This year, all Christians remember the fifth centenary of the onset of the Protestant Reformation. Five-hundred years on, what lessons have we learned? Can Lutherans and Roman Catholics today tell the story of the 16th century’s religious upheavals together? What remains of these bitter divisions for Christians of all confessions? Parishioner and theologian Anne Marie Reijnen discusses these questions and explores the relevance for Anglicans of “From Conflict to Communion”, the document produced by the Lutheran-Roman Catholic Commission on Unity to mark the half-millennium of Luther’s theses.
9:45am in the Fleetwood Room at the American Cathedral in Paris.