Posts Tagged ‘Reformation’s 500th jubilee’

Priests imitate Luther – stick complaints on cathedral doors Comments 0

Monday, November 6th, 2017

Priests from the Church of England copied Martin Luther’s means of protest against the Church during the past week. They stuck a copy of their complaints to the doors of five cathedrals. The priests’ actions mimic the fable that Luther nailed his 95 theses against the Catholic Church to the door of a chapel in Read more

Reformation, Catholics and today’s unity Comments 0

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

The Reformation’s 500th jubilee is important to Catholics as well as Protestants, says Sr Joyce Ann Zimmerman. Zimmerman is a Sister of the Precious Blood, and a professor of liturgy from Dayton, Ohio. Although the Catholic Church has been involved in a number of divisions over the millennia – including the Protestant Reformation – it Read more