Cardinal George Pell's Contemplating Christ with Luke comprises a series of reflections on a year's Sunday readings from the Gospel of St. Luke. In his typical down-to-earth, accessible style, Cardinal Pell uses contemporary events and landmarks to enrich our appreciation of the Gospel's spiritual messages. As Cardinal Pell notes in his informative introduction, St. Luke's Gospel is especially appealing: Luke is a polished story teller, more eloquent than the other gospel writers, even if he is less dramatic than St. John at his best. We must be grateful, as St. Ambrose, the Archbishop of Milan in the second half of the fourth century pointed out, because St. Luke 'told us more about Our Lords wonderful works than the other Evangelists. Contemplating Christ with Luke is beautifully illustrated throughout with modern iconic paintings by Francisco (Kiko) Argüello, cofounder of the Neo-Catechumenal Way and each brief self-contained chapter would be an ideal springboard for planning homilies or classroom lessons. About the Author: George Pell AC is an Australian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He is the eighth and current Archbishop of Sydney, serving since 2001. Born in Ballarat he studied at St. Patrick's College Ballarat before entering the Seminary at Corpus Christi Werribee. He previously served as auxiliary bishop and archbishop of the Archdiocese of Melbourne. This is his third title with Connor Court Publishing. His previous titles include God and Caesar and Test Everything.