13)||12|
|Morning Meditation "To proclaim the year of the Lord's favor" (4:14-30)||15|
|Evening Meditation "He spoke with authority" (4:31-5:32)||18|
|Morning Meditation "Blessed are you..." (6:12-36)||21|
|Evening Meditation "Lord, teach us to pray" (11:1-13; 18:1-14)||24|
|Morning Meditation Lost and found (15:1-32)||27|
|Evening Meditation "The better part" (7:11-15; 8:40-56; 10:38-42; 13:11-13)||30|
|Morning Meditation "The Lord appointed seventy others" (9:1-6; 10:1-24)||33|
|Evening Meditation The Way (9:51-62; 22:7-30)||36|
|Morning Meditation The passion (22:14-23:56)||39|
|Evening Meditation On the road to Emmaus (24:13-53)||42|
|Conclusion "Your kingdom come" (11:2)||45|