Did Mary, the Mother of God, Help Write St. Luke’s Gospel?

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by Michael Voris, S.T.B.  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  January 1, 2016   

The Gospel of St. Luke brings us intimately close to the thoughts of Mary, the Mother of God

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After Our Lord had suffered His glorious passion and death on the Cross, there were still many questions that needed to be answered. One of the most inquisitive disciples was the holy Gospel writer, St. Luke.
Saint Luke elected to go straight to the eyewitness accounts of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, to find out about His life before He was crowned with thorns as the King of the Jews.

Therefore, the Gospel of St. Luke brings us intimately close to the thoughts of Mary, the Mother of God.
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