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(LifeSiteNews) — On this week’s episode of The Bishop Strickland Show, Bishop Joseph Strickland reminds us that the Catholic faith is fundamentally an encounter with a person, namely the person of Jesus Christ, the incarnate Son of the Father.

“We’re very imperfect people, but the truth really does set us free, and we need to embrace it and share it,” Bishop Strickland says. “Embracing the truth is embracing Jesus Christ, a real Son of God who is with us in the sacraments, especially in the Eucharist, with us in His word, and really lived among us.”

His Excellency cautions the faithful against the temptation to change the world into our own image, instead calling us to “be willing to be changed in His image.”

“It’s a much more fulfilling, much more joy-filled destiny to be changed into the image of God,” he says.

Although human beings are created in the image and likeness of God, Bishop Strickland here means conformity to, and imitation of, Jesus Christ.

“It’s our job to let God the artist set free the wondrous work of art that all of us are called to be, if we’ll just listen to God’s truth and be guided by it,” his Excellency says.

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