Faith Faith in Focus
Aana Marie VigenSeptember 19, 2017
Perhaps it is an odd moment for Lutheran fan mail. Yet, ever since you became the Bishop of Rome in 2013, I have become increasingly convinced that you are the pope that Luther was looking for 500 years ago. Here are four reasons why.
Jesuit Father Gregory Schenden, campus chaplain at Georgetown University and the Rev. Bryant Oskvig, Protestant chaplaincy director on the campus, speak in a joint address on Sept. 15 during the university's "1517-2017: Lutherans and Catholics: Then and Now" conference in Washington. (CNS photo/Rafael Suanes, courtesy Georgetown University)
Faith News
An event at Georgetown University commemorates the 500th year of the Protestant reformation with a discussion on the progress of Catholic-Lutheran ecumenical efforts, revealing both remaining tensions and improved relations.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceSeptember 01, 2017
A leader in ecumenical relations, Cardinal Murphy-O'Connor served as Catholic chairman of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission for two decades.
Statue of Martin Luther in Dresden
Faith Dispatches
Angelo Jesus CantaAugust 31, 2017
What were once church-dividing teachings no longer define the majority of American Protestant belief.
Faith News
The forthcoming joint message will ask people of all faiths "to adopt a respectful and responsible approach toward creation."
An issue of the Italian journal La Civiltà Cattolica (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Politics & Society Short Take
William MurphyAugust 09, 2017
Bishop William Murphy calls for more nuance in discussing "the proper kind of religious influence in the secular sphere."