“If God is a dialogical unity [referring to the Trinity], a being in relation, the human creature made in his image and likeness reflects this constitution: thus he is called to fulfil himself in dialogue, in conversation, in encounter.” (Pope Benedict XVI, Homily for Trinity Sunday (2008).)

Luther, reformer and spiritual guide

JMartin Luther

Luther's message has a permanent value because it recalls the primacy of grace and God's unconditional love. In the Lutheran Church as in the Catholic Church, the understanding of Martin Luther has greatly evolved over the past five centuries. Today he is perceived not only as a daring reformer but also as a spiritual guide. Even if Catholics and Lutherans have learnt, especially since the Second Vatican Council, to read and interpret Luther together, the place that this historical figure occupies in each of the two Churches will never be the same for each. Read more ...