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Next event to mark Reformation scheduled (Pittsburgh, PA)

An “Evening of Thanksgiving” is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, June 29, at St. Kilian Parish in Adams/Cranberry townships to prayerfully mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The event is part a year-long observance titled “From Conflict to Communion: Together in Hope” being led by local Catholics and Lutherans. The presider for evening Continue Reading…

Lutherans gather in Greensboro to worship, learn and vote (North Carolina Synod)

SALISBURY – More than 500 voting members and guests from congregations of the North Carolina Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America gathered for the June 2-3 assembly in Greensboro. The assembly theme was “We Are Lutheran.” The assembly included information on commemorations of this year’s 500th anniversary of the Reformation, including an ecumenical worship in Continue Reading…

Following Pope Francis, Catholics and Protestants in the U.S. mark the Reformation (Massachusetts; U.S.)

For three Christian communities in Marlborough, Mass., a day of ecumenical worship and community service has been 500 years in the making. Last week, the congregations of three churches—two Protestant and one Catholic—marked the quincentenary of the Protestant Reformation, which is traced back to when Martin Luther published a list of 95 grievances against the Continue Reading…