From gatherings of many hundreds of people for worship in lofty cathedrals to a home service attended by just a husband and wife, such was the diversity of Reformation commemorations throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Five centuries after the Reformation, how do the Lutheran and Catholic churches get along today? What has been achieved by working together since inter-church dialogue between the two began in Australia in the mid–1970s?
Students from Lutheran Ormeau Rivers District School (LORDS) at Pimpama on Queensland’s Gold Coast recently found a unique way to recognise the LCA’s 50.500 initiative and celebrate their own milestone…. Read more
Five hundred years after the Reformation, Catholic and Lutheran world leaders will worship together, representing a shared shifting of intent: from rift to reconciliation. The historic service will be co-led… Read more