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With Luther Between Erfurt and Rome
An Ecumenical Pilgrimage
August 21 - October 31, 2010
August 21 - October 31, 2010
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- We’re in Rome!
- Join Us!
- Dreary to Cheery
- Wait, Wait… continued
- Why Luther Went to Rome
- Here I Walk at the Wall Street Journal
- Some Thoughts on Saints
- Mission, Ecumenism, Two Anniversaries, and Big Big Lies
- That They May Be One!
- From One Reformer to Fourteen Saints
- Don’t Say “Downpour” Till You Really Mean It
- Florence as Luther Saw It
- Invitation to a Septuagint of Prayer
- On the Way to the Joint Declaration
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