Catholics hold that the Gospel cannot be reduced to the mechanics of justification, or to state it differently, that justification is a richer and denser reality than Martin Luther thought. The basic meaning of the “Good News” is the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, that God became one of us that we might become participants in his life.
Bishop Barron on The Meaning of the Gospel
by Bishop Robert BarronDecember 3, 2015
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