As our common enemies grow in strength and hostility, we must stand firm with Catholics on the ground that we share.
The Concordia University Chicago event will feature a panel with Cardinal Blase Cupich, left, of the Archdiocese of Chicago and Rev. Dr. Philip Ryken, right, of Wheaton College, as well as LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison.
The early Lutherans were also diligent to keep the traditional practices and ceremonies of the church, as long as these did not conflict with the Gospel of grace.
Of the 1,500 respondents, 13 percent define themselves as Christian, and 20 percent say they are atheist.
The announcement that Pope Francis has ordered the Vatican to open its archives from that era prompts hope for many.
The most significant and contested gathering of Roman Catholic bishops in the last 50 years has formally ended after three weeks of debate and dispute.
Even as Pope Francis and Catholic leaders from around the world debate ways to make the Catholic Church more inclusive, Newark Archbishop John Myers gives his priests strict guidelines on Communion.
People have all sorts of reasons to think “he’s communist or he’s not communist,” the pope says.
Streams of hopefuls traveled overnight for a chance to see Pope Francis on his last day in Cuba.
Next month a hilltop square in Rome is due to be named “Piazza Martin Lutero,” in memory of Luther’s achievements.
A Louisville, Ky., parish rejects the application of former Boy Scout leader Greg Bourke, who helped win the right of gays and lesbians to marry.
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops kicks off a gathering of some 250 of the nation’s bishops by referring to Ferguson.
Vanier is best known as the founder of L’Arche, a global network of communities where those with and without disabilities live side by side as equals.
The move sparks both criticism and praise amid a debate that the Catholic Church has become too “feminized.”
In just one generation, Latin America has seen the number of people who identify themselves as Catholic plummet, a new report shows.
The Reformation was about how God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, into the flesh in order to be the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world in order to bring us eternal life. That’s what the Reformation really is about. That’s what being Lutheran is really all about.