By Tom Holmes
Lutherans and Catholics have been dialoging since Pope John XXIII opened the windows of the Vatican for some fresh air at Vatican II in the sixties, but Catholics and Evangelicals have not talked much. The conversation at the Edman Chapel at Wheaton College on March 26 at 7:00 should be interesting and hopefully a small step towards Christian unity.
FROM CHRIS CRISTALDO'S BLOG
It will be my privilege to moderate an upcoming dialogue with Francis Cardinal George, Archbishop of Chicago, and Dr. John H. Armstrong, President of ACT 3. It will be a “Conversation on Unity in Christ’s Mission,” that is, we will explore how Catholics and Protestants can understand and relate to one another with Christ-centered fidelity, in a way that acknowledges our differences while also finding appropriate ways to collaborate in cultural engagement.
The event is free and open to the public. Following the discussion, there will be time dedicated to questions. We covet your prayers, that the grace/truth balance, about which I speak so much, would be inspired by the Holy Spirit, for the benefit of Christ’s Church, to the glory of God.