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From Conflict to Communion: Lutherans and Roman Catholics After 500 Years
June 1, 2017
The year 2017 marks the first time in history Lutherans and Roman Catholics share a common commemoration of the anniversary of the Reformation. After 500 years of sharp conflict, both are journeying together toward communion.

Join us in welcoming Bishop Eero Huovinen, co-chair of the International Lutheran-Roman Catholic dialogue, has he speaks about this milestone in ecumenical progress.

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From Conflict to Communion

The American edition of the ecumenical material published by the Lutheran World Federation and the Vatican is now available for purchase.

Copies will be available at the event at a special price of $10. If you would like to order one directly from the publisher, visit Eerdmans online.

> Go to Eerdmans standard order form

About Bishop Eero Huovinen

Bishop Huovinen is Bishop Emeritus of Helsinki, Finland and the current co-chair of the International Lutheran-Roman Catholic Dialogue. For many years he was a member of the University of Helsinki Faculty of Theology, including as Professor of Dogmatics and Dean of the Faculty.