The Christian world, Rev. Alexander Garth said, “needs the Catholic identity, because it would be a great loss for Christendom if the Catholic color of faith lost its intensity.”
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“Through the suffering of Christ,” said Luther, “the suffering of all his saints has become utterly holy, for it has been touched with Christ’s suffering.”
BOOK REVIEW: Faith in Luther
The former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith criticizes some Catholics for being too enthusiastic about Luther whose “revolution” was “against the Holy Spirit.”
On his return trip, the Holy Father fielded questions about a range of subjects, including the role of the Pope Emeritus, the Pan-Orthodox Council, the Reformation, women deaconesses and Brexit.
Christian-themed plays delight theatergoers in Washington, ahead of new runs.
A U.S. task force commissioned by the U.S. bishops and Evangelical Lutheran Church of America has produced a new ‘touchstone’ on the way toward full reconciliation — but substantial obstacles still remain.